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Heat is being blamed for this buckled road in Cape Girardeau
Heat is being blamed for this buckled road in Cape Girardeau
This Anna, IL man now holds the world record for lowest note ever sung by a human
This Anna, IL man now holds the world record for lowest note ever sung by a human

Good Morning
Today is Monday, June 21

This morning the Heartland needs your help. Take time to check on your neighbors today because it could be one of the hottest days of the year as our heat wave continues. Brian says we could be nearing the century mark on thermometers this afternoon.

The heat is even being blamed for at least one big buckle in a Cape Girardeau road - so also be watching out for this as you drive today.

This morning on The Breakfast Show Jim and Lauren also have some sad news about a deadly plane crash in White County.

In Cape Girardeau it's also a sad day for some local workers as they are now out of work from a local business that's been going strong for more than 70 years. But there is good news this morning for some firefighters in West Frankfort as they get their jobs back after being laid-off.

Also this morning Lauren introduces us to a man who now holds the Guinness world record for the lowest note ever sung by a human! If you missed the story check it out on-line or on Heartland News at Noon today.

Thanks for checking in with us this morning and do your best to stay cool today!

Duncan Phenix
Executive Producer
Heartland News

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