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San Francisco plane crash - High speed chase - Waterfest at Wappapello Lake

This plane crashed Saturday in San Francisco (Source: CBS News) This plane crashed Saturday in San Francisco (Source: CBS News)
This man is accused of leading officers on a high speed chase overnight (Source: McCracken Co. Jail). This man is accused of leading officers on a high speed chase overnight (Source: McCracken Co. Jail).
Rangers say drownings are up 200% compared to this time last year in Mo. (Source: Kadee Brosseau). Rangers say drownings are up 200% compared to this time last year in Mo. (Source: Kadee Brosseau).

An Asiana Airlines flight has crashed while attempting to land at San Francisco International Airport. We will have the latest tonight at 6:00.

A St. Francois County man pleaded guilty to charges in connection to a crash that killed two people.

Deputies say a southern Illinois man faces a number of charges after a high-speed chase overnight in western Kentucky.

Laura Wibbenmeyer says there is a a slight chance for isolated showers and t'storms this afternoon, mainly east of the Mississippi River. Afterwards, a mostly cloudy evening.

Rangers at the Waterfest event on Wappapello Lake say its all about teaching kids about water safety. According to the water patrol, drowning deaths are up 200% compared to this time last year in Missouri. Rangers say this event aims to lower the number of drownings. Kadee Brosseau has the story tonight on Heartland news at 6:00.

One Cape Girardeau hospital has seen at least six patients with fireworks-related injuries this week.

Rep. Brandon Phelps says efforts to make concealed carry more restrictive could backfire and lead to "mayhem."

A horrific train derailment early Saturday in Canada, near the U.S. border, caused quite a scene.

The Associated Press reports Egypt's new president moved to assert his authority Saturday by naming a chief rival of ousted leader Mohammed Morsi as interim prime minister.

A West Frankfort family has lost their home to a fire.

Edward Snowden has found supporters in Latin America, but his fate is still unclear.

In sports, Todd Richards has PGA & Cards-Marlins highlights.

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James Long
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