Homicide investigation, 2 house fires and a freeze warning

Police are investigating a deadly overnight shooting in Charleston where a 27-year-old man was killed. We will have the latest on this story tonight.
With a freeze warning in Wednesday night's forecast, many of us are wondering what we should do to protect our plants
Laura Wibbenmeyer visited an orchard today and got some great tips she will share on what you should do to save your plants.
Bob Reeves will have more on the freeze warning, as well as the chances of rain coming in on Friday.
The city of Cape Girardeau now offers a list of Cape Girardeau's most wanted.  You can click here to visit the city online and see the most wanted. 
And, an accused pornographer has replaced bin Laden on America's Most Wanted list.
The embattled neighborhood watch captain who admitted to shooting and killing Florida teenager will be facing charges, according to the Washington Post.
The owner of a Malden tanning salon pleaded guilty yesterday to child porn and invasion of privacy after police say he secretly filmed female patrons. Holly Brantley got reaction today from one of the victims.
Holly will also have more on a new task force taking shape in Dunklin County because of this investigation.
Carly O'Keefe reports that Hardin County is seeing some changes in county leadership with a new sheriff and state's attorney. She will have more on this story tonight at six.
A Johnston City man accused of stealing from his employer is back behind bars on forgery charges, this time from his most current employer.
Two eastern Missouri middle school principals are expected to face misdemeanor charges, alleging they violated the Missouri Safe Schools Act by failing to report violence.
Federal workplace-safety officials are levying a $231,000 fine against a company that operates a southern Illinois pasta plant for violations linked to an explosion that injured two workers last October.
A Wednesday morning fire in Paducah is under investigation.  And, a family made it out safely after a house fire early Wednesday morning just south of Blodgett.
The Amish are now exempt from a longstanding requirement that they attach orange signs to their horse-drawn buggies.
Todd Richards will have Redhawks' softball and St. Louis Cardinals' baseball highlights from today's game in Cincinnati.
Have a great evening,

James Long
KFVS12 Web Producer

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