Warmer temperatures are on the way and Brian Alworth will have the latest for you throughout the show this morning.
Tuesday is the day for Illinois primary elections and Carly O'Keefe will update you during live reports starting at 5.
Holly Brantley will also be live with info on the Missouri primary elections happening in about a month.
The search continues Tuesday morning for two suspects who robbed a bank in Essex on Monday.
Searchers are still looking for any sign of the missing Malaysian jetliner. Details at 5:15.
Following that, fast food workers will be holding more protests around the country.
We all know the divorce rate is pretty high. But there are some new (and crazy?) ways couples are working to untie the knot. I'll tell you more at 5:45.
Then at 6:05, two Mayfield, Kentucky men are behind bars after a call that a woman was being held at gunpoint.
Also, there is disappointing news when it comes to the job market for teens in America.
March Madness is here! At 6:20, we'll take a look at how you can get involved by filling out your bracket and possibly win some sweet prizes!
At 6:30, we'll share a story that's gone viral of a woman who surprised her husband with a huge weight loss when he returned home from deployment.
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