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Afternoon update: New leads, missing details in Waller case

Jacque Waller Jacque Waller
A man was arrested after pointing a gun and stealing cash at a Murphysboro gas station. A man was arrested after pointing a gun and stealing cash at a Murphysboro gas station.
A tree fell over some power lines in Cardwell. A tree fell over some power lines in Cardwell.

Good Monday to you.

The Jackson Police Chief fills us in on the latest in the search for Jacque Waller.  She's the mother of three who has been missing since June 1.  Kathy Sweeney talks with the chief about new leads and missing details in the case.  You can always keep up with the latest in the case by going to kfvs12.com/wallersearch.

Today is the 46th anniversary of the day two-year-old Elizabeth Gill disappeared from her front yard in Cape Girardeau.  Holly Brantley sat down with Gill's family to get some insight into how you cope when someone you love goes missing.

Illinois Gov. Quinn signed an education reform bill today that makes it harder for teachers to go on strike, easier for educators to be fired and could lengthen the school day for students in Chicago.

Murphysboro Police arrested a man accused of an armed robbery last night at a gas station.

The CEO of SoutheastHEALTH resigned today citing differences in management philosophy.

Is your grocery bill increasing and your wallet getting thinner?  According to the Missouri Farm Bureau's Marketbasket Survey, food prices increased during the second semester of 2011.

We've had some reports of storm damage in the Heartland this morning.  Homes and a business in Cardwell had some damage.  A tree fell across some power lines across a street.

Laura Wibbenmeyer is in for Bob today.  She'll tell us when to expect possible storms

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