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Gas station fire investigation, K9 training, tornadoes hit Midwest

Fire crews battle a large blaze at a gas station overnight near Brosely.  The fire marshal is investigating and the sheriff calls it suspicious.

Holly Brantley was in Brosley today and will have reaction tonight on Heartland News from neighbors who witnessed the fire and who depend on that station in the community.

Three fires in three weeks have fire crews in Naylor, Missouri looking for answers.

Fire damaged a Union County home late Sunday morning.

Four possible tornadoes have been spotted in Oklahoma, just the beginning of more severe weather expected for the Midwest Sunday after tornadoes on Saturday killed two children and three adults in the state.

A Tornado Watch is in effect for parts of the Heartland until 12 a.m. Monday morning. Laura Wibbenmeyer will tell us what weather to expect overnight tonight on Heartland News.

Nearly 30 K-9s and their handlers are going through the America Working Dog Association certification process, also known as AWADA.

Five people were injured overnight after a pickup truck ran off the road and hit some trees.  One man received serious injuries and was flown to a St. Louis hospital.

According to State Police, one person was killed and several people were injured after a multi-car crash Friday afternoon in Pulaski County.

New 911 ambulance service will begin Monday in Franklin County, IL.

Hundreds showed up Sunday to walk and run raising awareness for Autism.

The Missouri Department of Transportation says Interstate 55 will be reduced to one lane with a 12-foot width restriction between Benton and Scott City while a contractor crew starts asphalt overlay.

Beautiful spring flowers are growing throughout the Heartland! View our slideshow here.

Chad Fryman will have player reaction after Mizzou's spring football game, and Cardinals-Cubs highlights.

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