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Check out what's on The Breakfast Show this morning

At 4 a.m. the Stormteam radar showed just how much rain is over the Heartland. At 4 a.m. the Stormteam radar showed just how much rain is over the Heartland.
Fire tears through the Kennett Country Club overnight. (Photo: Terri Damron) Fire tears through the Kennett Country Club overnight. (Photo: Terri Damron)
The Jewelry Boutique is just one of the seven toys in this morning's Toy Testers! Watch it at 6:15 a.m. The Jewelry Boutique is just one of the seven toys in this morning's Toy Testers! Watch it at 6:15 a.m.

Good Morning
Today is Tuesday, November 15

Let it rain - let it rain! Overnight most of us received a good soaking from Mother Nature as a strong band of rain moved across the Heartland. But now the question is will it stick around for the day? That's what Brian will be answering on The Breakfast Show starting at 4:30 this morning.

We are also working to gather new information on two overnight fires. Late last night the Kennett Country Club caught fire and appears to have been destroyed. Also late last night, a house on South Benton in Cape Girardeau caught fire. Watch this morning for live reports on both these fires.

By now you've probably heard of the Occupy Wall Street protests - well overnight police in New York City took action against the protestors in Zucotti Park. It appears their welcome has come to an end. We'll bring you the latest from the park and check in live to see what's happening on the ground.

Now - here's something that both men and women can use today ... New research shows it's not only women who go through menopause, men can also go through manopause! What is it - how do you know if you or your husband has it? Watch this morning at 5:45 to find out. Depending on what CBS News is broadcasting there might be a live video feed at this link.

On The Breakfast Show this morning you will also hear from the man at the center of the Penn State child abuse scandal. Jerry Sandusky tells his side of the story. We'll play that for you around 6 this morning.

And then this morning Lauren has a local class of kids test out 7 toys for children age 8 and up. From board games to remote controlled cars and jewelry making, she'll show you what the kids say belong under your Christmas tree! See her test at 6:15 a.m.

I hope you can join us this morning for The Breakfast Show - and if you like the rain today's your day - go outside and enjoy! If not - stay indoors and stay dry.

Duncan Phenix
Executive Producer
Heartland News

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