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7 killed in shooting, Storm damage, Water woes

Storm damage in southern Ill. Storm damage in southern Ill.
Water woes in Fredericktown. Water woes in Fredericktown.

At least seven people have been killed after a gunman opened fire at a Sikh Temple Sunday in a Milwaukee suburb, according to reports.

Storms from last night have left some damage in areas of southern Illinois.

Bob Reeves says there is a chance of strong thunderstorms this evening for western Kentucky and northwestern Tennessee.

Thousands of fish are dying in the Midwest as the sizzling summer dries up rivers and raises water temperatures in some spots to nearly 100 degrees.

Even with rain this weekend one town in Madison County, Missouri is facing a water shortage. And, residents are asked to conserve their usage. Todd Tumminia is just back from Fredericktown and tells us what's causing the shortage.

Habitat for Humanity had a home dedication today in Williamson County. Arnold Wyrick will tell us who will benefit from this home tonight on Heartland News.

Grand Avenue Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Charleston kicked off their first ever after school program today. They reached out to children and parents in the community to raise awareness about the program.

Experts say Lyme disease is likely under diagnosed in Kentucky in part because it is so rarely seen in the state.

Don't throw away those coffee grounds after your morning Joe! 

Omar Tellow will have PGA and Olympic Games results.

Have a great evening

James Long
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