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Eyes on the weather, police chief on leave, miracle donation

Perryville Police Chief Keith Tarrillion is on leave while the city investigates a complaint against him. Perryville Police Chief Keith Tarrillion is on leave while the city investigates a complaint against him.
Search crews recovered one body today following an explosion last night at Country Club Plaza in Kansas City. Search crews recovered one body today following an explosion last night at Country Club Plaza in Kansas City.

Good afternoon to you! Eyes are on the sky and lots of people have been checking out our weather pages online as the Midwest gets ready for a potentially dangerous storm.

Winter weather advisories and winter storm warnings/watches are posted for much of the Heartland for early tomorrow morning through the day.

Bob Reeves says he expects a wintry mix to begin hitting the western counties of the Heartland tomorrow morning. While northern Missouri is expecting to receive more snow, Bob says the morning commute tomorrow could be slippery in our northwest counties. So be careful!

We already have one school cancel classes for tomorrow. See a full list at kfvs12.com/schoolclosings and on our news apps for Android and iOS.

Make sure you have our news and weather apps downloaded on your phone for the latest info!

The City of Perryville is investigating a complaint from a member of the police department against the chief of police. Crystal Britt will have more tonight on Heartland News at 5.

Authorities are investigating a body found in a parking lot of a business in Advance, Mo.

A young Paducah man has waived a preliminary hearing, sending manslaughter charges against him to a grand jury. He is accused of accidentally shooting his girlfriend's 3-year-old son.

Search crews recovered one body today following an explosion last night at the popular JJ's Restaurant on the Country Club Plaza in Kansas City.

The Missouri Senate gives the green light to a bill that would allow schools to teach a gun safety program to students in first grade. This has schools across the Heartland talking. Todd Tumminia traveled to Advance and explains more tonight on Heartland News at 5.

Would your boss put her life on the line to save yours? That's exactly what happened to Deborah Smoot when she found out her kidneys were failing. Tonight, meet the woman who signs her paychecks, and also happened to be a perfect donor match. Crystal Britt takes you on their miraculous journey, tonight on Heartland News at 6.

A Northwest Tennessee volunteer disaster agency responds to unusual information circulating, alleged threats and reports they're closing down. Holly Brantley went to Obion County today to investigate the allegations surrounding Northwest Tennessee Disaster Services.

Today the Postal Service announced plans to come out with a line of clothing and accessories called "Rain Heat & Snow."

Missouri senators have endorsed legislation honoring St. Louis Cardinals great Stan Musial and deceased construction worker Andy Gammon by naming a bridge and road after them.

Have a great afternoon!

Christy Hendricks
Digital Content Director
chendricks@kfvs12.com
KFVS Hotline: 1-800-455-NEWS
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