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KY missing boater, IL teens hurt in crash, MO drug bust

This Missouri man was put behind bars after a drug bust. This Missouri man was put behind bars after a drug bust.
The Obama family is visiting Illinois. The Obama family is visiting Illinois.

Crews are searching a Ballard County lake for a missing boater.  Our crews were in Ballard County today and we will show you where search and rescue is searching for the man.

A drug bust in south Cape Girardeau sends one man flying out a window, and puts two in jail.

Missouri Highway Patrol Trooper Clark Parrott said Interstate 55 is a known drug corridor. He said Memphis can be a hub, and crime can spread out from there via Interstate 40 or Interstate 55.

A Paducah man was killed in an overnight crash in McCracken County, Ky. 

Three southern Illinois teens were hurt in a rollover crash in Reynolds County.

Your weight is obviously tied to how you eat and how you exercise, but it may also be tied to what you do for a living.

It is a warm one out there! Laura will tell you when you can expect some rain for your crops, lawns and gardens!

Trail of Tears beach is still closed for work on the dam.

The United Way of Southern Illinois says they have until June 30 to fulfill their goal for programs for 2012 without an appeal.

Thousands of emails and letters are flooding the Missouri governor's office as he decides whether to sign health insurance legislation.

Back in January, President Barack Obama called for states to raise the minimum age at which students can drop out of high school. But almost six months later, his idea seems about as popular as a homework assignment on Friday afternoon.

President Barack Obama is back in Chicago for the weekend with his wife and daughters in their first visit home as a family in two years.

St. Louis manager Mike Matheny was ejected by home plate umpire Kerwin Danley in the first inning of Saturday's game against Kansas City arguing a reversed triple play call. Tyler Profilet will show you that call.

A tiny Missouri community is excited about the chance to bring a horse-slaughtering plant to town to operate out of its closed beef-packing plant.

Have a great evening,

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