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State of the Union address, Ky. bridge to be either fixed or replaced, Fat Tuesday celebrations

Business fire in downtown Carterville on Monday. (Source: KFVS multimedia journalist Arnold Wyrick) Business fire in downtown Carterville on Monday. (Source: KFVS multimedia journalist Arnold Wyrick)
Mo. business man finds several hundred dollars in an envelope on the street. Mo. business man finds several hundred dollars in an envelope on the street.
President Obama will deliver his State of the Union address Tuesday evening. President Obama will deliver his State of the Union address Tuesday evening.

Good morning!

It's pretty chilly out, but according to our kfvs12.com/weather page, it looks like it's supposed to warm up a little today, so that's good news.

There's lots of news happening both at home and around the world today, so let's get to it!

Starting at 4:30 we've got the latest details live with Tyler Profilet on the scene of a fire that took place in downtown Carterville on Monday.

Following that, a former Sikeston teacher has pled guilty to charges of sexual misconduct. 

The Ky. Transportation Cabinet is looking to either repair or replace an old, and by some standards dangerous, bridge in the state. Find out which one at 5. 

At 5:30, we'll bring you the story of a Missouri business owner who found an envelope full of money on the street and what he did with the cash. 

Join us at 5:40 for Heartland Health headlines including new links between alcoholism and depression. 

After that, don't miss the new gadget you can wear coming soon from Apple.

At 6, we'll discuss details on President Obama's State of the Union Address. You can watch the speech right here on KFVS tonight at 8.  

After that, we'll be talking Fat Tuesday and some interesting Mardi Gras traditions. You don't want to miss this! 

At 6:48, catch our 12-minute, commercial free block of news, weather and information. We'll have details on a new Facebook lawsuit, our KFVS Valentine's Day contest and, of course, the latest on what the weather will bring us today and what to expect through the week. 

Our free KFVS12 smart phone app is always stocked with the latest info and you can also get the best in local and national news at kfvs12.com all day, everyday. It's the best way to stay updated while on a busy schedule.

I hope you have a wonderful Fat Tuesday!

Jen Baird
Digital Content Producer
KFVS12-Heartland News
jenniferbaird@kfvs12.com

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