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Kathy Sweeney Investigates: Synthetic Sudden Death, Investigators speak out about alleged abductor

A Poplar Bluff man's death less than an hour after a violent outburst at a local convenience store is tied to his use of bath salts.  Local experts explain how the synthetic drug caused his death, as family and friends remember him and hope others learn from his sudden passing.

Watch a Special Report tonight at 10 p.m. as Kathy Sweeney Investigates: Synthetic Sudden Death.

Investigators and Abigail's family continue to piece together the details of Wednesday's abduction in Poplar Bluff. Holly Brantley talked to Abigail's mother and investigators.

MOCHIP, or Missouri Child Identification Program is designed to help families if their children ever go missing or are abducted. In light of recent abductions, many parents these days say they'll do whatever it takes. Crystal Britt has the details.

Carly O'Keefe says there's an investigation underway into what sparked a fire at the Hardin County Work Camp.

The Tennessee Highway Patrol are investigating after one person died in a two vehicle accident in Weakly County. Authorities say one of those vehicles was a school bus.

A couple of weeks ago on Heartland News we introduced you to a young man from Fredericktown who seemed to beat all the odds his entire life. Sadly, on Wednesday 23-year-old Joshua Jarrett died unexpectedly at St. Louis hospital.

Marion police are looking for someone accused of stealing deer blinds from a store's parking lot.

Todd Richards has district high school playoff football scores and highlights.

And, Bob Reeves says it will be quite a bit cooler tomorrow than today!

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