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Violent attack, Vehicle vs. train, Cross to shine again

A Van Buren woman is in hospital after a her throat was cut. A Van Buren woman is in hospital after a her throat was cut.
Three people were injured after a vehicle vs. train crash near Dudley. Three people were injured after a vehicle vs. train crash near Dudley.
The cross at Alto Pass will once again shine. The cross at Alto Pass will once again shine.

Coming up tonight on Heartland News: Investigators say an argument between two people led to a violent attack where a woman's throat was cut.

First responders were kept busy with several wrecks Saturday morning.

Three people were injured Saturday morning after the vehicle they were in collided with a train near Dudley, Missouri.

A Doniphan man was injured in a tractor-trailer wreck Saturday morning in Mississippi County.

Four teenagers were injured after the car they were in hit a tree Saturday morning near Morley, Missouri.

After a small town tragedy, urban advocates are saying new gun control talk is long overdue.

A local landmark in Alto Pass left in the dark by vandals will once again shine this evening.

Laura Wibbenmeyer says we may see some "white stuff" Christmas week.

There are only days are between now and Christmas day and many people are rushing to the stores to find that last minute gift. Are you one of those panicked shoppers? Allison Twaits has the details from Benton tonight at 9.

Due to low water levels, a rock containing what is believed to be an ancient map has emerged in the Mississippi River in southeast Missouri.

Tyler Stone scored 28 points, including two free throws with 28 seconds left that gave UMKC a 66-65 victory over Southeast Missouri State on Saturday. Todd Richards will have highlights.

Have a great evening -

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