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Mo. cattle infection, Bush viral pic, Spain deadly train derailment

A deadly infection is impacting Missouri cattle and the farmers that raise them. A deadly infection is impacting Missouri cattle and the farmers that raise them.
George H.W. Bush is clean shaven in a picture that's gone viral online. George H.W. Bush is clean shaven in a picture that's gone viral online.
A deadly train derailment in Spain continues to dominate headlines Thursday morning. A deadly train derailment in Spain continues to dominate headlines Thursday morning.

Good morning!

Hope things are going well for you. It looks like it's going to be another gorgeous day. Brian Alworth will have your full forecast throughout the morning or you can visit kfvs12.com/weather.

Here's a look at what else we're working on bringing you live on the Breakfast Show:

Carly O'Keefe will be live this morning with details on a deadly cattle infection that is impacting Missouri. Get full details at 5:33.

Following that, I'll have a recap of the address President Obama gave in Galesburg Wednesday and a preview of his speech in Tennessee next week.

We'll have full details on a viral picture of a bald-headed former president at 6. It's a heartwarming story you don't want to miss.

At 6:06 we'll tell you all about how you can win free Sikeston Jaycee Bootheel Rodeo tickets!

The search continues Thursday morning for a missing Missouri jogger. Learn more at 6:28.

Join us for 12 minutes of commercial-free news starting at 6:45. Thursday's topics include the deadly train derailment in Spain, the Grand Tower levee, your forecast to plan your day and much more.

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Have a nice morning!

Jen Baird

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