Hello and happy Tuesday!
Brian Alworth will be on the Breakfast Show with details on the forecast to plan your day and the rest of the week.
Here's what else we're bringing you this morning:
Crews will resume their search this morning for a missing swimmer near Rend Lake. Click here or check in at 5:05 for the latest.
Following that, we'll have the story on why many schools are saying 'no' to health-focused federal school lunch programs.
Then at 5:28 catch the details on just how much kids are getting for teeth these days from the Tooth Fairy.
Join me for Trending Now at 5:35. I'll have stories on a snake, a huge gator and a very patriotic display so be sure to tune in!
A new iPad may be able to help children with communication issues. Learn more on this at 5:45.
The lead roles have been chosen for the film adaptation of the book 50 Shades of Grey and we'll tell you about them at 5:55.
At 6, catch the full story of a church in Charlotte that is facing allegations of racial discrimination.
Following that, we'll have the heartwarming story of a friendship between a dolphin and an 8-year-old boy.
At 6:13, get the latest developments on the plans of an attack on Syria.
NASA is working on a way to make flight delays a thing of the past. Tune in at 6:22 to find out how.
Join us for 12 minutes of commercial-free news starting at 6:45. Tuesday's topics include radioactive water in Japan, a World War II bomber plane in Mount Vernon, Verizon's new business deal and more.
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Have a great morning!