Afternoon update: School board calls for resignation, high temps, restaurant raided

Good afternoon.  Are you keeping cool?  I hope so because John Dissauer says its dangerously hot today.  He's been checking the temperatures.  We've updated the list of cooling centers in the Heartland.

The Harrisburg School Board unanimously called for the resignation of Todd Fort from school board president during a special meeting Tuesday night.  Fort, who was also the chief deputy for Saline County, is charged with sexual assault involving a minor and official misconduct.

Butler County investigators raided a Poplar Bluff restaurant Wednesday morning.  Tyler Profilet tells us why federal immigration officials where there.

The Carbondale City Council approved a measure last night to allow liquor sales at Southern Illinois University sporting events, but only in certain places.  Carly O'Keefe has student reaction.

The Fulton County Sheriff's Office is asking for information after a man was shot in the arm around midnight near Brownsville, Kentucky.

A Cape Girardeau woman is accused of stealing more than $71,000 from an elderly couple in Scott County.

For election results from yesterday's Missouri primary, visit HeartlandVotes.com.

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