Today is Friday, November 18
Get ready to be happy - today is shaping up to be a nice, cool fall day in the Heartland. Sure, we don't all like the chill in the air, but the thought of today's sun might get you smiling this morning. Watch what Brian's forecasting this morning on The Breakfast Show.
This morning Lauren wraps up her Toy Testers with some pretty cool toys for kindergarten children. And wait till you see what ends up being the hands-down overall winner for best toy - it's something each and every one of you can afford this year!
This morning we're updating quite a few stories you have heard about lately:
- - Clay Waller: find out about a hearing he should be at today regarding the disappearance of his wife, Jacque Waller.
- - Mizzou football coach arrested: this morning hear the full details of the penalties university leaders are handing down to him after a DWI arrest.
- - Penn State: this morning we have more details about more allegations coming out against former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky involving the sexual abuse of underage boys.
- - Occupy Wall St: the protestors are taking their recent eviction from Zucotti Park in New York City sitting down, and that's also getting them arrested.
This morning Jim and Lauren will also be talking about the new Twilight movie around 5:20. Love it or hate it - there's probably no way you'll avoid hearing people talk about it today and over the weekend as the latest movie premieres in local theaters.
We also have two stories you really need to watch. First - a dramatic ending to a police chase in Indiana is caught on tape. Watch at 6 a.m. and you'll see the suspect crash and then attack officers with a knife. But as we'll show you, that's not the end of this chase.
And if you are up a little earlier - turn on The Breakfast Show around 5:45 to see a story we're calling, "It's Never Too Late for Love." The happy couple in this love story have a combined age of over 175 years! And they just tied the knot. Watch this to get your morning started on a happy note.
I hope you have a great Friday and an even better weekend!
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