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Deadly shooting investigation, Ky. teen found safe, Waller search

A Catron, Missouri area man is dead following a shooting early Saturday morning.  We will show you where the shooting allegedly took place tonight on Heartland News.

A missing Graves County girl suspected of being kidnapped was found safe and is on her way home to her family.

A New Madrid County man is facing various stolen gun and illegal drug charges.

Crews were out early today searching for missing mother of three Jacque Waller. Hear from an investigator on the case tonight on Heartland News.

Two men are accused of breaking into a church and taking electronics from the building in Essex, Mo.

A Mayfield man is accused of taking jewelry from a home and then reselling it.

A Morley man was taken into custody after a business found several Xanax pills on the floor.

We will take you to a Farm Show held today at the David M. Barton Agriculture Research Center, and sponsored by the Collegiate Farm Bureau at Southeast Missouri State University.

Dozens of people raced in high-heels to support families affected by brain cancer in Jackson this morning!

A group held it's annual yard sale to support troops overseas in Carterville.

There was an Obesity Awareness Walk that took place in Energy, Illinois. Arnold Wyrick talked with two doctors and a woman who struggled with being obese, and has now lost more than a 150 pounds!

Over 1000 people showed up for the opening of the Cape Riverfront Market in downtown Cape Girardeau.

Laura Wibbenmeyer says it will be partly cloudy and mild overnight. Maybe we'll see the Supermoon!

Chad Fryman will have highlights from today's Kentucky Derby!

Have a great evening!

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