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Here are the stories we are working on for Heartland News at 5 and 6...
Two fishermen found a body in a creek near Pinckneyville. Julia Bruck has the latest information from the Perry County, IL sheriff about the young female's identity.
Tyler Profilet explains how a woman fended off an attacker with railroad stake in Poplar Bluff.
The Piatt couple from Ripley County was exhumed from their graves last week. Autopsies show they died of gunshot wounds before their house burned down. Holly Brantley talks with authorities about the hold up on new charges against a four people already charged with the murders of another Ripley County couple and suspected in the Piatts' deaths. She also speaks with the Piatt's daughter-in-law.
It's the 20 year anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Kathy Sweeney follows a building inspector around Cape Girardeau and explains about what it takes to get buildings to meet code requirements.
The Caruthersville Humane Society removed four dogs and two cats from a home in Steele.
West Frankfort Police want help catching a man caught on surveillance tape taking off his clothes and walking around naked in a hotel while performing sexual acts.
Bob Reeves explains what we can expect as far as this week's weather, with heat and humidity or even rain.
Todd Richards has sports at six and some exciting news about one of the key football players at Southeast Missouri State University.