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Mo. bill for permanent Daylight Saving Time, women sentenced for son's drowning death

A Mo. bill would permanently put the state on Daylight Saving Time. A Mo. bill would permanently put the state on Daylight Saving Time.
A woman has been sentenced to 7 years in prison for the drowning death of her son. A woman has been sentenced to 7 years in prison for the drowning death of her son.
Kansas City is helping low-income residents with high water bills. Kansas City is helping low-income residents with high water bills.
A Mo. bill would make it illegal to share lists of concealed weapon permit holders. A Mo. bill would make it illegal to share lists of concealed weapon permit holders.

Hello to you!

I hope your Tuesday is going wonderfully. The weather is fairly warm, but rain may be on its way. Check out your full forecast during Heartland News at Noon or visit kfvs12.com/weather.

Also at noon, get the latest on problems caused by flooding in the Heartland, the mayoral race in Herrin and how you can prepare for a natural disaster.

An Illinois teen is facing terror charges in federal court.

Kansas City is helping low-income residents with rising water bills.

The Missouri House has endorsed a bill that would move the state permanently to Daylight Saving Time.

Raw sewage is flowing into the Mississippi River near St. Louis after 2 pumps failed.

Another Missouri bill would make it illegal to share lists of residents who have concealed weapon permits.

Join us at kfv12.com for details on a woman sentenced for her son's death after leaving him unattended in a bathtub. Also, Anthony Weiner is back on Twitter and a prison inmate is dead after being stabbed in the neck.

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