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An amusement park ride in Connecticut went wrong over the weekend. An amusement park ride in Connecticut went wrong over the weekend.
The next Super Bowl halftime performer has been announced. The next Super Bowl halftime performer has been announced.
Facebook privacy has hit the spotlight again. Facebook privacy has hit the spotlight again.

Happy Monday!

As I made my way into work this morning, it was nice and mild with some humidity. Brian Alworth will be in to tell us what the rest of the day has planned in terms of weather.

A ride at a Connecticut amusement park went haywire over the weekend. Get details at 5:08.

Following that, we'll have continued coverage of the resignation of the president of the NAACP.

Then at 5:25, we'll tell you why the future of forests has become a big concern.

Join me for Trending Now at 5:37. I'll have the stories getting big attention online including a crash between a 40-ton truck and a motorcycle in China!

At 5:55, get the latest on the next performer to grace the stage of the Super Bowl halftime show. 

Starting at 6, we'll have continued coverage of the latest developments in the plans involving Syria.

The first responders that saved three women held captive in Cleveland have been honored in a special way. Catch the story at 6:13.

Then at 6:31, we'll share the story of a very special obituary that's gone viral online.

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Monday's headlines include a propane explosion in the Heartland, updates to Facebook privacy, the Missouri Farm Bill and much more.

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