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Afternoon update: Mo. mom tries to find job, home on Craigslist

Joshua L. Dehaven is charged with making meth (Source: Marshall County Sheriff's Office) Joshua L. Dehaven is charged with making meth (Source: Marshall County Sheriff's Office)
Honor Heartland veterans by sending a picture with a description to cnews@kfvs12.com. Honor Heartland veterans by sending a picture with a description to cnews@kfvs12.com.

Good afternoon. Here are some stories we are working to bring you for tonight's Heartland News and on kfvs12.com...

Bob Reeves says you can expect cool and dry weather tomorrow with a slight warm up over the weekend!

A single Sikeston mom with three kids tells Holly Brantley tonight at 5, that she has reached out to Craigslist after some hardships in order to find a job and a place to live.

Crystal Britt spent the day at one southern Missouri school district that actually has a food pantry inside the school. Find out why it is there and if it is helping out tonight at 6.

At 10, Crystal will have a special report on those people that abuse ambulance services, and is actually driving up the cost for everyone.

The Penn State scandal is quite a sad story for the victims. Julia Bruck gets local reaction from abuse facility administrators on how to deal with abuse, and what signs to look for if you think your child is being abused.

An inmate that was supposed to be released a week ago from Menard in Chester was let go today after serving a 20-year sentence for a crime he did not commit. Find out what took so long to get his release tonight at 5.

The Marshall County Sheriff's Office has arrested a man after finding him hiding in a camper with a meth lab.

Missouri House Speaker Steven Tilley from Perryville is dropping out of the 2012 lieutenant governor's race.

Conservation Department officials say young hunters killed a record number of deer during the recent 2-day youth firearms season.

This season, show the world how proud you are of your deer! Send pictures of the deer, the hunter and a description of where you hunted to cnews@kfvs12.com.

Now that striking workers at SIUC have announced the walkout has ended, Carly O'Keefe finds out what is next for administrators, teachers and students involved tonight at 5 and 6.

This Veterans Day, we want to honor the veterans in the Heartland for their service.  Send pictures of the veterans in your life with a description to cnews@kfvs12.com.

Todd Richards will preview the Southeast swim team who is qualifying for state this weekend!

Have a great evening,

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