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Storm damage, student loan issues, inappropriate touching at Target

Our cNews page is filled with pictures and videos of Wednesday night's storms. (Source: cNews) Our cNews page is filled with pictures and videos of Wednesday night's storms. (Source: cNews)
Students will likely be paying more for student loans starting in July. Students will likely be paying more for student loans starting in July.
A man has allegedly been touching an Arkansas Target employee inappropriately. A man has allegedly been touching an Arkansas Target employee inappropriately.

Hello and good morning!

I truly hope you and yours are safe and sound this morning following the strong storms that affected the Heartland Wednesday night.

We'll have full coverage of the damage and the outlook for weather for the rest of the week on the Breakfast Show.

Don't forget to send your pictures or videos of the storm damage to our cNews page. Click here to submit yours or check out those sent to us from throughout the Heartland.

We'll have new details at 5:16 on the man who is now jailed for leading Kentucky police on a high-speed chase earlier this month.

College students will likely be paying more for student loans starting next month. Tune in at 5:35 to learn more.

I'll be in with you at 5:50 and again at 6:34 with the trending stories that are getting attention online and in the tech world during Trending Now.

A story out of Arkansas involves a man who reportedly touched a female Target employee in an inappropriate way...and it wasn't the first time, either. Learn more about this bizarre story at 6:15.

Join us for 12 minutes of commercial-free news starting at 6:45. Thursday's topics include the current health state of Nelson Mandela, continued coverage of the Supreme Court's decision to strike down DOMA on Wednesday and much more.

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Have a nice morning!

Jen Baird
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