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Cooler temps, 1 yr. Waller anniversary, major house fire

This home suffered major fire damage today. This home suffered major fire damage today.
It is unseasonably cool for June 1st. It is unseasonably cool for June 1st.

 Today is a somber anniversary for many people in the Heartland. One year ago today is the last time anyone saw Jacque Waller.  Crystal Britt sat down with family members today and will have more tonight at five and six.

It was breezy and unseasonably cool today.  Bob Reeves says the cooler weather will continue for your outdoor plans this weekend.

Multiple crews were on the scene at a garage and house fire in Cape Girardeau County late this morning. The home is on County Road 206.  Hear from the homeowner at five.

The tornado that struck Harrisburg, Illinois on February 29, 2012, has claimed another life. According to Coroner Jerry Doug Watson, the total fatalities related to the tornado now stands at eight victims.

A Paducah doctor has been charged with drug trafficking after a lengthy investigation by Kentucky State Police.

Illinois Gov. Quinn did suggested Friday that, if the Tamms prison stays open, it won't remain a super-maximum-security lockup for troublesome inmates.

The parents of a central Kentucky kindergarten student have filed a $5 million lawsuit over their daughter being put into a dark room for six minutes as part of a timeout.

The widow of a man killed when an April storm knocked over a party tent near Busch Stadium in St. Louis is suing the bar.

Kathy Sweeney will have new details on a man accused of cattle theft in several states.

A new monthly report suggests economic growth is slowing in nine Midwest and Plains states, but the region remains healthy overall.

An advocacy groups says many same-sex Illinois couples in civil unions have troubles filing joint taxes, getting access to health benefits for their partner and adopting.

The Cardinals take on the Mets tonight at Busch and Todd Richards will have highlights of the game.

Have a great evening,

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