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Take a look at what's on The Breakfast Show today

A 9-year-old designated driver!? See the update at 6 a.m. A 9-year-old designated driver!? See the update at 6 a.m.
Is this a permanent birth control for women? Check it out at 5:50 a.m. Is this a permanent birth control for women? Check it out at 5:50 a.m.
Does it Work? Lauren tests the Scrubbing Bubbles One Step at 6:15 this morning. Does it Work? Lauren tests the Scrubbing Bubbles One Step at 6:15 this morning.

Good Morning!
Today is Wednesday, November 2nd

There is good news to start your day coming out of the StormTeam Center! Brian's telling me we're in for yet another remarkably nice day, but cautions me to enjoy it while I can. Watch Brian starting at 4:30 this morning for his complete forecast.

This morning we're also working on quite a few developing stories that have come into the newsroom overnight.

First, Carbondale city leaders have released their own report on the investigation into the police chief's gun being used in a homicide.

This morning we're also gathering new information about a motorcycle crash in Cape Girardeau County that has seriously injured a local man.

And there is a disturbing story coming out of the Bootheel this morning where a 78-year-old man was beaten and robbed. We'll tell you whose now behind bars accused of the crime.

Another story we're looking into this morning involves the Cape Girardeau School District. We've confirmed the middle school principal has been put on administrative leave. Watch for more information throughout the day on this developing story.

Get this - an Illinois Congressman has come out and compared the NCAA to the mafia! He's ranking it right up there with the actions of Al Capone. We're looking for your comments on this on Facebook this morning.

This morning at 5:50 we'll be showing you a new alternative for women wanting permanent birth control. Have you heard about Essure? Tune in and learn more about it.

Then at 6 a.m. - we have an update to a story that made all of here in the newsroom shake our heads. A couple of weeks ago a dad was arrested after letting his 9-year-old daughter be his designated driver because he was too drunk to drive! Yeah - that really happened. Now he's being reunited with her, we'll tell you why.

And the biggie a lot of you have asked us about is at 6:15 this morning! Lauren is testing the Scrubbing Bubbles One Step toilet bowl cleaner. See if this gadget can help you never scrub another toilet again, or should you just flush that idea right down the drain.

And speaking of possible deals - remember you can always got to heartlandshalfoff.com any time of the day and check out the great deals!

I hope you have a great Wednesday and hope you can tune in and join Jim, Lauren, Brian and Stephanie this morning for The Breakfast Show.

Duncan Phenix
Executive Producer
Heartland News

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