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Hunter says mystery man saved his life

Jeff Gribble says a mystery man saved his live after his three-wheeler flipped on top of him into a 6 foot ditch. Jeff Gribble says a mystery man saved his live after his three-wheeler flipped on top of him into a 6 foot ditch.

A Dunklin County hunter was pinned under a three-wheeler, badly injured and all but certain he would die until a mystery man appeared. Holly Brantley talked to the hunter who is looking for the Good Samaritan he believes saved his life.

A food pantry manager in Sikeston is accused of sexually assaulting a woman. Todd Tumminia talked with the victim's mother about the alleged incident.

A daycare owner in Cape Girardeau was arrested and charged with felony distribution of a controlled substance near a school.

A federal judge has refused to issue a preliminary injunction against a Missouri law making it a crime to disturb worship services.

A Dowell, Ill. resident has won $1 million in the Illinois lottery Powerball.

Missouri Lottery officials say someone still hasn't claimed a winning $65,000 Show Me Cash prize that was sold in Cape Girardeau.

An Army veteran says a Veterans Administration nurse repeatedly put ice packs on his penis after surgery, causing frostbite and gangrene and ultimately led to the organ's amputation.

An Oregon man trying to feed his 700-pound hogs was eaten by the animals Thursday, and sheriff's deputies are trying to determine what led up to his death.

Check out this video! The Buffalo Bill Downhill race is also nicknamed the "bloodspill." Contestant Ryan Vitale now knows why. Reaching a speed of 40 miles per hour on his skateboard, Vitale slams into a deer on Lookout Mountain in Colorado.

The website 24/7 Wallst.com released the top 10 disappearing jobs. Check out what jobs made the list and see if you should consider a career change.

The Fall Cover Photo Contest for our County News Facebook pages began Monday, September 24 with photo submissions and we have decided to push back the date for voting. Send us fall photos from your county to cnews@kfvs12.com.

Bob Reeves says the weather will start to feel more like fall as a cold front comes through on Friday.

Have a great night!

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