Good Monday morning!
We're ready to kick off another week here at Heartland News and we've got all the big local and national headlines on the Breakfast Show and at kfvs12.com to get your day started right.
A story we've been following closely is the impact the closing of Tamms Prison will have on the surrounding area. We'll have more details at 4:30.
We'll also be recapping the Civil War reenactment held in Sikeston over the weekend.
Starting at 5, we'll have Tyler Profilet live with information about Severe Weather Preparedness Week, which will kick off on Monday.
Changes could be coming to Missouri's employment laws.
Also, a man died in the San Francisco Bay during a triathlon on Sunday. We'll have the full story.
Then around 5:25, we'll have the latest on the sinkhole in Florida that took a man's life.
Join us at 5:45 for Heartland Health headlines including research that shows new details on ADHD.
Catch our 12 minute, commercial free block of news, weather and information starting at 5:45 every morning. Monday we'll have the latest on a crash in Kentucky that killed 6 family members, the continued investigation into multiple burglaries in Kennett and we'll keep you updated on what to expect from the weather in the Heartland this week.
Over on kfvs12.com we've got the latest on a fake letter appearing to come from the Mo. Secretary of State's Office, elderly abuse at a southern Illinois nursing home and a new women's health clinic opening Monday in Fort Campbell.
We'll be live on air and streaming online at kfvs12.com throughout the Breakfast Show so you can join us from wherever you are.
I hope you have a super Monday!
Digital Content Producer