What you need to know April 19

First Alert Weather: What to expect 4/19

(KFVS) - Good morning it is Thursday, April 19.

First Alert Forecast

It will be a cool day today. Lisa Michaels says temps will be in low to mid 50s. Winds might be a bit breezy this morning but will die in by the afternoon.

Colder temps move in tonight so portions of the Heartland are under a frost advisory and a freeze warning. Frost should be gone by mid-morning.

Friday and Saturday will be sunny and slightly warmer, but by Saturday night the rain comes in.

Making headlines

  1. Terri Childs, is using the public housing relocation in Cairo, Illinois for a new start for her family.
  2. Thursday, a judge will decide whether or not to toss out the charge of invasion of privacy against Missouri Governor Eric Greitens.
  3. Only a week after Jett Owens was hit with a line drive foul ball that fractured his skull, he was honored by throwing out the first pitch.
  4. Students from eLaunch Williamson County, Ill met with and learned from local entrepreneurs.
  5. The Ohio River is closed at the Olmsted Lock and Dam following a barge accident.

Trending web stories

A high school senior took his mother as his prom date in order to give her "the prom night she never had."

Police presented a substitute teacher with a special citizen recognition coin Wednesday for helping police catch a sex offender.

The Immaculate Conception Church in St. Mary, Missouri that was founded in 1874 has officially closed their doors.

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