Hello and happy Monday!
I hope you had a great weekend! Now it's time to get back to work and we've got all the news and weather you need to start your week off right.
Friends and family of a missing New Madrid woman came together for a candlelight vigil Sunday night. Join us for the story at 5:13.
Following that, we'll have continued coverage of the arraignment of a man accused of killing a 12-year-old Missouri girl.
Then at 5:30 we'll be talking about the issues that high school seniors face as they plan for college and what can be done to ease the stress.
Join me for Trending Now at 5:37 for stories trending Monday morning including a toddler who was rescued in China after falling in a hole!
Doctors are being asked to help lower the number of children who pick up smoking in the U.S. Learn more on this during Heartland Health headlines at 5:45.
At 6, we'll have the latest on the wildfire near Yosemite National Park that continues to burn out of control.
Is cursive writing a thing of the past? Join us at 6:07 for a special report on teaching kids to write in a digital age.
A young boy battling a brain eating amoeba has lost his life. We'll bring you the full story at 6:12.
Then at 6:25 we'll bring you information on an interesting new way to grow produce.
Join us for 12 minutes of commercial-free news starting at 6:45. Monday's headlines include a massive fire in Grayville over the weekend, the Video Music Awards and much more.
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Have a wonderful morning!