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Illinois drug bust - Kentucky armed robbery - Radio/TV star dies suddenly

This Murphysboro man faces drug charges after a bust by police (Source: Jackson County SO) This Murphysboro man faces drug charges after a bust by police (Source: Jackson County SO)
McCracken County authorities are looking for this armed robbery suspect (Source: McCracken County SO). McCracken County authorities are looking for this armed robbery suspect (Source: McCracken County SO).
Kidd Kraddick has died at the age of 53. Kidd Kraddick has died at the age of 53.

The McCracken County Sheriff's Office is investigating an overnight gas station armed robbery.

David "Kidd" Kraddick, 53, the radio and TV host of "Kidd Kraddick in the Morning" has died at a charity golf event.

A ransom drop leads to a drug bust in Murphysboro.

Nearly 9,000 adoptees have claimed their birth certificates since Illinois fully re-opened birth records.

Laura Wibbenmeyer says tonight will be warmer and we could see a sprinkle of rain tomorrow.

Tropical Storm Flossie moved westward Sunday across the central Pacific toward Hawaii. You can track the storm here.

Judges in Kentucky have cut by half the number of children they are sending to jail for non-criminal offenses.

Mo. Parks officials are deliberately damaging some ash trees in an effort to save other trees from the Emerald Ash Borer.

A youth pastor of an Indianapolis church and his pregnant wife were among those who died in Saturday's bus crash.

A 95-year-old Illinois man is dead after an altercation with police.

This Mo. man is charged with killing his 78 year old mother. 

The average U.S. price of a gallon of gasoline has jumped 8 cents over the past two weeks. Find the best price on gas where you live, here.

A Cape Girardeau pastor, who was homeless just a couple of year's ago, now is helping others. Kadee Brosseau has the story tonight on Heartland News.

Tonight, hear the story of Molly Pearce-Eaker's legacy. Her husband, family, and friends travel from coast to coast to raise awareness for organ donation in honor of Molly.

Todd Tumminia is kicking off our "Proud to be a Heartland Farmer" series tonight at 10:00. He says this family knows a thing or two about tradition and how to pass the family legacy down through different generations.

A two-headed Texas turtle has something new.

Have a great evening - 

James Long

Kfvs12.com Digital Content Producer

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