Hello and welcome to Wednesday!
It was a nice, warm drive into work for me early this morning. What does the weather have in store for the rest of the day? Tune in to the Breakfast Show or head to kfvs12.com/weather to find out.
Get the latest developments out of Syria and President Obama's reaction at 4:30 or click here.
A woman in Kentucky is calling herself the state's first female Catholic priest. Learn more at 4:33.
The Morning After Pill will now be available to girls 15 and older. We'll have a full report on the change at 5:11.
Did you know that Jim Beam is the world's number one selling bourbon? Find out which Heartland state a large portion of it comes from at 5:27.
A robber in Wisconsin didn't get very far because he decided to take a nap. Hear the full story on this sleepy burglar at 5:51.
A Philadelphia abortion doctor's murder trial will now go before a jury.
We'll bring you 12 minutes of commercial-free news starting at 6:45. Wednesday's topics include problems area farmers are facing this spring, a woman from Chaffee named Air Force Airman of the Year and Rhode Island is on its way to becoming the 10th state to legalize same-sex marriage.
Join us on kfvs12.com for details on the events planned for the Lewis and Clark Historic Site. Also, a woman is charged with setting a fire after someone allegedly smoked her pot and a board election in Illinois is to be decided by a coin flip.
To catch our live stream of the Breakfast Show from 4:30 to 7 a.m., click here.
Have a great morning!