This morning on The Breakfast Show we have new details about that massive multi-car Labor Day pile-up in Stoddard County. The Missouri Highway Patrol released their initial crash report outlining how many vehicles were involved and raising the number of injured.
If you drive on Interstate 57 near the Jefferson-Franklin County line you will soon be part of a speed test. In fact new sensors are being installed that will help police see if you are speeding through this area. Look for more details throughout the morning on The Breakfast Show.
This morning we also have a couple of very interesting health stories. At 5:45 we'll be showing you some very easy ways to cut down on salt that doesn't cut down on taste. Then around 6:08 watch Stephanie Byars' report on a new app that could help you decide whether or not you need to go to the emergency room.
This morning on The Breakfast Show it seems we're covering all kinds of natural disasters. You will see stories about wildfires in Colorado, an earthquake in New Zealand and a tropical storm now hitting Texas!
Thankfully - we're not going to be seeing any tropical storm weather today. But that doesn't mean it won't feel like the tropics as humidity returns to the Heartland. Brian's working on his forecast with the details and has already updated his morning blog.
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