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Time limited for Ill. conceal carry, 2 airplanes collide, new position in Ky. Ed. Dept.

Ill. lawmakers have until June to put a conceal carry law into place. Ill. lawmakers have until June to put a conceal carry law into place.
A new position has been created in the Ky. Education Department. A new position has been created in the Ky. Education Department.
Wet fields in Ill. have brought corn planting to a standstill. Wet fields in Ill. have brought corn planting to a standstill.
New details are being uncovered in the Boston Marathon bombings investigation. New details are being uncovered in the Boston Marathon bombings investigation.

Happy Tuesday!

It was a very warm morning as I made my way into work. Will the nice temperatures stick around today? Tune in throughout the Breakfast Show for your full forecast or check out kfvs12.com/weather.

We continue to follow the story of the man in jail Tuesday morning on murder charges in Sikeston. Click here or tune in at 4:30.

Following that, learn more about the limited time Illinois lawmakers have to pass a conceal carry bill.

Starting at 5, get the latest details in the Boston Marathon bombings investigation.

Two airplanes collided over the Southern California mountains on Monday, killing one person. We'll have a full report at 5:22.

Catch Heartland Health headlines at 5:50 including an unorthodox treatment being used for depression.

At 6, we'll have the story of a teenage boy who fell off a cliff on Monday in Johnson County.

The search continues for the person who murdered an 8-year-old girl in California over the weekend. We'll have the latest for you at 6:05.

In Arizona it's now illegal for guns collected at buyback programs to be destroyed. Find out how they have to legally be handled now at 6:15.

Tune in at 6:45 for 12 minutes of commercial-free news. Tuesday's topics include new information on a student arrested for a bomb threat in Kentucky, the latest in the Michael Jackson wrongful death suit and much more.

Head to kfvs12.com for details on how the wet fields in Illinois have impacted corn planting. Also, a new position has been created in the Kentucky Education Department and police in Illinois say a woman's death may be due to a fall down a flight of stairs.

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Have a great morning!

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