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Deadly flooding in MO - Mold cleanup at IL school - KY house fire

Flooding continues to be deadly in southwest-central Missouri. Flooding continues to be deadly in southwest-central Missouri.
Allison Twaits gets an update after mold was found at a Meridian school in May. Allison Twaits gets an update after mold was found at a Meridian school in May.
Fire at a Hickman County home on Thursday (Source: Sheriff Mark Green). Fire at a Hickman County home on Thursday (Source: Sheriff Mark Green).

One federal watchdog group calls it a disturbing trend-landlords in Cape Girardeau discriminating against families. You don't want to miss Kathy Sweeney's I-Team special report tonight at 6:00.

Rain, rain go away? Not for long says Bob Reeves. Tonight will be partly cloudy & warm and muggy with more rain chances by daybreak.

Wet roads have contributed to three crashes today on I-55. 

Authorities in southern Missouri have identified a 23-year-old single mother who's presumed to have died in recent flooding that also killed her young son.

Authorities in southwest Mo. say a person was killed after flood waters swept their vehicle off the highway.

At the end of May, cleaning crews found mold in the walls of Meridian Elementary School. Allison Twaits got an update on how cleanup is going from the school's principal.

Lunchtime is an important time of the day. Kadee Brosseau has this back-to-school story tonight at 6:10.

A Paducah man who pleaded guilty to reckless homicide in the shooting death of a 3-year-old boy has learned his fate.

The Johnston City police department has moved, however officers are still on duty.

One person is custody after escaping from a rehab facility in Anna, Illinois yesterday.

Amber Alerts expand as authorities search for the Southern California man suspected of abducting a 16-year-old girl, murdering her mom and possibly her brother.

Fire crews were working a house fire in Hickman County.

A growing wildfire chewed through a rugged southern California mountain range today.

A Minnesota man has come forward to claim one-third of a $448 million Powerball jackpot.

Todd Richards has the latest on Cards pitcher Shelby Miller's elbow injury and the Rams play preseason football in Cleveland tonight.

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James Long
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