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House fire in Miner - Fan falls to death - mystery priest identified

Fire damaged a home in Miner early Tuesday morning. Fire damaged a home in Miner early Tuesday morning.
A fan died at Turner Field Monday night after falling more than 60 feet. A fan died at Turner Field Monday night after falling more than 60 feet.
The mystery priest that aided an accident victim in Mo. has been identified. The mystery priest that aided an accident victim in Mo. has been identified.

Happy Tuesday!

Hope things are going well for you this morning.

We've got the latest local and national news on the Breakfast Show to get your day started and here's what we're working on:

We're tracking late breaking news out of Scott County of a fire that destroyed a home. We'll have the latest throughout the show.

Following that, the priest who is credited with aiding an accident victim in Missouri has been identified.

A plane had to make an emergency landing in Delaware... during rush hour traffic! I'll have the full story for you during Trending Now at 5:37.

A fan died at Turner Field after falling more than 60-feet during Monday night's game. We'll have the latest at 6.

At 6:14, a county jail in Alabama has started giving inmates an alternative to smoking traditional cigarettes.

A teacher in Arkansas is making house calls to ease the first day nerves for students. Catch the details on this at 6:30.

Join us for 12 minutes of commercial-free news starting at 6:45. Tuesday's stories include the bridge damage in Cape Girardeau County, lower economic deficits, the Whitey Bulger case, and much more.

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