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Here's a closer look at what's happening on The Breakfast Show 12/13

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Good morning! It's Tuesday, December 13, 2016.

First Alert Forecast

The Heartland will wake up to a wet morning commute. Brian is tracking the rain as it moves through, and says it could be mixed with a little sleet and snow, so be careful on the roads. The rest of the day looks dry and chilly with highs mostly in the low 40s and mostly cloudy skies. FIRST ALERT: Saturday, traditionally the busiest shopping day of the year, looks like it will be stormy!

Making Headlines

Missing and endangered: Officers across Missouri are on the lookout for a missing 7-year-old boy. He is believed to be with his father, Anthony Davis, who failed to return his son during a custody exchange.

Officers shot in the line of duty: A man is in custody after investigators say he shot two police officers during a traffic stop.

State of the City: Carbondale Mayor John "Mike" Henry will give the annual State of the City address this afternoon.

Candle Recall: Some Yankee Candles are being recalled because the glass jar may break when the candle is lit.

Russia Hacking Probe: Top GOP leaders say they support the investigation into whether or not Russia meddled in the November presidential election.

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