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Winter weather, Skeletal remains identified, Bus crash

Winter Weather Advisories and Winter Storm Warnings are in effect for several counties. Winter Weather Advisories and Winter Storm Warnings are in effect for several counties.
Skeletal remains have been identified in western Ky. Skeletal remains have been identified in western Ky.
A school bus was involved in a crash this morning in Dexter. A school bus was involved in a crash this morning in Dexter.

Winter Weather Advisories and Winter Storm Warnings are in effect for several counties in southeast Missouri, northeast Arkansas and northwest Tennessee from this evening through Friday Morning. Bob Reeves is keeping an eye on the radar and will have the latest forecast tonight starting at five.

Government forecasters say much of the U.S. can expect a warm spring and persistent drought.

The search for a missing Ark. teen continues as winter weather threatens.

State police say the skeletal remains of a man that were found inside a house in Fulton, Kentucky have been identified.

President Barack Obama delivered an impassioned appeal Thursday for Israel to recognize that compromise will be necessary to achieve lasting security and peace with the Palestinians.

March Madness isn't just a time for basketball at its best. You may not imagine how far some men will go to be able to take off work!

If you don't really care about March Madness, this is for you! Try playing "Basketball Cliche Bingo."

Authorities believe a homeowner's response after finding a snake in her yard may have led to the fire that destroyed her home.

Mayors from Mississippi River communities are joining with members of Congress to draw attention to the waterway and the needs of communities dotting its banks.

A Dexter school bus was involved in a crash on Highway H on Thursday morning.

Is your state one of the happiest states?  Or could it be one of the most miserable?

Today is Twitter's seventh birthday. Holly Brantley looks at how this has changed the way some of us communicate.

The House passed a budget plan today which promises deep cuts.

Should Illinois residents be able to use state-issued LINKED debit cards to buy non-food items such as beer or cigarettes? One state lawmaker says no. Allison Twaits has the details tonight at six.

Excitement is building for lottery players as the Powerball jackpot has rolled to a $320 million!

How are your brackets? Todd Richards has NCAA basketball scores and highlights.

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