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Winter weather moves into the Heartland, Ky. address hiding program, two police officers shot in St. Louis

Our weather team is closely monitoring a winter weather storm moving into the Heartland. Our weather team is closely monitoring a winter weather storm moving into the Heartland.
A new Ky. program would allow victims of stalkers and other crimes to "hide" their address from public view. A new Ky. program would allow victims of stalkers and other crimes to "hide" their address from public view.
Two St. Louis police officers were shot late Wednesday night. Two St. Louis police officers were shot late Wednesday night.

Good morning!

Our big focus this morning is the weather as our team closely watches a winter storm expected to move through the area on Thursday.

Brian Alworth will be with us throughout the Breakfast Show and at kfvs12.com/weather with live updates and up-to-the-minute forecasts for your morning commute and how the weather is expected to develop throughout the day.

We will also have the latest information on our mobile weather app and all the latest school closings will be posted at kfvs12.com and on our news app.

Of course, lots of other news happening in the Heartland and around the globe on this Thursday so here's a preview of other things we're working on bringing you:

A new program in Kentucky would offer address protection for victims of stalkers and other crimes.

Following that, we'll have the latest on the Pistorius murder saga and Heartland Sports around 4:45.

Beginning at 5, we'll have Carly O'Keefe out and about bringing you live updates on the road conditions in the area. Carly will be with us throughout the morning keeping you in tune with what things will be like for your commute today.  

Then, new information on the Breakfast Show about two police officers who were shot late last night in St. Louis.

Around 5:40, check out Heartland Health headlines including a new bracelet helping people with acid reflux.

At 6, we'll bring you the details of a former Harrisburg High School student who is suing the school over allegations of racist actions.

After that, get the latest on the efforts to name the new bridge in St. Louis after Stan Musial and developing information as we continue to follow the story of the restaurant explosion in Kansas City.

At 6:20, Heartland Fitness Week continues and Thursday's focus is how to rest before, after and during workouts. We'll have a few fitness extras for you online, so be sure to check our Heartland Health page for more information.

Join us at 6:48 for our 12 minute, commercial free block of news, weather and information. We're the only station in the Heartland bringing you this type of news coverage!

Stay tuned to kfvs12.com and our mobile weather and news apps throughout the day for the latest on the developing winter weather conditions.

Have a great day and be careful out there!

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

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