It's a bit chilly after the rain that moved through much of the area last night and we had some portions of the Heartland receive damage due to the storms.
At 4:30, we'll tell you about the damage in Arkansas and what they're now doing to clean up.
Following that, we'll tell you about a new carp tournament in Ky. aimed at lowering the population of certain fish.
Starting at 5, we'll be live in Perryville where Tyler Profilet will be giving us details throughout the morning on plans for a new animal shelter there.
Join us around 5:10 for details on a new tax scam that could impact Missouri.
Don't forget about Fitness Week here on Heartland News! Tuesday, we'll be focusing on the most important muscles to work during a workout. Check out our story online and join us around 5:20 and 6:20 during the Breakfast Show for full details and a few extras to help you get healthy and stay that way.
Heartland Health headlines will be coming to you around 5:40, including how acupuncture may help with your seasonal allergies.
At 6:15 you can catch a special report from Lauren Keith on which produce is better: fresh or frozen. The answer may surprise you, so you don't want to miss out on this!
Should Bible classes be taught in public schools as part of the curriculum? We'll give you the story around 6:25 of how the Arkansas Board of Education may soon be required to offer these classes.
Then at 6:48, you can get a full 12 minute, commercial free block of news, weather and information, including your full Heartland forecast, which gender hip replacements are more likely to fail in and the latest in the Pistorius hearing.
Stay tuned in with Heartland News throughout the day at kfvs12.com and through our free mobile apps!
I hope you have a wonderful Tuesday!