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Charred remains believed to be ex-cop, accused murderer. Charred remains believed to be ex-cop, accused murderer.
A barge worker has died on the Mississippi River in Ky. A barge worker has died on the Mississippi River in Ky.

Good morning!

It's a windy and slightly rainy Wednesday morning, so you may want to grab your umbrella as you head out. 

This morning on the Breakfast Show and also at kfvs12.com/weather, you can catch the full forecast for your area.

Some stories we'll be bringing you on air and online this morning include:

The latest details on the investigation into the charred remains found in a cabin by the LAPD that are believed to the those of the ex-cop accused of several murders.

Following that, we'll bring you the story of a drowning that took place on the Mississippi River in Kentucky.  

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. At 4:40 find out what local leaders are doing to raise awareness. 

Starting at 5, Carly O' Keefe will be live from the Southern Ill. newsroom talking about the rise in jobless rates for veterans and why the numbers are growing.

The Kentucky Senate has approved the lifting of a ban on election day alcohol sales. Get the full story at 5:30.

We'll have Heartland Health headlines at 5:45 including diets linked to blood type. 

At 6 we'll have a full recap and reactions to President Obama's State of the Union address.

Join us at 6:15 as Lauren Keith tests the Wax Vac! You don't want to miss out on this one.

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