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Winter in the south - Congressman threatens reporter - State stereotypes

Good morning!

Join us for Heartland News at Noon for updates on the nasty winter weather pummeling the south and also local headlines from Wednesday morning.

From kfvs12.com: New York Congressman Michael Grimm has defended his actions after he physically threatened a news reporter at the capitol Tuesday night.

Also, the suspect in the November 2013 stabbing death of a Johnston City woman has been moved from custody in Tennessee to Williamson County.

You may have some questions about the trillion-dollar farm bill. You can click here to learn more about the bill and what it could mean for Americans.

A map posted on Twitter from Amazing Maps shows what stereotype represents each state in America.

Ford Motor Co. will pay record profit-sharing checks to united auto workers members after posting record profits in North America.

Some of the buzz around the Super Bowl this year is that both teams are from states that have legalized pot. Now the NFL has come out and said it might allow players to toke up after a tough tackle.

You can watch us live at noon from the homepage at kfvs12.com.

Have a wonderful Wednesday!

Jen Baird
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