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Winter road conditions - Driver facing charges after crash - Yellen makes history

Hello there!

Join us for Heartland News at Noon for the latest updates on road conditions throughout the Heartland Monday.

Plus, an 81-year-old woman is now behind bars for refusing to stop feeding bears near her house.

From kfvs12.com: A Johnston City woman is facing multiple charges after a Williamson County crash Sunday night.

Also, the list of events and business cancellations due to weather continues to grow. Click here for the full list.

State emergency officials say Missourians need to prepare for a potential earthquake.

Janet Yellen makes history Monday morning, when she is sworn in as the first female chair of the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank.

A company that maintains Hilton, Marriott, Sheraton and Westin hotel franchises, has apparently suffered a data breach that exposed guests' credit and debit card information in 2013.

Don't forget you can watch us live at noon from the homepage at kfvs12.com.

Have a super Monday!

Jen Baird
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KFVS12-Heartland News
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