We've made it to Wednesday, which means we're on the downhill slide for the week.
We're working on bringing you all the big stories this morning both on the Breakfast Show and at kfvs12.com.
Three people are dead, including two police officers, in California following a gun fight. We'll have the full story at 4:30.
Click here for the full details on the Lilbourn train derailment that crews are still working on Wednesday to clean up.
A statue is set to be unveiled in Washington D.C. honoring Rosa Parks.
Also, the Marion School District is expecting more budget cuts.
At 5:25, we have new details on a story about millions of dollars worth of gold coins stored in a man's garage being auctioned off.
Also this morning winter weather continues to be an issue for northern Missouri and other parts of the Midwest.
We'll have Heartland Health headlines coming to you around 5:50 including the high number of yearly deaths linked to misdiagnosis.
Join us a little after 6 or click here for new developments in the "Tanning Mom" saga.
Don't forget about our 12 minute, commercial free news, weather and information segment beginning at 6:48 every morning. Today we'll be talking Illinois same-sex marriage endorsement, the countdown to sequester and of course we'll have your full Heartland weather forecast.
Join us on air or online through our live stream at kfvs12.com from your computer or iPad.
Thanks for being with us and I hope you have a fantastic Wednesday!
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