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New NFL security - boy has snail in knee - KFVS blood drive

The NFL is implementing new security features at games this season. The NFL is implementing new security features at games this season.
A 6.5 magnitude earthquake hit New Zealand overnight. A 6.5 magnitude earthquake hit New Zealand overnight.
You will be able to give the gift of life Friday during the KFVS Summer Blood Drive! You will be able to give the gift of life Friday during the KFVS Summer Blood Drive!

Hello and TGIF!

Weather Wibbs is in with us on the Breakfast Show again this morning with the full details on your Friday and weekend forecasts.

Here's what we're working on bringing you on the news side of things:

New security is being implemented at NFL games starting this season. We'll have the new information at 5:05.

A 6.5 magnitude earthquake and aftershocks shook New Zealand overnight and we've got continued coverage at 5:15.

Join me for Trending Now at 5:35 including a story about a good Samaritan that found a wallet with thousands of dollars inside and returned it to its owner.

A California boy returned from vacation with a snail in his knee. Yeah, you read that right! We'll have the full details on this medical story that's gone viral at 6.

At 6:13 we'll have a special report on food labels and how to detect the ones that may be misleading.

Friday is move-in day at SIU Carbondale and Carly O'Keefe will be live at 6:30 with the latest.

Join us for 12 minutes of commercial-free news starting at 6:45. Friday's headlines will include national spending cuts, the KFVS Summer Blood Drive, the first public appearance of Hannah Anderson and much more.

Click here to join the Breakfast Show live stream from 4:30 to 7 a.m.

Have a wonderful morning!

Jen Baird
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