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Meg Herndon Memorial, Cattle buyer sentenced, Sikeston shooting suspect sought

A memorial service will be held for Meg Herndon tonight. A memorial service will be held for Meg Herndon tonight.
This local cattle buyer was sentenced to two years in federal prison today. This local cattle buyer was sentenced to two years in federal prison today.
DPS is searching for this man in connection to a shooting (Source: Sikeston DPS). DPS is searching for this man in connection to a shooting (Source: Sikeston DPS).

A memorial service will be held for Southeast Missouri State soccer player Meg Herndon tonight. The memorial is scheduled to take place at Houck Stadium at 7 p.m. Crystal Britt will be live from the university tonight at 5 & 6.

A local cattle buyer accused of stealing millions of dollars was sentenced to two years in federal prison Thursday. Kathy Sweeney gives us the details later on Heartland News at 5 & 6.

Sikeston Police say an argument Wednesday afternoon ended in gunfire and a man rushed to the hospital. Police are looking for a 26-year-old suspect.

Four people were injured in a rollover crash in Cape Girardeau at the intersection of William and Silver Springs.

NARS call center in Cape Girardeau is holding a job fair Thursday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. today bringing more jobs to town.  Meanwhile, Old Town Cape hosted a downtown Commercial Open House. It's all on the heals of a new casino opening soon in Cape.

Illinois State Police issued an Amber Alert for a three-week-old baby who was abducted from the back seat of a vehicle in Stark County, IL on Thursday.

Bob Reeves says to keep that umbrella handy if you are headed outside tonight or tomorrow.

Illinois agriculture officials say they're anticipating more than $52 million in export sales after a group of foreign buyers toured the state earlier this month.

A new poll states that 60% of Illinoisan's don't trust the government. Carly O'Keefe talked to a state legislator to find out the reasons why.

The wife of an imprisoned former Illinois sheriff has been sentenced to a half-year behind bars.

The Arkansas Supreme Court on Thursday upheld a proposed ballot measure that, if successful, would make the state the first in the South to legalize medical marijuana.

The manufacturer of the anesthetic blamed for Michael Jackson's death said Thursday it won't sell the drug for use in executions

A judge will decide later this year whether the conservative Illinois Family Institute and two Chicago-area churches can help defend Illinois' gay marriage ban.

According to the FBI, a Sikeston man has pleaded guilty to robbing a Lebanon, Missouri bank last month.

One day a Heartland woman was healthy and active, and the next day she was near death with doctors working together to frantically remove her hands and feet. Holly Brantley joins us live around 6:10 with this real life story of trial and inspiration.

And so long, replacement refs. The NFL's regular crews will be back on the field starting tonight.

Have a great evening - 

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