Good Friday morning to you!
Lots of great stories and late breaking news coming your way this morning on the Breakfast Show and at kfvs12.com.
Late breaking news of a deadly shooting on S Pacific Street in Cape Girardeau, Mo. this morning. At 4:30 we'll give you the full story. Also, look for live reports throughout the morning from the scene.
Following that, we'll bring you new details on Illinois gun legislation and a bill in Kentucky that would require women to see ultrasound pictures from a doctor before getting an abortion.
Then at 5, join us for the latest on the rollover school bus crash in Kansas City, Mo.
We'll bring you the top health headlines at 5:30 including what stress on the job can mean for your health. Also, the number of mothers who breastfeed is on the rise.
At 6:05 we'll have the full story on a man police had to chase down on foot following a traffic stop in McCracken County, Ky.
Also this morning, the search continues for an O'Fallon, Mo. man accused of murder who may now be in the Heartland.
New reports show that Americans are growing tired of Facebook. Find out why and what this could mean for the social media giant at 6:20.
Of course we'll bring you our new, commercial free, 12-minute block of news, weather and information beginning at 6:48. You can't get news like that any where else in the Heartland!
It's a very windy morning so watch out as you head out the door. Brian will be in with us throughout the morning to tell us about some rain that could be in our near future, so you may also want to take an umbrella.
You can also get the latest Heartland weather information at kfvs12.com/weather.
Join us online for our live stream of the Breakfast Show at kfvs12.com.
We keep our web site updated throughout the day with local and national stories so be sure to check it often to stay up-to-date.
I hope your Friday goes by quickly and that you have a super weekend!
Digital Content Producer