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Student charged in college stabbings, Ill. election results, shift in Tornado Alley

A student has been charged in Tuesday's college stabbings. A student has been charged in Tuesday's college stabbings.
Get full coverage of Ill. elections held Tuesday. Get full coverage of Ill. elections held Tuesday.
Tornado Alley could now encompass new parts of the Heartland. Tornado Alley could now encompass new parts of the Heartland.

Hello there!

It was a very blustery and humid drive to work early this morning. Brian Alworth says this means severe weather could be headed our way this evening.

Catch the full forecast throughout the Breakfast Show to help you prepare for the possible storms ahead.

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A top headline Wednesday morning is the continuing story of the stabbings at a Texas college on Tuesday. At 4:30, we'll have the latest.

Worried about the security of using modern technology? At 4:45 we'll have a special report on how to keep your passwords safe from hackers.

Starting at 5, we'll have Tyler Profilet live from Oak Ridge with details on the shifting of Tornado Alley and what that means for certain areas in the Heartland.

A parent in Texas got a big surprise when they picked up a backpack at a bus stop. Find out what was inside at 5:25.

Catch Heartland Health headlines at 5:45 including new studies on the link between estrogen and breast cancer.

Tune in at 5:54 as I tell you about what's trending online Wednesday morning.

Starting at 6, we'll have full details on the Illinois elections that took place on Tuesday. 

At 6:30, catch the amazing story of how a family rescued a father from a tractor accident.

We'll bring you 12 minutes of commercial-free news starting at 6:45. Wednesday's topics include the latest on the identity of a body found near the Wabash River in Illinois, a bill advanced in Missouri that would change indoor tanning regulations and much more.

Head to kfvs12.com for details on the Louisville basketball teams being asked to play a special role in a popular Kentucky parade. Also, An Illinois town cemetery was damaged by vandals and volunteers are wanted to clean up Lincoln's birthplace.

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Hope you have a wonderful morning!

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

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