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Pastor accused of assault, Concealed guns, A Place to Call Home

A Fredericktown pastor faces assault and stalking charges. A Fredericktown pastor faces assault and stalking charges.
Illinois became the last state in the nation to allow public possession of concealed guns. Illinois became the last state in the nation to allow public possession of concealed guns.
Matthew is our featured child on a new series called "A Place to Call Home." Matthew is our featured child on a new series called "A Place to Call Home."
Scott County Central will retire Otto Porter Jr.'s number 22 jersey. Scott County Central will retire Otto Porter Jr.'s number 22 jersey.

A Fredericktown pastor faces assault and stalking charges. Kadee Brosseau spent the day in Fredericktown and give us more details tonight on Heartland News at Six.

Illinois became the last state in the nation to allow public possession of concealed guns as lawmakers rushed today to finalize a proposal ahead of a federal court's deadline. Allison Twaits will be at a gun range at Heartland News at Five with more.

We are proud to begin something new on KFVS. We hope it touches your heart, but also helps some Heartland kids get a little closer to finding their forever families. It's something Crystal Britt has been wanting to bring back to the KFVS viewing area for quite some time. Her only sibling was adopted, and she is continuously blessed to have her in her life. In Missouri alone there are more than 1,400 children hoping to find their forever families. Our first child that we are profiling is named Matthew. He is currently available for adoption, and is looking for a place to call home. Watch Heartland News a Five to see Matthew!

Tyler Profilet explains the future of Cape Girardeau's 1 percent restaurant tax tonight on Heartland News at Six.

The Scott County Central School Board has approved retiring the jersey number 22 worn by former SCC basketball standout and now Washington Wizards forward Otto Porter Jr. Todd Richards has more in Heartland Sports.

Randy Travis remains in critical condition in a Texas hospital after doctors used a pump to stabilize his heart.

Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has signed legislation allowing parents more time to give up newborns, requiring screening for a heart defect and dealing with mandatory reporters of child abuse.

Be on the lookout for low-flying planes! The U.S. Geological Survey is conducting low-level flights across sections of Missouri, Arkansas and Tennessee this week looking for clues about the New Madrid earthquake fault zone.

The Kennett Humane Department and Kennett Police Department are looking for information after a dog was found shot on the side of a road.

The Mt. Vernon Police Department warns against drivers leaving animals inside their vehicles during the heat of the day.

It may be hot today, but Bob Reeves says there is a chance for storms tomorrow! Have a splendid day!

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