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Should lottery winners remain anonymous?, Car crashes under semi trailer, Eye balls found in trash

Should lottery winners be announced to the public? (Source: MGN Online/vvvvracer) Should lottery winners be announced to the public? (Source: MGN Online/vvvvracer)
A woman was injured after her car crashed under a semi's trailer (Source: Tim Serena) A woman was injured after her car crashed under a semi's trailer (Source: Tim Serena)
A pair of eyeballs were found in a gas station's trash can (Source: MGN Online) A pair of eyeballs were found in a gas station's trash can (Source: MGN Online)

Mo. lawmakers are considering bill that would allow lottery winners to remain anonymous.

Harrisburg officials have to decide how best to spend more than $500,000 of tax increment finance, or "TIF" money. Allison Twaits has tonight's top story at five.

Bob Reeves has rain in his forecast. He says it will be mostly cloudy this evening with rain showers developing especially after midnight.

Also in Harrisburg, Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL) announced Thursday that the town has been awarded $1.6 million in disaster relief funds. 

The Cape Girardeau postal distribution center will close by the end of the year.

A 20-year-old southern Illinois woman was injured after she lost control of her car and it got wedged under a semi-trailer Thursday morning.

Shoppers at Schnucks grocery stores are being encouraged to pay with cash or checks until a credit card fraud problem is resolved.

Authorities say 34-year-old Sydney Levin was submitting a urine sample last week as part of his probation when an officer allegedly spotted him using a prosthetic known as a Whizzinator.

Police say a pair of eyeballs found in a Missouri gas station's trash bin aren't human.

St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright is $97.5 million richer. Josh Frydman has the details tonight at 6:20.

School leaders in East Prairie, Missouri say an bond vote next week is less about money and more about saving lives. If approved, the school would build its own tornado shelter that would be able to hold every single student in the district. Tyler Profilet has the top story tonight at six.

A man who pleaded guilty to the shooting death a western Kentucky mayor was sentenced to more than 37 years in prison.

Twenty-nine storage units were broken into in Poplar Bluff, and now police have busted those involved. Holly Brantley has the latest tonight at 6:04.

Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon was traveling Thursday to Perryville to build support for Medicaid expansion. Tomorrow, He'll be in Cape Girardeau.

Have a great evening - 

James Long
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