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Deadly fire, terror plot foiled, Dippin' Dots sold

One person was injured in a I-24 Lyon County, Ky. crash. One person was injured in a I-24 Lyon County, Ky. crash.
Dippin' Dots has sold to an Okla. City group. Dippin' Dots has sold to an Okla. City group.

Tonight on Heartland News: This just in to our newsroom this afternoon, one person was killed in an early morning house fire in Marion.  Arnold Wyrick will have more on this story tonight at six.

Also, we will show you where Marion crews worked an electrical fire this morning. The house has major smoke and fire damage.

A man was put behind bars after officers say he was involved in a fight with gun and ran from police in Herrin.

State Police say a woman was hospitalized after rollover crash Saturday on Interstate 24 in western Kentucky.

In national news, a chain collision that damaged six school buses and a car on Saturday trapped one driver east of Atlanta and forced medical officials to examine more than 50 other people for injuries.

Chrysler is recalling nearly 87,000 Jeep Wranglers in the U.S., Canada and elsewhere due to a risk of fires.

Prosecutors say three men arrested in a raid on a Chicago apartment had planned to attack President Barack Obama's campaign headquarters.

The winner of this year's Boston Marathon is lending his support to a half-marathon planned next year in western Kentucky.

We had an amazing crowd this morning in downtown Cape Girardeau! Thanks to everyone who participated in the 4th Annual 5KFVS run/walk! The results will be posted online Sunday. View our slideshow here.

Dippin' Dots has sold to an Okla. City group, but will remain headquartered at Paducah, Ky.

Arnold Wyrick attended a southern Ill. meal where everything used to cook the meal was all World War II material.

Laura Wibbenmeyer says we could see some much needed rain soon!

Tyler Profilet will have SEMO vs. SIUE game highlights and S. Illinois Miners baseball highlights.

Have a great evening,

James Long
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