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FIRST ALERT: Bryan McCormick is tracking rain. Will it impact Heartland Football Friday? OPEN APP to find out.

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It is Friday, Sept. 9, 2016.

First Alert Weather Outlook:

Waking up on your Friday you may notice some rain on your windshield. Showers will still be moving through early, but tapering off by mid-morning. The KFVS12 weather team is also tracking fog this morning in the same areas that are seeing the rain. The rest of the day looks hot and humid, and there’s a good chance of thunderstorms late in the day, and at least through half-time for Heartland Football Friday. FIRST ALERT: There’s still a chance of rain Saturday, but after that the weekend looks cooler and dryer.

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Making Headlines:

We remember: West Frankfort School District 168 will commemorate the 15th Anniversary of the 9/11 attacks today. Students will sing, play instruments, read poems and honor the sacrifices made to ensure the freedoms of all Americans.

No parking: The SEMO District Fair kicks off with a parade in downtown Cape Girardeau, Missouri on Saturday morning, September 10. There is a good chance you will  see "No Parking" signs around town. On the Breakfast Show we will show you where.

Nuke test:  North Korea said it conducted a "higher level" nuclear test explosion on Friday that will allow it to finally build "at will" an array of stronger, smaller and lighter nuclear weapons. It was the North's fifth atomic test and the second in eight months.

Train derailment: A passenger train derailed Friday in Spain's northwestern Galicia region, killing four people and injuring 47 others who were taken to hospitals.

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