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Arson is among the charges filed after an argument in Sikeston Mon. night. (Source: David Carnell) Arson is among the charges filed after an argument in Sikeston Mon. night. (Source: David Carnell)
We have full coverage of Ill. elections taking place Tuesday. We have full coverage of Ill. elections taking place Tuesday.
A man is in court for allegedly putting a young boy in a freezer. A man is in court for allegedly putting a young boy in a freezer.

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Also at noon, get the latest on Illinois elections happening Tuesday, tensions in North Korea and the link between diet drinks and depression.

An argument in Sikeston Monday night resulted in multiple charges.

Incarcerated parents in Missouri could spend more time with their children under a bill given first-round approval by the Missouri House.

Head to kfvs12.com for details on a grand jury hearing evidence against a man who police say put a 3-year-old boy into a freezer and closed the lid on him. Also, Rutgers athletic director receives big payout and a fifth-grader pleads guilty in a murder plot. 

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