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Restaurant traffic jam, Clay Waller update, possible T-storms

New judge and court date set for Clay Waller. New judge and court date set for Clay Waller.
There is a chance of T-storms in the Heartland. There is a chance of T-storms in the Heartland.

Good afternoon! Drivers traveling by Chik-fil-a Wednesday in Cape Girardeau may have noticed a bit of a traffic jam. Todd Tumminia will explain why tonight at five.

Clay Waller's arraignment will be held a week later than originally set, following the assignment of a new judge in his Cape Girardeau County murder case.

We will tell you about new developments regarding Missouri's oldest missing person's case.

Bob Reeves says there is a chance of possible t-storms throughout the week.

We are still seeing extreme drought conditions in parts of the Heartland. Crystal Britt shows you one Bootheel farm that is extremely dry.

A new federal court date is set for an accused cattle rustler with ties to the Heartland.

A mistrial motion is pending at Drew Peterson's murder trial after a state's witness let slip testimony that the defense says irreparably tainted jurors.

Illinois is making it illegal for employers to ask job-seekers to hand over passwords to their social networking accounts.

Gas prices are up as much as 20 cents per gallon from a few weeks ago. Check out the Top 10 lowest prices for gas in the Heartland.

The quarterly deadline to add numbers to Missouri's "Do Not Call List" was today. But there you can still sign up for next quarter.

The Scott County Sheriff's Office says since mid-June they have responded to several thefts from unlocked cars.

Illinois scratch-off lottery tickets stolen from Huck's Store in Murphysboro led to two arrests.

A county constable has been charged on one count of aggravated sexual exploitation of a minor.

The Affordable Care Act requirement that obligates insurance companies to provide female contraception for free is effective starting today.

Todd Richards will have news of a former Rend Lake runner who is set to participate in the Summer Games in London.

Have a great evening!

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