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Deadly Ky. house fire leaves two dead, one seriously injured

According to police, two young adults died and a third person is in a Nashville hospital after a house fire overnight in Mayfield, Kentucky.  Arnold Wyrick will have more from Mayfield tonight on Heartland News.

Authorities say one man has died, and his 3-year-old child flown to a hospital in Memphis after the house he was tearing down collapsed.  We will show you the home and hear from the victim's father tonight on Heartland News.

This story has gotten a lot of feedback on our facebook page.  Authorities are investigating the killing of a woman and three children at a campground and resort in eastern Missouri as a possible triple-murder suicide.

Today is the 87th anniversary of the deadly 
Tri-State Tornado that killed nearly 700 people.

Illinois legislators are looking at an unexpected source of money to reverse cuts in sexual assault services - strip clubs.

A fire caused extensive fire and smoke damage Saturday evening to a Cape Girardeau home.

Authorities in southern Illinois say two teenagers have been arrested for allegedly climbing a water tower.

The City of Anna has issued a city-wide boil water order until further notice.

Chad Fryman will have highlights of today's NCAA tournament games.

Laura Wibbenmeyer says if you liked the weather today, we will enjoy much of the same for the next several days!

Join us for Heartland News on FOX23 at 9 and at 10 on KFVS!

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