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Police seek shooting suspect, bank robbery gone awry, lead in lipstick

Police are looking for this bank robbery suspect who apparently changed her mind! Police are looking for this bank robbery suspect who apparently changed her mind!
Ladies, could there be lead in your lipstick? Ladies, could there be lead in your lipstick?

Tonight on Heartland News: One person ended up in a St. Louis hospital and police are looking for the suspect after a shooting in Carbondale Tuesday night. Arnold Wyrick will have more on this story live from Carbondale at five.

The names have been released of the two people killed in a four-vehicle crash Tuesday afternoon on the Interstate 24 bridge over the Ohio River.

Funeral arrangements have been set for three children killed in a crash on Interstate 55 near Hayti.

A Harrisburg, Ill. man was sentenced today to 15 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections for burglary.

Monday, employees a the Tamms Correctional Center started getting pink slips. A southern Illinois lawmaker has plans for the building.  Carly O'Keefe will tell us what tonight at six.

Police are looking for a would-be bank robber who apparently changed her mind midway through the crime!

A warning before you pucker up ladies, your lipstick could be covered in lead! Crystal Britt sat down with a doctor who discussed the dangers.

Officials from Camden, NJ are looking to identify and speak to the parents who put their baby in a washing machine at a laundromat.

We'll have an update from a story Crystal Britt first brought you in April about a Campbell, Missouri couple's fight for a Missouri law named in their son's honor.

Shareholders are suing Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook Inc. and banks who were underwriters for the social network, including Morgan Stanley, claiming information was concealed ahead of the Facebook's initial public offering, Reuters reports.

The American Civil Liberties Union is suing an eastern Missouri county in an effort to halt prayers at county commission meetings.

Driving onto an Interstate highway? Crossing a bridge on the way into work? Taking a tunnel under a river or bay? Get ready to pay.

We will give you an update on Melaina's Magical Playground!

It's grilling season, and this product could have you tossing aside the oven mitt and tongs.  Can The Amazing Glove take the heat from our test?

Todd Richards will have more on MO high school baseball sectionals, SEMO and SIU baseball.

Have a great evening,

James Long
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