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Body found on I-57, Bank robbery, Stolen check suspects

Police are investigating after a body was found on I-57 early this morning (Source: R. Steffen). Police are investigating after a body was found on I-57 early this morning (Source: R. Steffen).
Benton, IL police are looking for this female bank robbery suspect (Source: Benton PD). Benton, IL police are looking for this female bank robbery suspect (Source: Benton PD).
State Troopers in Ky. are on the lookout for 3 men believed to be cashing stolen checks. State Troopers in Ky. are on the lookout for 3 men believed to be cashing stolen checks.

Police are investigating after finding a dead body lying in the southbound lanes of Interstate 57 in Union County. Allison Twaits will have the latest live from Union County tonight at five.

Police are looking for a female suspect in a bank robbery that happened Friday morning in Benton, Illinois.

Missouri sheriffs say they stand ready to issue photo ID cards for concealed gun holders.

Kentucky State Police are asking for the public's help in identifying three men suspected of cashing stolen checks.

Bob Reeves says tonight will be mostly clear and chilly, with some patchy frost possible by morning.

The Southeast Missouri State University Redhawks and the Southern Illinois University Salukis will play a football game this fall at Busch Stadium in St. Louis. Todd Richards will have the details at six.

One family wants everyone to see their son's last words because those words cost him his life.

Washington state's labor department is investigating after a 42-year-old man died in an escalator mishap in downtown Seattle last weekend.

A judge has handed an Illinois man a 12-year prison sentence for multiple robberies where the man used a toy gun.

A Perryville, Mo. man is facing drug charges after police say marijuana was found in his car while he was at work.

Holly Brantley has details about a trike-a-thon benefit for cancer held today in East Prairie.

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James Long
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