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Police investigate overnight stabbing

Darin Hickey with the Cape Girardeau Police Department said officers responded to a local hospital a little after 2 a.m. Friday after a stabbing victim was brought in.

The Kentucky State Police is asking for the public's help in finding an inmate who they say walked away from the McCracken County Jail.

Authorities are looking for western Ky. man accused of stalking a woman.

Jefferson County Sheriff Oliver "Glenn" Boyer said the body of a man found in the bed of a pickup in DeSoto, Mo. Wednesday night has been identified as a missing man.

Some people in the Heartland are upset at the idea of flying American flags at half-staff in honor of Whitney Houston.

Snow is in the forecast for some areas of the Heartland this weekend. Laura Wibbenmeyer will tell us where and how much to expect!

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says crews will be unable to pre-treat area highways because of rain that is expected to come before the snow Saturday night into Sunday morning.

Police say a terrorism suspect has been arrested in an FBI sting operation near the U.S. Capitol while planning to detonate what he thought were explosives.

Dozens of wild horses from yearlings to five-year-olds will be up for adoption this weekend at Flickerwood Arena near Fruitland.

Holly Brantley will tell us how some women from Advance have lost over 400 pounds!

Some state workers in Illinois were promised raises in July, but they have not seen the extra cash. Carly O'Keefe interviews state workers and finds out what the holdup is.

Julia Bruck says it's that time of year again when many are thinking about taxes and that refund check. But experts say think twice when it comes to getting a refund anticipation loan. She will have the latest on this trend tonight at six.

Recall-plagued Johnson & Johnson is pulling all infant Tylenol off the U.S. market because some parents have had problems with redesigned bottles, introduced three months ago, that the company touted as a big safety improvement to make measuring doses easier.

Todd Richards will have all of your Heartland Hoops scores and highlights including Perryville, St. Vincent, Anna-Jonesboro, Cobden and Cape vs. Dexter.

Have a great evening,

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