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Oscar winners, more winter weather in the Midwest, freeze your pet

The Oscars took center stage Sunday night. The Oscars took center stage Sunday night.
There is a potential for more winter weather early this week in the Midwest. There is a potential for more winter weather early this week in the Midwest.
There could be big changes coming to the Missouri Medicaid system. There could be big changes coming to the Missouri Medicaid system.

Good Monday morning to you!

It's back to work this morning and we've got all the local and national headlines on the Breakfast Show to get your day and week started off right.

Ready or not, more winter weather could be headed for the Midwest. We'll have the latest forecasts on air and at kfvs12.com/weather so stay with us to see if your area could be impacted.

Join us at 4:30 for the latest details on the death of a Bernie man and the arrests made in connection to that death.

Of course the big story this morning from the entertainment world is Sunday night's Oscar Awards. Join us at 4:40 for a full recap.

Starting at 5, we'll have Tyler Profilet live from the Osage Center in Cape Girardeau bringing us updates on the possible expansion of Medicaid in Missouri. Tyler will be checking in throughout the morning with more information.

Following that, find out why First Lady Michelle Obama is scheduled to be in Springfield, Mo. later this week.

Would you be lost if your pet died? At 5:20 we'll tell you about a service in Missouri that can help you keep your furry friends forever by freezing them.

In Heartland Health headlines, we'll be telling you about steps to prevent smoking-related cancer deaths and how lasers are being used to ease pain.

The spending cuts looming in Washington could shut down one hundred air traffic control towers in Illinois. Find out more at 6:05.

A nurse in Flint, Michigan has settled a racial discrimination lawsuit and is sharing her story with the hope that what happened to her won't happen again.

Catch our 12 minute, commercial free block of news, weather and information starting at 6:48 every morning on the Breakfast Show. Today we'll have updates on the potential for more winter weather, earthquakes in the Heartland and the winners of the 'Razzies' from last night's Oscars.

All KFVS newscasts stream live at kfvs12.com, including the Breakfast Show, so you can join us from your computer or iPad when you're out of the area or just looking for a change of pace.

Thank you for watching Heartland News, I hope you have a super Monday!

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

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