We've got some great stories to bring you this morning on the Breakfast Show.
Starting at 4:30, we'll have late breaking news out of Cape Girardeau, Mo. where one person is known to be injured following a violent incident early this morning.
Following that, we'll recap the Ill. State of the State address for you.
What Heartland state is the 5th highest in foreclosures? We'll tell you at 4:30.
Starting at 5, we'll have Carly O'Keefe on location from the Prison Guard Union Headquarters in Marion, Ill. talking about violence behind bars following the Menard Prison lock down earlier this week.
Also at 5, get the full details on the robbery of Cape Regional Credit Union on Wednesday.
A story getting some big attention this morning is the federal lawsuit involving calls and emails taken on your smart phone after work and how this could mean money in the pockets of some.
We'll bring you the heartwarming story of a couple married for 80 years, the oldest on record, at 5:50.
Police are looking for a man accused of shooting a woman in O'Fallon, Mo. Tune in at 6 for the latest details.
Then at 6:48 you can catch our new 12-minute, commercial free block of news, weather and information. KFVS12 is the only news station in the Heartland to bring you this much solid news coverage!
Could there be rain in our future? Brian will be with us throughout the morning with updates on your Heartland forecast.
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A very happy Thursday to you!