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Quarry location debate, MLB suspension reaction

A man has died after he was shot in Carbondale Wednesday night and a Murphysboro man faces charges. A man has died after he was shot in Carbondale Wednesday night and a Murphysboro man faces charges.
DPS Captain Jim McMillian says a man who had been holed up for several hours with a weapon came out of a house on Ruth Street and surrendered. DPS Captain Jim McMillian says a man who had been holed up for several hours with a weapon came out of a house on Ruth Street and surrendered.
Gulfport couple married 73 years says pancakes are the key to lasting love. Gulfport couple married 73 years says pancakes are the key to lasting love.
A-Rod's suspension will begin Thursday and continue through the 2014 season. He will be allowed to play while he appeals the decision. A-Rod's suspension will begin Thursday and continue through the 2014 season. He will be allowed to play while he appeals the decision.

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Todd Tumminia was at the Cape Girardeau City Council meeting this evening where they discussed a proposed quarry location. Watch tonight on Heartland News at 9 and 10 to find out where the proposal puts the quarry.

Major League Baseball handed down suspensions for 13 players today, including a 211-game suspension for Alex Rodriguez. Arnold Wyrick talked to the Southern Illinois Miners about the suspension. Hear what they had to say, tonight on Heartland News at 9 and 10.

A man has died after he was shot in Carbondale Wednesday night and a Murphysboro man is facing charges. You can click here to continue reading.

A standoff in Sikeston brought out the Sikeston Department of Public Safety and tactical squad. Allison Twaits talked to neighbors today, if you missed it earlier, you can click here to read the story.

The morning commute to work could get a little bit longer in the next couple of weeks as school buses will be back on the road. Tyler Profilet talked to school districts about how they prepare. You can click here to read the story.

Here's something to remember: a Mississippi couple married 73 years say the key to lasting love is...pancakes. They don't leave their apartment without help, but they say as long as they're together they're happy.

In national news, an intercepted message between al-Qaida chief Ayman Al-Zawahri and his deputy in Yemen about plans for a major terror attack was the trigger that set off the current shutdown on many U.S. embassies, two officials told the Associated Press today.

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