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Deadly shooting, cold case suspects in court, funny money verdict

One man is dead and another is shot in Palmersville after a shootout in Weakley County, Tennessee.  Christy Millweard will be live in Weakley County with the latest on this developing story tonight on Heartland News.

Meanwhile, two suspects made court appearances following four arrests Thursday in connection with the 1999 murder of cold case victim Carla Austin.

Two men have pleaded guilty to passing counterfeit money in several counties of southeast Missouri.

Bob Reeves says to expect a few lingering showers tomorrow, but then clearing.

No severe weather warnings tonight, but we have a new way for you to be prepared for when severe weather strikes. Join KFVS Digital Content Director Christy Hendricks at five for more information.

The captain says incorrect navigation lighting was the main cause of the collision of a barge and the Eggner's Ferry Bridge.

Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster announced on Friday that he has filed a consent decree to resolve environmental violations at Doe Run's Sweetwater Mine and Mill in Reynolds County.

A Tamaroa man turned himself in to the Perry County Sheriff's Office after a workplace beating left another man in a coma.

A routine bail hearing for George Zimmerman took a surprising turn into remorse and explanation Friday.

Crowds are showing up for the annual Cape Comic Con. We will have more on this story tonight at 5:18 p.m.

Brady Cunningham died in 2009 of a rare disease just shy of his first birthday.  His parents immediately went to work to get a state law passed that would potentially save other babies, but road blocks might be in sight to where it might not happen.  Crystal Britt will have more on this story tonight on Heartland News.

The Illinois Department of Corrections plans to save money by offering prison inmates brunch on Sundays.

Carly O'Keefe will have news of a brother and sister reunited after 46 years only to be torn apart by a brothers death, and now the sister faces uncertain funeral costs.

Todd Richards will have reaction from SEMO's new AD on recruiting in the Heartland.

Due to potential weather issues, KFVS12 now plans to WebCast Sunday's game with Tennessee Tech instead of Friday's game.

Have a great evening,

James Long
KFVS12 Web Producer

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