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Man accused of murdering mother, 50 years on the job, old baseball cards

This man is accused of stabbing his mother to death in Murray, Ky. This man is accused of stabbing his mother to death in Murray, Ky.
Officials at the Du Quoin State Fair announced there are 120 jobs available for this year's Du Quoin State Fair. Officials at the Du Quoin State Fair announced there are 120 jobs available for this year's Du Quoin State Fair.
A girl jumped from a sky ride during a storm at a beach in New Jersey. (Source: YouTube) A girl jumped from a sky ride during a storm at a beach in New Jersey. (Source: YouTube)

One man is in custody after police say he stabbed his mother to death in Murray, Ky.

Tonight on Heartland News at 10, Christy Millweard talks to a pharmacist about any differences between name brand and generic prescription drugs.

Tonight on Heartland News at 9 on Fox 23, a local woman has achieved something few will ever experience. This hard working woman was honored today for working 50 years at a store in Dexter!

A woman made it out safely from a house fire in Cairo, Ill.

As authorities continue the nationwide search for accused cattle rustler Ron Shepard, alleged victims in five states join forces to go after him in federal court.

A Mt. Vernon, Ill. man was killed after his truck hit a power pole.

The Butler County, Mo. Sheriff's Office arrested five people in connection with a string of burglaries that began around the second week of June in the Eastern Butler County area.

An Olive Branch, Ill. woman pleaded guilty to filing a false police report in which she accused Illinois State Police Officers of sexually assaulting her.

Illinois lawmakers aren't giving up their fight against Gov. Pat Quinn's plan to close prisons and juvenile facilities.

Missouri Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder and top Republican legislative leaders are challenging the ballot summary of a health care measure appearing before voters in November.

Gov. Jay Nixon has signed into law more than two dozen bills covering a variety of topics, including disturbances of worship services, workers' compensation and child care providers.

Nixon has asked the federal government to declare 114 Missouri counties agriculture disaster areas because of drought conditions.

Winery owners say the drought and heat is good and bad news for their crop.

Cell phone companies receive more than 3,000 requests for phone records every day from law enforcement officials - and that number is rising.

Officials at the Du Quoin State Fair announced there are 120 jobs available for this year's Du Quoin State Fair.

Check out this video! Beach-goers use the Sky Ride in Seaside Heights, NJ to glide above the boardwalk. But on Saturday, the usually calm trip turned scary when the power went out. One teenager didn't want to wait for rescue and jumped off.

Family members cleaning out their grandfather's attic in Ohio have stumbled across a find that could be worth millions: century-old baseball cards of such Hall of Famers as Ty Cobb, Honus Wagner and Cy Young.

There's nothing like love at first sight, err bite. So goes the story of a furry blue Muppet and his affinity for chocolate chip cookies, sang to the tune of "Call me Maybe."Sesame Street's favorite calorie consumer Cookie Monster is the latest in a long line of aspiring musicians to cover the song that has left the internet needing a new term for the word "viral."

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