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Student loan rates double, man rides bike for boy, KC bus passenger sprays others with gas

Student loan rates doubled starting Monday. Student loan rates doubled starting Monday.
A man is riding a bike for a boy with a brain injury. (Source: WSPA/CNN) A man is riding a bike for a boy with a brain injury. (Source: WSPA/CNN)
A bus passenger in Kansas City sprayed others with gas and tried to set a fire. A bus passenger in Kansas City sprayed others with gas and tried to set a fire.

Hello and good morning!

Hope your day is going well so far--it's a pretty soggy one for many of us. Find out at noon if the rain will stick around or you can visit kfvs12.com/weather.

Also at noon, get the latest on an investigation into an early morning house fire in Cape Girardeau.

Plus, 19 firefighters were killed in an Arizona wildfire and student loans are doubling starting Monday.

Be sure to visit kfvs12.com for details on Missouri Western University going smoke-free, Northern Kentucky cities cracking down on firework use and a man is riding a bike long-distance to help a boy with a brain injury.

Also, a Kansas City bus passenger sprayed others with gas and tried to start a fire

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Hope you have a fabulous Monday!

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