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Winter weather update, New MO/IL laws, SEMO win

Mother nature took another shot at the Heartland Friday and Saturday morning.  A snow storm blew through the area dropping several inches of snow from southeast Missouri into southern Illinois.

One wrecker service says they even saw their business jump this week. We'll have the details at 6 p.m. Check out these pictures sent in by viewers of the snow!

Jaime Travers says there is a chance of rain or snow developing on Monday.

Deputies say a driver blamed a GPS unit for ending up in wrong lanes on an interstate, nearly colliding with several vehicles.

Two people were injured after a crash backed up traffic Saturday afternoon on Interstate 55.

Advances in cell phone technology are causing problems for some judges who are grappling with the question of whether the devices need to be banned entirely from courtrooms.

A new Illinois law taking effect with the new year outlines penalties for adults who host parties in their homes with underage drinking.

The new year is bringing an increase to Missouri's minimum wage and the end of an open records exemption that has covered response plans and security systems.

Josh Frydman has highlights of today's SEMO win over UT Martin. If you missed the game, you can watch the archived WebCast here.

Have a great night -

James Long
KFVS-12 Digital Content Producer
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