Today is Friday, July 9
This morning on The Breakfast Show we have a busy show lined-up. We have new details about a fugitive hunt near the town of Hunter. That's in Carter County.
This morning Jim will also be talking about a big international story - the swap of 10 Russian spies for 4 American spies. It's the largest spy sway between the two countries since the cold war.
In case you missed it last night on Heartland News at 10 - be sure to check out our story about the casino proposals for Cape Girardeau.
Be sure to watch around 6 this morning - we have a story out of Howardville in New Madrid County where the council impeached their mayor last night - or did they? It all depends who you talk to.
This morning we also have a story you have to watch to appreciate. Around 6:30 Kathy Sweeney is taking us inside the dome at SEMO's Academic Hall. It really is an amazing sight inside the iconic landmark - one that you may never get to see in person.
New on our Breakfast Show buffet this morning - we have something for everyone. At 6:45 photojournalist Josh Russell is taking us into the woods to go squirrel hunting. See why this sport is considered to be much more than just a normal hunt.
Thanks for getting up early this morning to Join Jim and Laura for The Breakfast Show.
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