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Cairo, Ill. facing 2 big threats, Supreme Court looks into Ariz. voting laws, details of life on Mars

Crews rescued a car from rising waters in Perry County, Mo. on Sunday. Crews rescued a car from rising waters in Perry County, Mo. on Sunday.
New research could reveal details about life on Mars. New research could reveal details about life on Mars.
The U.S. Supreme Court to hear arguments over Arizona's illegal immigrant voting laws. The U.S. Supreme Court to hear arguments over Arizona's illegal immigrant voting laws.

Good Monday morning to you!

It was rainy and windy overnight and Brian Alworth will be with us throughout the morning with details on whether we're in for more rain on Monday. You can also get the full Heartland forecast anytime at kfvs12.com/weather.

Here in the KFVS newsroom we're working on bringing you the latest local and national stories on air and at kfvs12.com. Here's a preview of what we're working on bringing you:

We'll have details on a water rescue in Perry County, Mo. on Sunday. You can also click here for the story.

Also, new research could reveal details about life on Mars.

Starting at 5, we'll have Tyler Profilet live from Cairo, Ill. with details on two major threats the town is currently facing. Join us throughout the morning for the latest.

On the national stage, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments Monday regarding Arizona's illegal immigrant voting laws.

Four people were injured and a bus driver faces charges after a crash in Illinois.

Following that, Kentucky lawmakers continue to struggle with pension issues in the state.

Catch Heartland Health headlines at 5:45 including reports of growing numbers of parents that aren't vaccinating their children.

Join us during the 6 o'clock hour of the Breakfast Show for the latest on the Hostess product buyout, a new nomination on Monday for the head of the Labor Department and the loud booming noises heard by several people in Illinois.

We'll have a full 12 minutes of commercial-free news, weather and information for you at 6:45 this morning.

Head to kfvs12.com for details on changes that could be coming to the death penalty in Kentucky. Also, minorities and women are being trained for bridge work and a new smart phone app can help you log the quality of your water.

Catch all of our newscasts online at kfvs12.com through our live stream and also be sure to send pictures of news or weather happening in your area our cNews page.

Thanks for being with us and I hope you have a super Monday!

Jen Baird
Digital Content Producer
KFVS12-Heartland News
jenniferbaird@kfvs12.com

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