Welcome to Tuesday!
It was a little cooler and breezy early this morning as I drove into work. What does the weather have in mind for the rest of today? Find out this morning on the Breakfast Show.
You can stay in tune with the weather 24/7 at kfvs12.com/weather.
Kentucky's former Agriculture Commissioner is in legal trouble. Find out more at 4:30.
Following that, learn more about an Illinois proposal that would change the voting age to 17 for primary elections.
With child abuse rates on the rise, advocates against abuse took to the streets of Carbondale for a march. Get the full story at 4:45.
Then at 5, we'll have Tyler Profilet live with details on area river stages and how flooding continues to be a problem for many people in the Heartland.
At 5:30, get a special report on how to prepare for natural disasters.
Catch Heartland Health headlines at 5:46 including how some women are more at risk for eye diseases than men.
At 6, we'll have continuing coverage of the flooding throughout the Heartland and what it means for area residents.
We'll also bring you the latest details on the Boston Marathon bombing suspect.
In Ohio, a woman survived a trash truck crashing into her home. Hear her story at 6:22.
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Have a nice morning!