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Ill. anti-fracking rally, car drives into a Dunkin' Donuts, Judd in for senate race

A rally against fracking is scheduled for Tuesday in Illinois. A rally against fracking is scheduled for Tuesday in Illinois.
A Mo. bill would change how union dues are collected. A Mo. bill would change how union dues are collected.
Ashley Judd is reportedly in for a senate race in Kentucky. Ashley Judd is reportedly in for a senate race in Kentucky.
A car found its way into the middle of a Dunkin' Donuts on Monday. A car found its way into the middle of a Dunkin' Donuts on Monday.

Good morning to you!

It was very chilly as I drove into work this morning, but it looks like the temperatures will be on their way up later this week. Catch your weather forecast on the Breakfast Show and also at kfvs12.com/weather.

A big story this morning is the rally against fracking being held at the Illinois Statehouse on Tuesday. Click here or join us on the Breakfast Show for more details.

Some news outlets are reporting that Ashley Judd is now officially in for a Kentucky Senate race. We'll have the story for you at 4:35.

Also, the ban against soda in New York City is now off the table.

Starting at 5, we'll have Tyler Profilet live on a farm near Sikeston talking about the weather forecast and how it could impact farming this season.

Join us at 5:29 for the story of how a car ended up in the middle of a Dunkin' Donuts on Monday.

We'll have Heartland Health headlines for you at 5:48, and again at 6:40, including how sleep problems can be a sign of Alzheimer's.

Join us starting at 6 for the latest on the Vatican conclave, new details on the deadliest day for soldiers in Afghanistan and President Obama's latest efforts to end the gridlock in Washington.

You can get 12 minutes of commercial free news, weather and information starting at 6:45. We're the only station in the Heartland bringing you this type of coverage!

Head to kfvs12.com for stories on Kentucky's Poetry Out Loud competition, a bill that would change how union dues are collected in Missouri and the Long Beach obituary that has gone viral. 

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