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IL forest fire, KY Man stabbed, Missing MO man found

Crews are fighting a forest fire in Jackson County, IL (Source: Arnold Wyrick) Crews are fighting a forest fire in Jackson County, IL (Source: Arnold Wyrick)
This man faces attempted murder charges after a stabbing (Source: McCracken County SO) This man faces attempted murder charges after a stabbing (Source: McCracken County SO)
This Bollinger County man has been found after going missing on Friday (Source: Stoddard County SO) This Bollinger County man has been found after going missing on Friday (Source: Stoddard County SO)

Good afternoon to you! Here are some of the stories we are working on for Sunday's Heartland News:

Multiple fire crews are on the scene fighting a forest fire in Jackson County, Illinois. It is in the Shawnee National Forest at Little Grand Canyon. Arnold Wyrick has the latest tonight at five.

A man is in jail charged with attempted murder after an apparent stabbing in McCracken County.

Authorities say a missing Bollinger County man who was last seen on Friday was found on Sunday.

A Herrin man is dead and his fiancée is fighting for her life in a St. Louis hospital following a motorcycle wreck in Jackson County.

A rollover crash in Calloway County has left one person dead.

Members of Rick Warren's Southern Calif. church began Sunday services with a prayer after it was announced yesterday the pastor's son committed suicide. We talked with a suicide prevention advocate today and will have the details tonight at 9 and 10.

The mom of the 'BUCKWILD' star who died last week says he was a Christian and is now in heaven.

What a beautiful day outside! Todd Tumminia caught up with folks in the Heartland enjoying the Spring weather.

Laura Wibbenmeyer says tonight will be mostly cloudy with a slight chance for a few showers and thunderstorms.

There was a 5K today in Cape Girardeau to fund a large-scale dental clinic May 3-4 at the Show Me Center.

Josh Frydman will preview tomorrow's Michigan-Louisville college championship in men's basketball and has Cardinals-Giants highlights.

Have a great evening - 

James Long
Kfvs12.com Digital Content Producer
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