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This Charleston man is accused of shooting a father and son (Source: Charleston Department of Public Safety). This Charleston man is accused of shooting a father and son (Source: Charleston Department of Public Safety).
The Ohio River Bridge on Hwy 51 between Kentucky and Illinois will be closed to semi-trucks while repair work is in progress (Source: Kadee Brosseau) The Ohio River Bridge on Hwy 51 between Kentucky and Illinois will be closed to semi-trucks while repair work is in progress (Source: Kadee Brosseau)
Firefighters began a 125-mile procession to bring the bodies of 19 colleagues who died in AZ back home. Firefighters began a 125-mile procession to bring the bodies of 19 colleagues who died in AZ back home.

Charleston DPS says the man accused of shooting a father and son on July 4 over fireworks has been taken into custody in North Carolina.

The Ohio River Bridge on Hwy 51 between Kentucky and Illinois will be closed to semi-trucks while repair work is in progress according to Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Work is set to begin after July 15, 2013 and is expected to take about 60 days. One truck driver says this will add about 2 hours drive-time and cost up to $150 more in fuel. Kadee Brosseau has the story coming up tonight on Heartland News.

Laura Wibbenmeyer says tonight will be partly cloudy and warm with lows from 68-74.

Investigators Sunday are trying to determine what caused the crash of Flight 214 that killed two passengers Saturday at San Francisco International Airport.

Gov. Pat Quinn is trying to drum up support for wide-ranging changes he made to a concealed carry bill.

Chicago authorities say shootings during the Fourth of July holiday weekend have left at least nine people dead and several dozen wounded.

Mo. budget cuts are reviving questions about Gov. Jay Nixon's power in office.

Firefighters began a 125-mile procession to bring the bodies of 19 colleagues who died in a wildfire a week ago from Phoenix to their community.

Todd Richards will have an update on Yadier Molina's knee injury and a celebration today at Wimbledon, as the first British man to win the men's title in 77 years raises the trophy.

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