Hello and welcome to Thursday!
It was a bit warmer than it has been as I made my way into work this morning.
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We're following two breaking stories from abroad this morning:
Edward Snowden's father arrived in Russia Thursday morning to meet with his son.
Also, the Prime Minister of Libya was abducted overnight but has now been freed.
The St. Louis Cardinals are advancing to the NLCS! We'll have a full recap of their victory Wednesday night and the local reaction throughout the morning.
Could grocery stores be a thing of the past? We'll discuss this idea at 5:17.
Then at 5:33, Carly O'Keefe will be live with the latest on the fire at Missouri Plastics that caused millions of dollars worth of damage.
Taylor Swift has another award to add to her list. We'll tell you about it at 5:54.
Death benefits for fallen soldiers has become quite the talking point and we'll tell you at 6 how one charity is stepping in to help the federal government.
Parents have a lot to think about when it comes to posting on social media, according to new reports. I'll tell you about it at 6:20.
Join us for 12 minutes of commercial-free news starting at 6:45.
Thursday's headlines include the debt ceiling talks, an app for roadkill, and much more.
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Have a nice morning!