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Names released of shooting victims, S. IL home up in flames, Couple married almost 70 years

Police say two people were shot dead overnight at this apartment home (Source: Tyler Profilet). Police say two people were shot dead overnight at this apartment home (Source: Tyler Profilet).
This Gallatin County home went up in flames late this morning (Source: Allison Twaits). This Gallatin County home went up in flames late this morning (Source: Allison Twaits).
This couple has been married for nearly 70 years! (Source: cNews) This couple has been married for nearly 70 years! (Source: cNews)

The coroner has released the names of a man and woman killed in Cape Girardeau shooting overnight. Tyler Profilet has the latest details at 5.

A Gallatin County home has gone up in flames causing a town's main road to be shut down to traffic.

Bob Reeves says the rain will move out by tonight and we'll see sun tomorrow!

Meanwhile, the Northeast is bracing for several feet of snow forecast in some places.

After years of delays, Ballpark Village is finally in the works. The St. Louis Cardinals broke ground Friday on the $100 million project.

Looking for love that'll last a lifetime? Well, it turns out flowers, chocolate, and romance isn't the answer according to a Blodgett couple that's been married nearly 70 years. Crystal Britt's live at five with their story!

Volunteers at a Perryville school are making life easier for staff and students alike. Holly Brantley has the details tonight at 6.

Have a Valentines picture you want to share? You can e-mail pictures to cNews@kfvs12.com or click here to upload them.

Police in Mound City are investigating an armed robbery after sheriff's deputies say a suspect pointed a gun at a store clerk and a child.

Mount Vernon Police say two people are facing charges in connection to a shots fired report on Thursday evening.

A southern Illinois man has been ordered to stand trial on an involuntary manslaughter charge related to the death of a fellow tavern patron.

Doctors would be required to make ultrasound images available to women seeking abortions under legislation passed by the Senate on Friday.

A bill introduced in the Missouri Senate would explicitly give women the right to breastfeed in public.

It's Friday and that means Heartland Hoops with Todd Richards! He'll also recap wins last night by the Racers and Redhawks!

Find out why more and more people are now taking vacations from Facebook.

Have a great evening -

James Long
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