Drunk driving app - Benghazi latest - Home Depot employee saves baby

Good morning!

There's a push across Heartland states to put the brakes on drunk driving and police are using a new tool. Holly Brantley will be live starting at 5 with the latest.

Carly O'Keefe will also be live this morning with information on some specialized training firefighters in southeast Missouri have had.

After that, a newly released Senate report confirms that the deadly assault on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi could have been avoided.

At 5:25, join me for a special report on the link between income and education and obesity rates in children.

Flu cases are on the rise and there are ways to prevent it from happening to you. Details at 6:05.

An overnight shooting at an Indiana grocery store has left at least three people dead. We'll bring you the latest information at 6:15.

Following that, allegations of cheating within the ranks of America's nuclear missile force and it could be one of the biggest scandals ever faced by the U.S. Air force.

At 6:20, the viral story of a Home Depot employee who helped save a baby's life!

Join us for 12 minutes of commercial-free news and weather starting at 6:45 including how to protect your personal info in the wake of retail security breaches.

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Have a terrific morning!

Jen Baird
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