2 arrested after huge manhunt, sinkholes cause headaches, car rams into bicycle out of 'rage'

Two men are in custody following a massive manhunt on Thursday.
Two men are in custody following a massive manhunt on Thursday.
Sinkholes are causing problems in more ways than one for residents in Indiana.
Sinkholes are causing problems in more ways than one for residents in Indiana.
A car rammed a bicyclist in an apparent case of road rage.
A car rammed a bicyclist in an apparent case of road rage.

Happy Friday!

The weather is very warm on this last day of the week, but Brian Alworth says rain could be in our future. Tune in throughout the Breakfast Show for the latest on the forecast or click over to kfvs12.com/weather.

The Mississippi River is set to crest on Friday. We'll have details starting at 4:30.

We'll have a recap following that of the SIU Carbondale fashion show that took place Thursday night.

We're looking to have new information this morning on two men arrested in Scott County on Thursday after an extensive manhunt.

Toyota and Microsoft are teaming up to combine several different types of technology. Learn more at 5:28.

We continue to follow the tragedy in Bangladesh after a building collapsed, killing at least 290 people. Tune in at 5:34 for the latest.

Get your Heartland Health headlines at 5:45 including the link between bad parenting and bullying.

Residents in Evansville, Indiana are being told they will have to take care of the problems resulting from sinkholes opening up in their backyards. Full story at 6:14.

A horse owner in Kentucky is upset after a bizarre situation arose with her four mares; they're pregnant, but she doesn't own a stud. Click here or learn more about this intriguing story at 6:22.

We'll be bringing you 12 minutes of commercial-free news starting at 6:45. Friday's topics include the Carbondale Special Olympics, the latest in the Boston Marathon bombings, the full forecast to help plan for your weekend and much more.

Over at kfvs12.com you can get details on the possible restart of the Honeywell plant in Metropolis. Also, a woman has been accused of stealing $2 million from an Illinois company she worked for and a surveillance camera shows a car ramming into a bicycle out of apparent road rage.

Click here to catch our live stream of the Breakfast Show from 4:30 to 7 a.m.

Hope you have a nice morning!

Jen Baird
Digital Content Producer
KFVS12-Heartland News
jenniferbaird@kfvs12.com

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