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Cardinals take game 2 - North Carolina fair accident - School reopens after teacher killed

The Redbirds took World Series Game 2 to tie the series. The Redbirds took World Series Game 2 to tie the series.
A new study shows flu shots may not be very effective for the elderly. A new study shows flu shots may not be very effective for the elderly.
Toyota has been held liable for a deadly accident. Toyota has been held liable for a deadly accident.

Hello and TGIF!

The Cardinals took game 2 of the World Series Thursday night, tying up the Fall Classic. We'll have team coverage throughout The Breakfast Show.

Five people were hurt overnight in a North Carolina fair accident. We'll have the latest for you at 5.

Then at 5:15, catch the heartwarming story of a soldier who returned home and surprised his entire family!

If you could update your smartphone rather than trade it in for a new one, would you? New technology could help you do just that. Details at 5:25.

Grief counselors and expanded security will mark the reopening today of a Massachusetts high school where a student allegedly killed a popular math teacher.

The Southeast Missouri State Homecoming takes place Saturday and Carly O'Keefe will be live at 5:47 with details on the big event.

Dream of going to a World Series game at Busch Stadium? Tune in at 6:03 to find out how you could win tickets!

A jury in Oklahoma City has held Toyota liable for a deadly accident back in 2007. Find out why at 6:13.

Another new study shows regular flu shots are only 30 to 40-percent effective in those 65 and older, who tend to be the most vulnerable. Learn more on this at 6:22.

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