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Autopsy on missing Ill woman - Zipline wedding - Countdown to government shutdown

An autopsy is expected Monday on an Illinois woman found after being missing for several days. An autopsy is expected Monday on an Illinois woman found after being missing for several days.
The government could shut down after midnight tonight. The government could shut down after midnight tonight.
Police are still looking for a suspect in the death of a L.A. Dodgers fan. Police are still looking for a suspect in the death of a L.A. Dodgers fan.

Happy Monday!

It was a warm, but misty morning as I drove into work. You may need an umbrella and a sweater just in case on your morning commute.

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

Firefighters are still working through the ruins of a Santa Monica hangar. Get the full story at 5:07.

Following that, an autopsy is scheduled for today on the body of a McLeansboro woman who had been missing since the middle of last week.

Then at 5:17, we'll tell you about ex-soldiers using their elite military training to become hired guns for evil ends.

Following that, car seat and car makers are working on how to make car seats fit better into vehicles.

Catch Trending Now at 5:36 to hear about the top trending stories including a wedding on a zipline!

Stroke is the third leading cause of death in the United States and doctors are seeing more and more young patients. Find out why at 5:45.

Attention drivers in Franklin County this morning: today, Illinois 34 in Benton near the High School will be closed. Find out why and get the exact location at 6.

Following that, the government could shut down after midnight tonight. We'll have continued coverage of this looming issue.

Police in California are still searching for a suspect after the fatal stabbing of an L.A. Dodgers fan. Details at 6:11.

An elderly couple renewed their vows at a nursing home over the weekend and the story has gone viral. We'll have it for you at 6:21.

Halloween may not be a retail hit this year. Learn more at 6:32.

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

Monday's headlines include an inmate found from Johnson County, a man beaten with a broomstick and stabbed in Cape, a meat recall and much more.

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Have a super morning!

Jen Baird
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KFVS12-Heartland News
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