It's Thursday and that means the weekend is right around the corner! Just a couple more days and we're home free.
We have a lot of great stories in the works for you on the Breakfast Show this morning.
Join us at 4:30 for the latest details on the Wednesday night crash on the Mississippi River Bridge in Pemiscot County that seriously injured one person and shut down the bridge for a couple of hours.
In other local news, police are currently investigating an armed robbery at a gas station in Mount Vernon, Ill.
At 5:15 we'll tell you about the latest developments on the Mo. bill that would require first grade students to take a gun safety course. We'll also talk to some superintendents of the schools the bill would impact.
A major national story we continue to follow this morning is the hostage situation in Alabama involving a 5-year-old boy. Find out what police are doing to win the boy's safe release.
Other national headlines we'll bring you at 5:30 include today's Chuck Hagel hearings, Gabrielle Giffords' testimony on gun control and the public hearing held in Newtown, Conn. on Wednesday evening.
Then at 5:45 we'll have your latest health news including new dangers of childhood obesity and why being single could be bad for your health.
Inmates in Washington state are being credited with saving a little boy from a river. At 6:05, you can catch the full story.
Also today, a coroner's jury in Jackson County, Ill. will be investigating the mysterious death of a Carbondale woman. We'll bring you the latest from the Jackson County courthouse throughout the morning.
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