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Possible severe weather, Deadly Sikeston fire, USPS Sat. delivery stays for now

Bob Reeves is in the StormTeam Center keeping an eye on the radar. Bob Reeves is in the StormTeam Center keeping an eye on the radar.
One person is dead after a house fire in Sikeston. One person is dead after a house fire in Sikeston.
USPS will continue mail service on Saturday, for now. USPS will continue mail service on Saturday, for now.

With Tornado WATCHES in effect for parts of the Heartland viewing area, severe Spring weather could be on its way. Bob Reeves is keeping an eye on the sky and the radar for you.

 

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It looks after 12-years, Murphysboro has a new mayor. Allison Twaits will be live in southern Illinois where she is also covering a close Herrin mayoral race. 

One person is dead after a Wednesday morning house fire on Hardin Street in Sikeston.

Texting by the pilot of a medical helicopter contributed to a crash that killed four people, according to federal investigators.

A newly formed task force will be in force this weekend performing sobriety checkpoints. Holly Brantley has the details tonight from Cape Girardeau's police department at 5:06.

The US Postal Service has backpedaled on its plan to end Saturday mail delivery for now.

Union County Sheriff's Department says there was a wreck on I-57 southbound at the 34-mile marker. We'll have the latest at five.

Holly Brantley has the story at 6:04 of a teenager posting 2,500 post it notes asking a girl to the prom.

Tonight on Heartland Sports, Todd Richards has Cardinals-Reds highlights along with high school baseball scores and highlights.

A man who lived like a hermit for 27-years in a makeshift camp in the central Maine woods has been captured.

Have a great evening - 

James Long

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