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.
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Have a wonderful morning!