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Changes to flood insurance - New iPhone? - A Place to Call Home

Changes to national flood insurance could impact an Ill. town. Changes to national flood insurance could impact an Ill. town.
Apple could unveil a new iPhone design on Tuesday. Apple could unveil a new iPhone design on Tuesday.
We'll tell you about a child looking for a forever home. We'll tell you about a child looking for a forever home.

Happy Tuesday!

It was a very humid morning on my way into work. Brian Alworth will be in throughout the morning with details on what this means for weather.

We have new details on a drowning at the Sikeston Sports Complex. Learn more at 5:08.

Following that, Carly O'Keefe will be live with information on the changes coming to the National Flood Insurance Program and how that will impact Olive Branch.

Then at 5:20, we'll tell you about how the government is cracking down on dog breeders who sell puppies over the Internet.

Join us at 5:28 for a special report on the costs of doing home projects yourself.

About 5% of American children and teenagers are now considered severely obese. Learn more during Heartland Health headlines at 5:46.

All eyes are on Apple Tuesday as the company is expected to announce new developments to the iPhone. I'll bring you the details at 6:03.

The plan of action for America in Syria continues to be a hot button issue. We'll have continued coverage at 6:12.

Then at 6:20, Crystal Britt will introduce you to another foster child looking for A Place to Call Home.

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

Tuesday's topics include the search for a missing Illinois girl, the UPS fire in Farmington and much more.

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