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Teen killed in crash - Universal flu vaccine - Emmy recap

A teen was killed in a Pemiscot County crash Sunday. A teen was killed in a Pemiscot County crash Sunday.
Scientists may be close to a universal flu shot. Scientists may be close to a universal flu shot.
The 2013 Emmy Awards took place Sunday night. The 2013 Emmy Awards took place Sunday night.

TGIM!

I'm hoping to start this new trend. It's Monday and it's the fresh start of another work week! It's also a fresh, crisp autumn morning outside, so you may need a light jacket on your morning commute.

Here's what we're working on bringing you on the Breakfast Show:

A Caruthersville teenager was killed in a crash in Pemiscot County Sunday. We'll have details at 5:07.

Following that, Kennett residents are working together to make their town a safer place.

At 5:36, I'll tell you about our new mobile alert service and how you can manage those alerts on your device.

Scientists are getting closer to developing a universal flu vaccine. Details at 5:43.

Catch continued coverage of the mall attack in Kenya at 6.

Following that, a disturbing story out of Kentucky: a woman was apparently eaten by a pack of wolf dogs.

Then at 6:07, we'll bring you the latest in fall weather predictions.

The Illinois Department of Children and Family Services is launching a new statewide campaign aimed at stopping child abuse and neglect. Tune in at 6:33 for the full story.

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

Monday's headlines include a man still missing on the Mississippi River, the U.N. General Assembly, Gone Girl filming in Cape, and much more.

Click here to join the Breakfast Show live online from 4:30 to 7 a.m.

Have a wonderful morning!

Jen Baird
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