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Afternoon update: Both lanes of I-55 in Scott Co. now open

Crews finished early on the I-55 overpass project. Crews finished early on the I-55 overpass project.
Little Makayla Brown is recuperating in a St. Louis hospital. Little Makayla Brown is recuperating in a St. Louis hospital.

Good afternoon. Both lanes of Interstate 55 are now open to traffic in Scott County as crews finished work early for the Route H overpass project.

Casey Anthony was released from Jail early this morning.

Arnold Wyrick reports that a man drowned in Franklin County last night. Four people have died as a result of drownings in southern Illinois since May 2011.

Holly Brantley follows up with a toddler who is in a St. Louis hospital after being hit by a truck almost one week ago.

There was a benefit today to help the family of fallen firefighter Corey Shaw.

Laura Wibbenmeyer says it will be clear and muggy tonight.

Chad Fryman will have Cards and Reds highlights and tells us if the US women could hold on to win soccer's World Cup!

Have a great evening,

James Long
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