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Daycare shut down, Fire destroys home, IL man killed in crash

First, a follow-up to a story we first told you about on Friday, where the state of Missouri moved in and shut down a Cape Girardeau daycare on possible drug charges.

This has parents and guardians scrambling to look for childcare elsewhere. Hear from one grandmother who told Todd Tumminia that she pulled her grandchild out of the daycare before the allegations, and says she's glad she did.

Police are investigating an overnight shooting in Carbondale where one person was taken to the hospital. Arnold Wyrick has the latest from Carbondale.

A Williamson County family's home was destroyed by fire Saturday evening. The family lost everything they owned, but got out safely.

A Saline County man was killed in a crash on Interstate 57 in Williamson County.

Authorities in White County, Illinois are searching for a man who went missing after his kayak overturned in the Little Wabash River.

Jaime Travers says to be sure and keep your umbrella handy tonight through Tuesday.

A year after 10-month-old Lisa Irwin disappeared from her Kansas City home police say they still want a "one-on-one" discussion with the baby's mother.

A 19-year-old Illinois mother has been charged with dumping her 3-week-old daughter along a road and lying to police about the baby's whereabouts.

And, police continue to search for leads in connection to two missing kids from Tennessee.

Five weeks to Election Day, President Barack Obama is within reach of the 270 electoral votes needed to win a second term. Republican Mitt Romney's path to victory is narrowing.

Josh Frydman will have NFL highlights, recap Friday's Jackson-Sikeston football game and show you today's Cardinals-Nationals highlights.

Join Crystal Britt, Jaime Travers, Todd Tumminia, Arnold Wyrick and Josh Frydman tonight at 5, 9 and 10...

Have a great evening -

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