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Train victim identified, Waller search and deadly farm incident

Police say a pedestrian was killed after being hit by a train overnight Anna.  The man has been identified as a 28-year-old Anna man. Arnold Wyrick will have more on this story tonight on Heartland News.

Volunteers and search crews were combing areas of Scott County looking for clues surrounding the disappearance of Jacque Waller.

An investigation into the death of a Murphysboro woman hit by a vehicle is underway, according to news release from the Murphysboro Police Department. 

Specialist Brock Howland attended the birth of his son in Michigan via Skype, a video conferencing program, while stationed in Afghanistan.

A fire damaged a shelter at Trail of Tears State Forest in Jonesboro, Illinois.

A Corning, Arkansas man is dead following a farm implement and car crash in Dunklin County, Missouri.

A Chesterfield man was killed after a rollover crash Friday in St. Francois County.

Three inmates are back in custody in Kentucky.  One inmate was serving an 8-year sentence for second-degree complicity to robbery out of McCracken County.  Police say Anthony Kendrick helped to rob the US Bank branch on Bridge Street in Paducah on January 19, 2010.

Mattel will begin producing a bald friend of Barbie starting next year.

The owner of the Moto Mart in the small town of Red Bud, Ill., thought it was a joke when she was told a lottery ticket sold at her convenience store was a winner.

Laura Wibbenmeyer says tomorrow we will see sunshine and it will be very warm with near-record high temps!

Also we go to a dance-a-thon for Children's Miracle Network, and see volunteers use their talents to clean up civil war museum grounds.

Have a great evening,

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