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Mo. Dr. in court on federal charges - Illinois child support/gambling legislation - Ky. soybean/corn yield up

A Cape Girardeau was in court on Tuesday to answer to federal charges. A Cape Girardeau was in court on Tuesday to answer to federal charges.
Gov. Quinn signed child supports legislation on Tuesday. Gov. Quinn signed child supports legislation on Tuesday.
Soybean and corn yields in Ky. are expected to be up. Soybean and corn yields in Ky. are expected to be up.

Good evening: Here's some of what we are working on for tonight's Heartland News ...

Mo. Dr. enters guilty plea

There has been a change of plea from the Cape Girardeau doctor charged with five fraud-related federal charges.

Sunny Wednesday

Bob Reeves says tomorrow will be sunny and mild-and much less humid.

Child support legislation

Gov. Pat Quinn signed legislation that lets casinos and race tracks garnish gambling winnings from parents who owe back child support. Look for more tonight at 10:03.

Mo. casino revenues down

Casinos across Missouri are reporting decreased revenue this summer.

Meteor Shower

The Perseids meteor shower is one of the most impressive shows of shooting stars each year. You can see it tonight!

Man accused of breaking into cars at mall

A man was jailed after being accused of breaking into cars in Carbondale.

Conviction in trooper death upheld

The Missouri Supreme Court has affirmed the conviction of a southeast Missouri man for killing a trooper in 2005.

Mystery priest speaks out

A priest who mysteriously seemed to come from nowhere to pray at an accident scene actually came from the Roman Catholic Diocese of Jefferson City. Hear more at 9:08.

Soybean yield up

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is predicting record-high corn and soybean production in Kentucky.

Feds sue to block airline merger

The federal government and six states have sued to block the deal between two airlines merging.

Big Wheel for adults

The children of the '70s and '80s can relive their days of cruising the neighborhood!

Have a great evening - 

James Long
Kfvs12.com Digital Content Producer
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