Today is Thursday, July 15
This morning on The Breakfast Show we have an update on a late breaking story from 10 last night. As we reported Cape Girardeau police found a car slammed into the side of a home in town - but no driver. A lot's changed in a few hours - watch for the update.
Also new this morning - an amazing survival story people will be talking about today. Almost 7 years ago an infant was abducted from step-parents in a California town. This morning this now almost 7-year-old girl has been found alive! See much more on this story throughout the morning on The Breakfast Show.
On the show this morning Jim, Lauren and Brian will also be discussing the weather. The hot weather. The miserable, steamy, oppressive and dangerously hot weather. Can you tell I'm not a fan? Check out Brian's morning blog for some really interesting humidity factoids - if you're a weather geek like me (and even if you hate the heat) you'll really like this extra info!
Overnight there have been some new developments with the oil spill in the gulf. BP says they found a small leak in the new cap - but now are working to fix that new leak - which in turn could bring an end to crude oil spilling into open water. Check out our live news feed - which most of the day you can watch the live feed from the bottom of the gulf.
Do you like fairs? Have you ever been to the Kentucky State Fair? If you go this year there are some major changes happening. This morning around 5:30 we'll be showing you what you won't see this year at the fair.
Then, at 6:15 this morning, Jim will update us on the hearings involving the drug avandia. He'll be telling us what a panel of experts is recommending to the government about the controversial drug.
Animal lovers - shortly after 6:30 this morning check out a wonderful story about a man and his dog. It sounds simple - but it really is a story that's leave you smiling this morning.
Thanks for getting up early with us today - we really appreciate you taking the time to check out The Breakfast Show.
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