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Cardinals loss - Superstorm Sandy anniversary - A Place to Call Home

The Cards fell to Boston Monday night 3 to 1. The Cards fell to Boston Monday night 3 to 1.
It has been one year since Superstorm Sandy made landfall. It has been one year since Superstorm Sandy made landfall.
On The Breakfast Show you will meet Tyler, who's looking for A Place to Call Home. On The Breakfast Show you will meet Tyler, who's looking for A Place to Call Home.

Hello and happy Tuesday!

The Cardinals took another loss in Game 5 of the World Series Monday night. We'll have coverage of the game throughout the show.

Carly O'Keefe will be live from John A. Logan College starting at 5:05 with details on Social Media Day.

911 services have been restored to southern Iron County after a vehicle crash knocked them out on Monday. For the latest or join us at 5:10.

This year for Halloween, you can be confidant your kids are trick-or-treating in a safe neighborhood with "Sex Offender Search," a free app. Learn more at 5:28.

Join me for Trending Now at 5:33 including a story about a helicopter beer bottle opening competition!

Garth Brooks is headed to live TV with his one-man Las Vegas show. We'll tell you more about this at 5:48.

Think you've been a Cardinals fan for a long time? At 6:03 I'll tell you about a 101-year-old man who's been rooting for the team his whole life!

Following that, rail traffic at the site of a derailment Sunday is just getting back up to speed this morning.

Tuesday marks one year since Superstorm Sandy devastated the east coast. We'll have a special report on this at 6:06.

Then at 6:21, Crystal Britt will tell you about Tyler, a local boy who is looking for A Place to Call Home.

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