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Philippines earthquake - No deal to end shutdown - Apps for cyber bullying

Dozens are reported dead after a 7.1 earthquake in the Philippines. Dozens are reported dead after a 7.1 earthquake in the Philippines.
The nation continues to wait for a deal to end the shutdown. The nation continues to wait for a deal to end the shutdown.
New apps could make cyber bullying easier. New apps could make cyber bullying easier.

Happy Tuesday!

Rain could be the story for many of us on Tuesday. Brian Alworth will have your full forecast details throughout the Breakfast Show.

A 7.1 magnitude earthquake hit the Philippines Tuesday and several are being reported dead. We'll have full coverage at 5:05.

Following that, we'll have a special report on the continued wait for a deal to end the shutdown of the government.

Then at 5:15 we'll show you video of a very close call with a lightning strike.

Fortune Magazine has released its list of highest paid women and we'll give you details at 5:27.

At 5:35 catch the story of a family who was caught living with more than a hundred snakes and lizards.

There will be a couple of new gaming locations coming to southern Illinois and we'll tell you where and when at 6:03.

Cyber bullying has become a big issue and there are some new apps that parents need to know about. Learn more at 6:20.

Hello Kitty and The Simpsons will be teaming up next year. Sounds pretty strange right? Find out why at 6:28.

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

Tuesday's headlines include a newly discovered toxin, tons of snow in South Dakota, your forecast to help plan the day, and much more.

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Have a nice morning!

Jen Baird
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