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Standoff in Johnson County - 2nd Mo. ATV passenger dies - International terror threat

A standoff continued in Johnson County on Sunday (Source: Mike Mohundro). A standoff continued in Johnson County on Sunday (Source: Mike Mohundro).
A second person has died after an ATV crash on Friday night. A second person has died after an ATV crash on Friday night.
Some US embassies have closed overseas due to an al-Qaida threat (Source: US State Department). Some US embassies have closed overseas due to an al-Qaida threat (Source: US State Department).

Authorities are still on the scene of a standoff in Johnson County that began on Saturday.

Bob Reeves says tonight will be mostly cloudy and mild, with lows about 62 to 69. He'll have the first forecast at 5:01.

A sheriff's office is looking for a man who escaped from an Arkansas jail a week ago and is believed to somewhere in southwest Missouri.

A Hayti man has died from his injuries after an ATV crash in Carter County killed a Steele man on Friday night.

A Saturday night drive turned tragic for an East Prairie teen. Find out why tonight on Heartland News.

Illinois has become the 20th state to legalize medical marijuana, and it could take months to set into motion.

A lawmaker says the weekend closure of nearly two dozen U.S. diplomatic posts in the Muslim world resulted from the gravest terrorist threat seen in years.

Police arrested a man Sunday on suspicion of murder after a driver plowed into crowds at the Venice Beach boardwalk.

No one hit the Powerball jackpot this weekend. Guess how much the prize is up to now?

A survey finds that more and more teachers are using hands-on activities to help their students learn. Kadee Brosseau spent some time with kids today who were learning while having fun. She will have the story later tonight on Heartland News.

In sports, Josh Frydman says SIU began football camp today and he'll have Cards-Reds highlights.

Happy Birthday Mr. Obama! The Commander-in-Chief turns 52 today!

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