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Herrin armed robbery latest - Target attack could be spreading - Best jobs of '14

Good morning!

Could the Heartland be in for more winter weather? Bryan McCormick is in the Storm Team Center to bring you the latest details throughout the morning.

We have new video of an armed robbery in Herrin and Carly O'Keefe will be live at 5 in the southern Illinois newsroom with the latest.

Following that, Holly Brantley will be live with a report on the Missouri State of the State Address, set to take place Tuesday.

Authorities in Chester, Pennsylvania are still searching this morning for a gunman after a shooting at Widener University.

Then at 5:25, I'll be live to discuss how you can pinch pennies when heading out to the movies.

The cyber attack that impacted millions of Target customers could be spreading to impact other stores. Details at 5:30.

Up after that, one Kentucky lawmaker believes a driver shouldn't be ticketed for driving without proof of insurance.

Which jobs of 2014 are going to be the best to have? Find out at 5:45.

Authorities in Illinois continue to sort through thousands of concealed carry applications. Learn more in a special report at 6:05.

Witnesses say it was like a bomb went off when a cement truck ran into a three-story home in New York City Monday night, killing the driver. 

Also, Authorities in Omaha still don't know what caused an explosion at an animal feed plant that killed two workers and sent 10 others to the hospital.

Join me at 6:20 for some hilarious and perhaps insightful letters from children that have gone viral. Trust me, you don't want to miss this!

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Have a super Tuesday morning!

Jen Baird
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KFVS12-Heartland News
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