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Statewide tornado drill, military denies hunger strike at Guantanamo, concealed carry lawsuit

Missouri will hold a statewide tornado drill on Tuesday. Missouri will hold a statewide tornado drill on Tuesday.
The U.S. Military is denying a rumored hunger strike at Guantanamo Bay Prison. The U.S. Military is denying a rumored hunger strike at Guantanamo Bay Prison.
A lawsuit out of Stoddard County is calling into question parts of the concealed carry process. A lawsuit out of Stoddard County is calling into question parts of the concealed carry process.
Some former DEA officials are calling for laws legalizing marijuana use to be overturned. Some former DEA officials are calling for laws legalizing marijuana use to be overturned.

Good morning!

We made it through Monday, so that means we're that much closer to the weekend!

It's not too cold this morning, but it is a bit damp. We'll have your full forecast for the Heartland throughout the Breakfast Show and at kfvs12.com/weather.

We're hard at work here in the KFVS newsroom bringing you the latest headlines both on air and at kfvs12.com.

On the Breakfast Show at 4:30, we'll have details on the statewide tornado drill taking place in Missouri on Tuesday.

Starting at 5, we'll have Tyler Profilet live from Cape Girardeau City Hall bringing you updates on Monday night's council meeting. Tyler will be with us throughout the morning with new details.

Police are still searching for those responsible for breaking into more than 30 cars on Sunday in Murphysboro.

Also, the U.S. Military is denying reports that there is a hunger strike at Guantanamo Bay Prison. Look for more details around 5:20.

We'll bring you Heartland Health headlines around 5:53, including how motherhood is linked to Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.

Join us during the 6 o'clock hour of the Breakfast Show for information on Gov. Jay Nixon's plans to expand Medicaid in Missouri, the new Emergency Management Agency phone app for Daviess County and the lawsuit out of Stoddard County that questions the concealed carry process.

We also have a full 12 minute, commercial free block of news, weather and information starting for you at 6:45 every morning.

Head to kfvs12.com for details on how some former DEA chiefs say laws legalizing marijuana should be overturned. Also, National Geographic has honored a well-known Kentucky trail and a Chicago investment advisor has been sentenced to prison for allegedly defrauding clients.

Don't forget to send your pictures and videos into cNews at kfvs12.com when you see news or weather happening in your area!

I hope you have a safe and happy Tuesday.

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

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