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Mail processing center decisions, attempted child abductions, possible pay hike

This school board member from Holcomb is facing drug charges (Dunklin County SO) This school board member from Holcomb is facing drug charges (Dunklin County SO)
Donna Summer has died (Source: Wiki Commons) Donna Summer has died (Source: Wiki Commons)

The Postal Service has made its decision on the mail processing and distribution centers in Cape Girardeau, Carbondale, and Paducah. Christy Millweard will have more on this story tonight on Heartland News.

Bonne Terre police are looking for two suspects after two different attempted child abductions last evening.

A Holcomb school board member is facing drug charges for possession of marijuana.

Recently some of special prosecutor Kenny Hulshof's cases have been called into question. Two inmates have been released and last year Missouri's governor commuted the sentence of Richard Clay from death to life in prison. Now another Missouri man waits to learn his fate.  Holly Brantley will have more on this compelling story tonight at five and six.

We will have an update on the plans for the Old Federal Courthouse building in Cape Girardeau.

Meanwhile, Rev. Larry Rice, a man once interested in using the building, has been arrested.

A Perryville father could face charges after police say he left his toddler in the car.

5KFVS packet pickup location has changed due to construction on Broadway.

Donna Summer, the five-time Grammy award winning singer who dazzled the world with hits like Last Dance and Hot Stuff, has died. She was 63 years old.

Verizon is trying to end its grandfathered unlimited data plan, pushing customers to tiered data plans.

A sign outside St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in MA has stirred some controversy!

Researchers at the University of Missouri say they've identified an extract found in celery and other produce as a potential weapon against breast cancer.

A Murray State University student who pleaded guilty to wanton endangerment charges in a case involving bomb-making materials in his dorm room has gotten permission to re-enroll in classes.

Some people shopping Craigslist are getting a whole lot more than what they have bargained for. Crystal Britt will tell you about the connection between Craigslist and the rise of STDs tonight at six.

Illinois lawmakers are considering a plan to increase the minimum wage and let it rise automatically in the future to over $10 per hour. Carly O'Keefe talked to those for and against the pay hike.

Bob Reeves says the warm dry weather will continue, with the next best chance of rain coming on Monday.

Todd Richards will have highlights of a senior golf championship in Cape Girardeau, and what he calls the 'play of the year' in high school baseball!

Have a great evening!

James Long
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