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Shots fired into Cape Girardeau County home - Military families talk Syria - Quinn pushes for raising min. wage

Shots were fired into a Cape Girardeau County home today (Source: Mike Mohundro). Shots were fired into a Cape Girardeau County home today (Source: Mike Mohundro).
Some families are keeping a very close eye on what will happen next in Syria. Some families are keeping a very close eye on what will happen next in Syria.
Gov. Pat Quinn is yet again making a push for raising the minimum wage. Gov. Pat Quinn is yet again making a push for raising the minimum wage.

Good afternoon-Here's just some of the stories you'll see tonight on Heartland News:

Leading off at 5:00, the Cape Girardeau County Sheriff's Office investigated a report of shots fired into a home on Route BB early this afternoon.

And, the Desloge Fire Chief says two females were injured after jumping off a bluff into the Big River in St. Francois County.

Bob Reeves says tonight will be partly cloudy with a chance of a shower or T'storm overnight.  He says strong storms are possible. If you haven't downloaded it yet, here is information on our mobile weather app.

The reason for a house fire is under investigation in St. Francois County.

Some families are keeping a very close eye on what will happen next in Syria. Kadee Brosseau talked with military families in the Heartland today and joins us at 5:04 with their take on the situation.

Gov. Pat Quinn is yet again making a push for raising the minimum wage in Illinois.

Scott County Sheriff Rick Walter says a Sikeston man is facing drug-related charges after drugs and other items were found by officers early Sunday.

Two people were injured after the motorcycle they were on collided with a deer in the road in Wayne County, Missouri.

The Obama administration says that new physical evidence shows the Syrian government used sarin gas in a deadly August attack. In light of that news, should the U.S. proceed with military action? Take our poll at kfvs12.com.

Journalist and broadcaster David Frost, known for interviewing President Richard Nixon after the Watergate scandal, has died. We'll have more on the life of David Frost at 5:07.

Are you still looking for something to do on Labor Day?

Hey, the Cards finally beat those pesky Pirates today! Josh Frydman has highlights in sports.

Have a great evening - 

James Long
Kfvs12.com Digital Content Producer
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