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911 call with alleged abductor, Bicyclist dies, Hurricane Sandy

The 911 call with Shelton was released Friday. The 911 call with Shelton was released Friday.
One person is dead after a bicycle crash in Jefferson County. One person is dead after a bicycle crash in Jefferson County.
Hurricane Sandy 'Superstorm' is heading for the East Coast (Source: NOAA). Hurricane Sandy 'Superstorm' is heading for the East Coast (Source: NOAA).

For the first time, we are hearing audio from the 911 call Jeffrey Shelton made after police say he kidnapped Abigail Bertholf. We'll have the latest on what's next for Shelton tonight on Heartland News.

Forecasters have said Sandy could become an unusual mix of hurricane and winter storms blasting the East Coast during Halloween week.

Here in the Heartland, Bob Reeves says to expect a chilly night and a cool tomorrow.

There is an effort to save endangered fish in Perryville. Crystal Britt has the details. And, an endangered Mexican gray wolf will be released into the wild from a zoo in Illinois.

A death investigation is underway in Jefferson County, Illinois after a bicyclist is killed in a crash.

Police are still looking for a suspect after a reported store robbery in Cape Girardeau.

Police say there have been several garage and pole barn burglaries recently just outside of Marion, Illinois.

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

Holly Brantley tells us what Cairo schools are doing to boost test scores.

A New York City police officer appeared in court today on accusations he plotted to kidnap, kill and - cook and eat women.

Federal health inspectors say they found bacteria and mold growing in rooms that were supposed to be kept sterile at the pharmacy linked to a deadly outbreak of meningitis.

And, we'll tell you about a Memphis kindergarten teacher who has been suspended without pay for comments she made about her students on her Facebook page.

Todd Richards talks with Jackson High School's head football coach about upcoming district play.

Halloween is the time for candy, costumes and trick-or-treating! With many festivities kicking off this weekend. Police want parents to review safety tips with their little ‘goblins'.

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