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SIU student falls from window, Tornado watch, Heartland Football Friday

Here's a look at the radar from 1:30 p.m. today. Here's a look at the radar from 1:30 p.m. today.
A student was injured after falling four stories. A student was injured after falling four stories.
It's Heartland Football Friday! It's Heartland Football Friday!

Remnants of Hurricane-Tropical Storm Isaac are making it's way into the Heartland. Bob Reeves is watching the radar and says there is the potential for severe weather today into tonight. 

There's Tornado Watch for portions of the KFVS viewing area in MO, IL, KY and AR until 10 p.m. CDT.

SIU police are investigating after a student fell from a residence hall window early Friday morning.

White County Crime Stoppers is offering a $2,000 reward for information leading to the location of Jacob Wheeler.

We are continuing our coverage of the Heartland man who was killed by a grizzly bear in Alaska.  Today, Todd Tumminia spoke with the family who just returned from California where Richard White lived.

There's a huge call for help for an organization that fights for kids whose lives have been turned upside down. They need volunteers like never before. Crystal Britt's live in the studio at five to explain.

The deadline for an agreement between the United Steel Worker's Union and Noranda Aluminum will expire Friday.

Police are searching for a man suspected of manufacturing methamphetamine in Murray, Ky.

President Barack Obama will visit Louisiana on Monday to examine water and wind damage in the wake of Isaac.

After watching Clint Eastwood last night at the GOP convention, people on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr and other social media sites are posting pictures of them talking to or pointing at an empty chair!

Several communities in the Heartland are holding Labor Day weekend festivities.

There will also be extra patrols over the holiday weekend.

It's Heartland Football Friday!

The remnants of Hurricane Isaac will soon hover over the Heartland bringing with it potential for storms. Some schools moved their games up one night, and other changed start times for Friday.

The Mules travel to Dexter to take on the Bearcats. If you can't make it to the game Randy Ray hosts the live WebCast Friday night.

Have a safe weekend!

James Long
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