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Postal service to close Heartland distribution centers

The U.S. Postal Service has decided to move the processing and distribution centers in Cape Girardeau, Carbondale, and Paducah. Crystal Britt will tell us where our mail will be going and why it is being rerouted tonight at five.

At 5:04, we will have new details about who bought the old federal building in Cape Girardeau. We will hear from the new owner and the mayor of Cape Girardeau on what the plans are now for the building.

Bob Reeves says there is a slight chance of severe thunderstorms this evening, before cooler and drier weather moves in tomorrow.

Holly Brantley finds out why a dog in Chaffee was put down and the family was told otherwise by law enforcement. You don't want to miss this story tonight at 5:02.

The investigation into a deadly fire overnight in Pinckneyville is underway. The Pinckneyville police chief says a 63-year-old man died in the fire.

A Union County teen accused of stabbing his mother and his ex-girlfriend's sister, then leading police on a high speed chase Monday evening in Union County now faces charges.

A Jackson, Mo. native and creator of 'Ghost Rider' owes $17K. We will find out the details at 5:06.

Seven U.S. Marines were killed Wednesday night when two helicopters collided midair over the dessert in a training exercise near Yuma, AZ.

You have heard of menopause, but what about 'Manopause?' find out more in our health segment at 5:22.

Noranda Aluminum, Inc. in New Madrid will be expanding to the tune of $38 million. Find out what the plans are tonight at 6.

Many are for keeping the Tamms supermax prison around, but one advocate would like to see it leave. Carly O'Keefe will have more tonight at 6:03.

Todd Richards will have scores and highlights from district play in high school basketball.

And, check this out: Baby American bald eagles are causing a stir in Texas, with spectators flocking to see the birds before they take flight in about a week.

Have a great evening,

James Long
KFVS12 Web Producer
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