5 things you need to know on 5/11 - KFVS12 News & Weather Cape Girardeau, Carbondale, Poplar Bluff

5 things you need to know on 5/11

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(KFVS) -

It's Thursday, May 11.

First Alert weather outlook:

Rain is moving in from the west and will be in the area during the Breakfast Show. Laura says there is no severe weather, only light showers right now, but that could change by 9 or 10 p.m. Keep an eye on the radar by clicking here and by checking the First Alert weather app.

Rain is also possible on Friday morning.

Good news though, it will be a great weekend to get outside for Mother's Day!

Making headlines:

Police in Memphis, Tenn. are looking for a woman and her two kids believed to be abducted by her husband and the kids' father. Click here for details!

Attorney General Josh Hawley will hold a press conference on Thursday in Jefferson City, Mo. on the investigation into Mississippi County Sheriff Cory Hutcheson's alleged involvement in the death of an inmate on May 5.

In McCracken County, Ky., a deputy jailer is accused of sexually harassing a coworker.

Deputies in Perry County, Mo. are urging residents to keep their doors locked. Authorities are on the lookout for Shawn Wenzel who has several felony outstanding warrants for his arrest.

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