Afternoon update: Deer, boobie bracelets, pumpkins and Cards! - KFVS12 News & Weather Cape Girardeau, Carbondale, Poplar Bluff

Afternoon update: Deer, boobie bracelets, pumpkins and Cards!

Viewer Rob Ruebel says Peter the Pumpkin Eater and his family will be living on his front porch for the month because their homeland is being destroyed by evil tractors and they took them in. Send your pumpkin pics to cnews@kfvs12.com! Viewer Rob Ruebel says Peter the Pumpkin Eater and his family will be living on his front porch for the month because their homeland is being destroyed by evil tractors and they took them in. Send your pumpkin pics to cnews@kfvs12.com!

The deer population is getting out of hand in Cape Girardeau, and the city council is considering the possibility of an urban deer hunt.  Christy Millweard will be at the city council meeting and will explain what is discussed.

A very visible way to raise awareness for breast cancer becomes a hot issue in Heartland public schools.  Several districts have banned the popular plastic bracelets and T-shirts that read "I heart boobies."  Holly Brantley talked to parents and school leaders in the Kelly School District today where the slogan has been banned.

How about those Cards?!  The National League Champions are headed to the World Series!  We'll tell you how much those coveted World Series tickets are going for.

The Williamson County Sheriff is asking for the public's help to find a fugitive who is wanted for failure to register as a sex offender.

Ambulances are supposed to drive injured people to the hospital, but this morning an ambulance was hit by a car as it was responding to an incident.  Three people were taken to the hospital with minor injuries.

Andrea the cat was taken to an animal shelter in Utah.  Since no one adopted her she was euthanized...sort of.  A shelter worker used a gas chamber to euthanize Andrea, but when he saw she was still alive, he tried again. He thought she was dead, but... Find out the rest of the story about this cat with nine lives on Heartland News at 6.

It's pumpkin carving time and we're asking you to send in your prized pumpkin pics.  Check out some very creative artwork here.  Send in your submissions to cnews@kfvs12.com or upload them at http://cnews.kfvs12.com.  Your pics could be used online or on-air.  Remember to include your name, where the picture was taken, and a description of the carving.

Bob Reeves says there's a chance for some rain late tonight.  Android users, download the update to the Heartland News app for a new, interactive radar in the weather section.  We also have the weather app available for Android and iOS users.  Search "KFVS" in your respective app stores.

Have a good one!

Christy Hendricks
Internet Content Director
chendricks@kfvs12.com
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