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Doors at the Ill. State Capitol continue to cause a stir. Doors at the Ill. State Capitol continue to cause a stir.
George Zimmerman's wife has filed for divorce. George Zimmerman's wife has filed for divorce.
One Heartland school is now embracing students' tech devices. One Heartland school is now embracing students' tech devices.

Good morning and TGIF!

Laura Wibbenmeyer is in with us this morning with details on your Friday and weekend forecast so stay tuned throughout the Breakfast Show.

Police and FBI are investigating a Dyersburg bank robbery.

Following that, Carly O'Keefe will be live with information on the SEMO District Fair that kicks off this weekend! Carly will be with us throughout the morning with live updates and interviews.

Some fancy doors at the Illinois State Capitol that are raising quite the controversy.

George Zimmerman's wife has filed for divorce. Catch the latest on this at 5:21.

A new IRS rule could make restaurants reconsider adding automatic tips to tabs of large parties. Find out why at 5:30.

Join me at 5:37 for Trending Now and I'll tell you about some interesting stories making headlines Friday morning including a young girl's invention that helps you talk to your pet!

Who is the highest paid primetime actress on television? We'll tell you at 5:54.

Just after six we'll have the latest details on more charges for a Dexter man accused of knowingly infecting hundreds of people with the HIV virus.

Following that, a traffic alert: Eggner's Ferry Bridge will be closed to traffic either today or Saturday.

The situation in Syria continues to garner national debate and attention. We'll have continued coverage on this at 6:13.

Do you wash chicken before preparing it for dinner? That could be bad news according to a new video. Get the full story at 6:20.

A Stoddard County school is now embracing any and all technological devices. Find out why and what this means for students at 6:30.

Join us for 12 minutes of commercial-free news starting at 6:45.

Friday's headlines include new TSA regulations, a local benefit for a baby with a rare disease, Diana Nyad's welcome home and more.

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Have a fantastic morning!

Jen Baird
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KFVS12-Heartland News
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