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Body of missing boater found, Dangerous heat, More burn bans

Temperatures in the triple digits are headed to the Heartland. Temperatures in the triple digits are headed to the Heartland.
Several more Heartland cities and towns are under burn bans. Several more Heartland cities and towns are under burn bans.

Search crews have recovered the body of a missing man after two boats collided on Rend Lake Tuesday afternoon. One woman has also died from injuries sustained in the crash. Carly O'Keefe will have more with the Franklin County Sheriff from Rend Lake tonight at five and six.

Bob Reeves says scorching temperatures in the 100s are coming - and no rain is in sight.

The Anna Fire Department responded to a brush fire on Kratzinger Hollow Road Wednesday morning.

At six, find out exactly how hot it is inside a fireman's suit.  And, Tom Tumminia has some tips on what to do to lower your A/C bill.

Several more burn and fireworks bans are in effect throughout the Heartland due to the dry conditions.

The American Red Cross is urging residents to take precautions against the heat. And they are sharing some safety tips for Independence Day.

Perry and Cape Girardeau County Sheriff's Offices have each launched a new smart phone app that allows the office to communicate more effectively with their communities.

Missouri voters will get a say this November on one of the provisions of the federal health care law - no matter whether the U.S. Supreme Court upholds or rejects it.

Gov. Jay Nixon vetoed an education bill that would have made it easier for some students to transfer to other districts.

Gov. Pat Quinn has signed a law that requires coaches and university employees to report cases of abuse.

The Illinois State Board of Education announced that 1,900 sites will serve breakfast and lunch to people ages 18 and younger during summer vacation. We will tell you if there is a site near you tonight at five.

Just before the Supreme Court breaks for summer vacation, justices will hand down their decision on the constitutionality of the Obama Administration's 2010 healthcare law Thursday.

A St. Francois County man's honesty during a job interview with the state Highway Patrol got him arrested when, according to the interviewer, he acknowledged inappropriately touching a child.

Authorities say a Kentucky woman used a coffee cup to stop a 23-year-old man who was allegedly raping her 13-year-old daughter.

Herrin police have busted a business for selling synthetic drugs.

Simply toss corn in its husk in the microwave, and a few minutes later, you have corn without any silk on it, but Does it Work?

Todd Richards says college football will finally have a playoff. Come 2014, the BCS is dead.

Have a great evening,

James Long
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