Today is Tuesday, November 22
We have had a very wet night around the Heartland. Most of you probably had a heavy rain early this morning, but the good news is it looks to be letting up for the morning. At least a little. Tune in this morning to see what Brian is forecasting for your Tuesday morning.
We are covering some late breaking news in Cape Girardeau this morning. An office complex on the north end of Cape caught fire and ended up having extensive damage throughout. Tyler Profilet will be live at the scene all morning with the latest on the investigation.
And I know we're all busy as thanksgiving gets closer - so here's a quick look at what else you will see this morning on The Breakfast Show:
- 5:30 - Did you know Illinois recently bought a $13 million building, and it's sitting empty!?
- 5:40 - It had to happen sooner or later. A local hunter harvested one of the Heartland's albino deer we've seen lately. We'll tell you where and who got it.
- 5:50 - Code Ice! Do you know what this is? Did you know it could save your life in a heart emergency? We'll tell you why some hospitals are brining back the practice that started in the 1950's.
- 6:15 - Is it a Black Friday or a depressing Thursday? Thousands of Target employees are protesting the store's plans to open at midnight on Thursday saying they will have to give up time with family.
- 6:30 - Don't spray me man! Have you seen the video of an officer casually pepper spraying college protestors in California? This morning we have new details about the reaction to this incident and we'll tell you what's now happening to the officer involved.
- 6:40 - Don't get WiFi hacked! We'll show you how easy it is to have your laptop's WiFi hacked into and how easy it is to protect yourself.
And of course in between all of this are new stories and overnight details from events around the Heartland and world. Including a story of a man lucky to be alive after he crashed his car and it caught on fire (see picture on side).
Brew up a big cup of coffee and turn on The Breakfast Show as you get ready this morning.
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