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MIT officer shooting, students get laptops to replace books, Honda recall

1 suspect is dead, 1 is still at large in the shooting of an MIT officer. 1 suspect is dead, 1 is still at large in the shooting of an MIT officer.
Poplar Bluff students are set to get laptops to replace books. Poplar Bluff students are set to get laptops to replace books.
Honda has recalled thousands of minivans and SUVs. Honda has recalled thousands of minivans and SUVs.

Hello to you and good morning.

We're following breaking news out of Boston early Friday as police search for 1 of 2 suspects in an MIT officer shooting. The other is reported dead. Police are saying the suspects are tied to the Boston Marathon bombings.

We will have full coverage of the latest developments on air or you can click here.

At 4:30 we'll have the newest details on breaking news from Thursday night of a crash on Interstate 55 that involved three tractor trailers.

It's been a sad week with multiple tragic events, but it has also been a horrific week historically. We'll have a special report on this at 5:35.

We'll also have a recap of Thursday night's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductions.

Starting at 6, we'll have the latest in the Texas fertilizer plant explosion.

Poplar Bluff schools are set to replace their books with laptops. Learn more at 6:06.

Get details on a Honda minivan and SUV recall around 6:20.

We'll bring you 12 minutes of commercial-free news starting at 6:45. Friday's topics include the discovery of a purse belonging to a missing Tennessee nursing student, the law enforcement football game at Houck Stadium and the latest forecast to plan your Friday.

Head to kfvs12.com for details on a Chicago pharmacist charged with giving out fake drugs. Also, Kentucky has received its annual tobacco settlement payment and a truck driver is acquitted in the death of a road worker.

Click here to join our live stream of the Breakfast Show from 4:30 to 7 a.m.

Have a great morning!

Jen Baird
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KFVS12-Heartland News
jenniferbaird@kfvs12.com

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