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Afternoon update: Judge denies two motions in Waller case

Two motions in the Waller case were denied today. Two motions in the Waller case were denied today.
The alleged Southeast Mo. State duck dumper has been caught. The alleged Southeast Mo. State duck dumper has been caught.

Good Friday afternoon. Here is what we are working on for tonight's Heartland News and on kfvs12.com...

A judge denied two important motions in the case against Clay Waller this afternoon. Crystal Britt was there and will have the latest tonight at 5.

A southern Illinois hunter was injured after falling out of a tree stand this morning.

Missouri is expected to close five state parks for special deer hunts on two upcoming weekends.

A Chicago man has admitted to making a bomb threat at SIU-Carbondale.

Services are set next week for a 13-month-old suburban St. Louis boy who police say was fatally beaten by his mother.

After last nights story on Heartland News, a family member of a Southeast Mo. State student contacted authorities and he has admitted to duck dumping.

Carly O'Keefe reports the demolition of the old United Mine Workers of America Hospital in West Frankfort will happen soon.

The FDA has declared the blockbuster drug Avastin should no longer be used in breast cancer patients.

Like many organizations now days, the United Way of Southeast Missouri is facing budget cuts.

Julia Bruck will wrap up her 3-part series on the southern Ill. WW II veterans' "Honor Flight."

Bob Reeves says it won't be quite as cold tonight as last night, but rain could be moving in tomorrow afternoon.

Chad Fryman will be live in Kentucky updating us on the latest on high school playoff football.

Have a great evening,

James Long
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