Newsfeed Now for Oct. 23: Remains possibly found of missing AL girl; Tornado damage flyover in AR

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On Newsfeed Now for Oct. 23, we started with an apparent tragic ending to an Alabama kidnapping story that had people praying across the nation for a kidnapped girl’s safe return. A body believed to be that of Kamille “Cupcake” McKinney was found Tuesday. The 3-year-old had been abducted from a birthday party Oct. 12. WIAT’s Jessalyn Adams joined us with details about where the remains were found and an arrest that has been made in the case.

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BIRD’S EYE VIEW – In Northwest Arkansas, KNWA Meteorologist Dan Skoff took to the sky in a helicopter flyover to see the paths of two tornadoes that touched down early Monday. He joined the conversation to share details of what he saw.

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22 PUSH-UPS – This challenge seeks to draw attention to veteran suicides. It notes the startling statistic that 22 veterans and active-duty servicemembers take their own lives each day. WKRG’s Chris Best was with us to talk about how the challenge is personal for him.

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