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News on the Road - 9/11 remembrances - Bobcat sighting

Several crews battles this house and vehicle fire near Elkville, Illinois. Several crews battles this house and vehicle fire near Elkville, Illinois.
This bobcat was spotted in Jefferson County, Missouri. (Source: Jefferson County Sheriff's Office) This bobcat was spotted in Jefferson County, Missouri. (Source: Jefferson County Sheriff's Office)
Good afternoon to you. Please join us for News on the Road at the SEMO District Fair in Cape Girardeau tonight at Six!

Kadee Brosseau introduces us to a man who restores tractors and shows them at the fair. Christy Millweard gives us a glimpse at the 4-H competitions. Todd Tumminia tested out some of the rides at the fair. Come out and say hi to the gang!

Several fire departments are battled a house and vehicle fire near Elkville.

Paducah police are looking for a couple suspected of using a stolen credit card at different locations around Kentucky Oaks Mall.

Life in lower Manhattan resembled any ordinary day on today as workers rushed to their jobs in the muggy heat, but time stood still at the World Trade Center site while families wept for loved ones who perished in the terror attacks 12 years ago.

This playlist consists of 20 songs that should not only fill you with American pride, but will help you to remember those killed in the September 11 attacks, and remember those who fought, and continue to fight, for our freedom.

The group 2 Million Bikers to DC has met to rally in the nation's capital – in part to remember, in part to protest.

With the U.S. backing off its push for military action in Syria, world leaders are watching to see if the Damascus regime will give up its chemical weapons stockpile.

The Missouri Senate has voted to override Gov. Jay Nixon's veto of legislation calling for creation of an online database of workers' compensation claims, fingerprinting of foster parents, an agriculture measure, legislation that could make it harder for workers to receive jobless benefits by expanding what counts as misconduct, and legislation seeking to shield volunteer health care providers from lawsuits.

Check this out! A bobcat was mistaken for a mountain lion earlier this month in Jefferson County, Missouri.

Christy Hendricks
Digital Content Director
chendricks@kfvs12.com
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