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Community wants answers from newspaper, man ejected off lawn trailer

Candice Brown is accused of obstruction of justice in the murders of two young people from White County. Candice Brown is accused of obstruction of justice in the murders of two young people from White County.

You asked, we went to find the answers. A community is wanting to know why an article written by the editor ran in a local newspaper after a family submitted information about a local soldier's accomplishments. Todd Tumminia went to Madison County, Mo. to talk to those involved. Watch Heartland News at 6 tonight to hear what people have to say.

The girlfriend of a man accused of murdering a young couple from White County, Ill. has been arrested on an obstruction of justice charge.

One man was killed when he crashed his motorcycle into a school bus yesterday afternoon.

A Bismark, Mo. man was injured when he accidentally caused himself to be ejected from a moving lawn trailer. The driver is charged with felony assault, misdemeanor driving while intoxicated.

One man is in custody after he allegedly robbed a home and fled from police in Murphysboro, Ill. last night.

Four people were arrested Saturday night after Carbondale police received a call about a fight at the 400 block of West Mill Street.

Southeast Missouri State University has announced that during this week, motor scooter and motorcycle parking areas on campus will change in an effort to improve safety for the scooter and motorcycle drivers and pedestrians.

According to the a report, 13 states could have obesity rates over 60 percent by the year 2030.

The Alexander-Pulaski County USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) will soon have part-time business hours.

Union Pacific Railroad is urging hunters to resist the temptation of hunting near railroad tracks.

The Stoddard County Fair kicks off today in Dexter!

Laura Wibbenmeyer begins a series of one tank trip reports you can take with your family here in the Heartland! Today she went to Lazy L Safari Ranch in Cape Girardeau County.

Bob Reeves says the next chance of rain will be Friday.

See you for Heartland News at 5 and 6!

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