Rescheduled winter events - Ice through the window - Holiday food app

Good morning!

Holly Brantley will be live this morning telling you about events throughout the Heartland that have been rescheduled due to Winter Storm '13.

Then at 5:05, Charleston police are looking for two suspects after a bank robbery and a bomb threat at three of the city's schools.

Following that, a meeting in Poplar Bluff Thursday night asked the question, "Should Missouri changes its Marijuana laws?"

A South African sign language interpreter accused of miming nonsense as world leaders paid tribute to Nelson Mandela says he suffered a schizophrenic episode during the event.

Join me at 5:23 for details on Drivers in Kentucky now having a new tool to help get drunk drivers off the road.

Rising temperatures can cause a lot of damage when ice sheets start to melt. Get an example of this at 5:33.

It was a tense saturation overnight for a neighborhood and officers in a Chicago suburb. Join us at 6 for the latest.

Are you tired of the same old holiday feast every year? Tune in at 6:22 to learn how to spice it up a bit.

Bread is still a hot commodity in grocery stores even after the winter storm has passed. Why? We'll tell you at 6:30.

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Have a nice morning!

Jen Baird
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