We're officially on the downhill slide for the week and it looks like it will be another nice day outside.
Weather Wibbs is in with us this morning with the full details on the forecast or you can always visit kfvs12.com/weather.
Two young children were seriously injured in an ATV crash Wednesday night. Click here for the story or join us on the Breakfast Show.
Catch the details at 5:45 on a new procedure that may make tattoo removal less painful.
Heard of the band Here Come the Mummies? If you haven't, you're missing out! But don't worry, at 6:12 I'll have info on how you can win tickets to see them this weekend in Cape.
Sinkholes continue to be a problem both near and far. At 6:21, catch the full story on how the weather is impacting them and what's being done to fix the problem.
Carly O'Keefe will be live this morning at 6:30 with details on how you can join in on making back to school time easier for families in need.
Join us for 12 minutes of commercial-free news starting at 6:45. Thursday's headlines will include unrest in Egypt, the need for help identifying Cape Girardeau bridge vandals and much more.
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Many people are looking to make a memory with the eclipse coming on Monday, Aug. 21 but at least two men in Carbondale, Illinois are getting to relive some memories while they wait for the big event.
Baptist Health Paducah will be offering a free prostate screening in September during Prostate Cancer Awareness Week.
As radio and TV ads from different charities flood the airwaves suggesting you donate your used car or boat, Better Business Bureau (BBB) has tips to help you choose a trustworthy charity.
A motorcycle crash in Randolph County, Illinois left one woman injured on Sunday, Aug. 20.
On Monday, Aug. 20 around 7 p.m., a crash in McCracken County, Kentucky sent two people to the hospital