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Deer season, Warmer weather, I-55 rollover crash, Loughner sentenced

Convicted mass shooter Jared Loughner was sentenced today in Arizona. Convicted mass shooter Jared Loughner was sentenced today in Arizona.
Young Mo. deer hunters had a successful season in the state. Young Mo. deer hunters had a successful season in the state.
Crews were called to this crash on I-55 this morning. Crews were called to this crash on I-55 this morning.

Missouri's younger hunters bagged more than 19,000 deer in the first youth weekend deer hunt of the season.

And in Mississippi County authorities say two alleged deer poachers were apprehended after a high speed chase. Allison Twaits, our newest reporter here at Heartland News, has the details tonight at 5.

Viewers have started sending in pictures of their trophy deer this season. Send your trophy deer pictures to cNews@kfvs12.com or upload them here. Include a description, please.

Bob Reeves says a warming trend continues through Sunday, and after that possibly rain.

Crystal Britt has the details behind a March of Dimes event going on today in Cape Girardeau.

A grand opening ceremony was scheduled for 1pm at the a new VA outpatient clinic, which is located at 1130 East Walnut St. in Carbondale.  Meanwhile, Veterans were celebrated today at a school in Sikeston.

Crews were on the scene of an injury crash Thursday morning at 7:54 a.m. in Cape Girardeau.

Meanwhile, crews responded to the scene of a rollover crash on Interstate 55 Thursday morning.

A western Ky. man faces charges of 1st degree rape, victim incapable of consent/physically helpless.

If you received word that your Twitter account password was reset, no need for concern, most likely the company says your account was not hacked.

And, a Vatican spokesman said Thursday that Pope Benedict XVI will start tweeting from a personal Twitter account

A new judge overseeing the case against a Murray State basketball player who pleaded guilty to hitting a couple with his car has rejected a plea deal that recommends pretrial diversion.

Residents in some rural counties have sent a message to Illinois lawmakers: Legalize the right to carry concealed weapons.

Convicted mass shooter Jared Loughner was sentenced to seven life terms in prison plus 140 years.

Ole Miss students say they are embarrassed after a protest against the re-election of President Barack Obama grew into crowd of about 400 people with shouted racial slurs on election night.

It's been twenty years since the murder of Mischelle Lawless. It's a case Scott County investigators continue to work every day. Holly Brantley asks investigators when they think the case will be solved.

Northeastern states are getting slammed with a one-two punch as a powerful winter storm wreaks havoc on the area that is still recovering from Superstorm Sandy.

Former Cardinals manager Tony LaRussa is speaking in Cape Girardeau tonight. Todd Richards will have more with the Redbirds former skipper tonight on Heartland News at 10.

Have a great evening -

James Long

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