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Tornado Outbreak Forecast for Sunday and Monday

Hold onto Toto, Dorothy!  The National Weather Service is warning of a potential tornado outbreak for Sunday and Monday and some forecasters are saying the models closely resemble those from back in 1991, when a massive twister outbreak caused over one billion dollars worth of damage.  Here's the latest on what we can expect and when and how serious the threat is for us here in the Ohio Valley.

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H.L. Neblett Community Center
H.L. Neblett Community Center
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H.L. Neblett Community Center Annual Banquet Features Celebrity Guests

The theme of this year's H.L. Neblett Community Center banquet is "Take Ownership to Make a Difference." And the event features an impressive list of special guests and you're invited to attend.

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Randy Moore Moves to 14News

Randy Moore is moving to 14WFIE after 33 years at WTVW.

The merger of WTVW and WEHT in 2011 created a big change for Moore when the evening news team that Moore was anchoring was pushed to early mornings

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courtesy of Wayne Hart/Eyewitness News
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Winter Storm Warning in Effect

Our first potentially major winter storm of the season is just about 12 hours away.  So, what to do e need to brace for?  Get the latest forecast from the National Weather Service and Eyewitness News here . . .

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Moderate Risk of Severe Weather on Sunday

It doesn't appear that Sunday is going to be a day for rest in the tri-state.  A major cold front is bringing a significant chance for severe storms.  In fact, the National Weather Service in Paducah says there is a moderate risk of severe weather tomorrow and we have the latest details on the forecast for you here at WBKR.com and our plan for severe weather coverage with Eyewitness News.

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Meteorologist David Heckard Leaving Eyewitness News

The weather team at Eyewitness News is losing a familiar face.  David Heckard, who started working for WEHT in Evansville in 2006, announced yesterday via Facebook page that he is taking the next step in his career.  Wanna know where he's going?

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Shelley Kirk Announces Retirement from News

Yesterday afternoon, I was sitting on the couch watching Eyewitness News with Brad Byrd and Shelley Kirk.  Suddenly, Shelley made reference to that broadcast and what typically happens on it at that time . . . then, she turned to the camera, shocked her viewers and announced her retirement from the Eyewitness News Team.  After 22 years in the business, Shelley is making a career change.  Wanna know what she plans to do?

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