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Louisville NCAA champs, Ill. municipal elections, Jesse Jackson Jr. replacement vote

Louisville Cardinals are NCAA champs. Louisville Cardinals are NCAA champs.
Ill. voters will head to the polls for municipal elections Tuesday. Ill. voters will head to the polls for municipal elections Tuesday.
Ill. is issuing millions of dollars to combat West Nile. Ill. is issuing millions of dollars to combat West Nile.
A Louisville rally hopes to help end child abuse. A Louisville rally hopes to help end child abuse.

Hello to you and happy Tuesday!

It was a muggy morning as I drove into work. Could this mean rain is on the way? Brian Alworth will have your full forecast throughout the Breakfast Show.

You can also stay updated on the weather at kfvs12.com/weather.

The state of Illinois is issuing over $3 million to fight West Nile virus.

In Missouri news, a veterans' center in Poplar Bluff is sending out a warning to its patients. Find out the full details starting at 4:35.

The Louisville Cardinals are NCAA champions after they defeated Michigan Monday night.

Also, Illinois voters will head to the polls Tuesday for municipal elections. Tyler Profilet will be live throughout the Breakfast Show starting at 5 with details on the races. 

Around 5:35, you can get the latest on President Obama's gun control proposals.

Tune in at 5:45 as I tell you about what's trending online Tuesday morning.

Rich Products estimates that about 3 million pounds of frozen food recalled because of E. Coli may still be in the marketplace. Learn more at 6:05 or click here.

Starting at 6:45 we'll bring you 12 minutes of commercial-free news. Tuesday's topics include the vote in Chicago to replace Jesse Jackson, Jr., earthquake exercises in Illinois, your full forecast to plan for Tuesday and so much more.

Head to kfvs12.com for details on a rally in Louisville to end child abuse. Also, learn about an investigation into a helicopter crash that may have happened because the pilot was texting and a man has admitted to a 2011 killing.

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