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Scott Co. homicide investigation - Nixon visits flooded areas - Women 50% of video game players

The SEMO Major Case Squad is investigating a homicide in Scott County. The SEMO Major Case Squad is investigating a homicide in Scott County.
Gov. Nixon is visiting areas impacted by flooding in Mo. Gov. Nixon is visiting areas impacted by flooding in Mo.
Research shows women are nearly 50% of video game users. Research shows women are nearly 50% of video game users.
Managers for new Ohio River bridge say makeshift homeless camps in the path need to be moved. Managers for new Ohio River bridge say makeshift homeless camps in the path need to be moved.
Police in Ill. are investigating after thieves took $3,100 worth of stuff from Victoria's Secret. Police in Ill. are investigating after thieves took $3,100 worth of stuff from Victoria's Secret.

Hello and Happy Friday!

Find out what the weather has in store for your weekend during Heartland News at Noon or visit kfvs12.com/weather.

Join us at noon for the latest on an investigation by the SEMO major case squad into a homicide in Scott County. Click here for the full story.

Plus, Gov. Jay Nixon is touring flooded areas in the state and Missouri authorities had their hands full after a cattle truck overturned on a highway Friday morning.

Head over to kfvs12.com for details on a man with ties to Missouri that got 30 years in prison for a federal terror plot.

Also, a new report suggests adult women are nearly half of all video game players and a black bear broke into an Idaho house and licked leftovers from the stove.

A devastating wildfire in California continues to burn Friday.

Springfield Ill. Police are investigating after thieves managed to steal more than $3,100 in underwear from a Victoria's Secret store. Click here to read more.

Missouri officials report a recent increase in the number of rabid skunks found in the state.

Project managers for a new Ohio River bridge between Indiana and Kentucky say makeshift homeless camps in the new span's path need to be moved.

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