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Senate prevents shutdown - Melaina's Magical Playland opens - Synthetic drug crackdown

The Senate approved legislation preventing government agencies from closing next week. The Senate approved legislation preventing government agencies from closing next week.
Melaina's Magical Playland (Source: Jeff Cunningham) Melaina's Magical Playland (Source: Jeff Cunningham)
The DEA is cracking down on Synthetic Drugs in the St. Louis area. The DEA is cracking down on Synthetic Drugs in the St. Louis area.

Good afternoon! The Senate approved legislation preventing government agencies from closing next week. We'll tell you what happens now, tonight at 5:06

The ribbon cutting of Melaina's Magical Playland will be at 5 p.m. today. The playland is located at Cape County Park North in Cape Girardeau. We'll be there with the Cunningham's live at 5:00.

Today is the final day of operations at Integrity Solutions in Cape Girardeau.

Bob Reeves says tonight will be mainly mild and clear for high school football!

Todd and Josh will have scores and highlights later on Heartland Football Friday.

The Drug Enforcement Administration office in St. Louis is investigating what it calls a "significant" organized effort to distribute illegal synthetic drugs.

We'll have news on the search for a suspect following a domestic dispute Gallatin County, Illinois.

Sadly, a Fort Campbell soldier has died in Afghanistan. 

Do you have an iPhone 4 or 5? Here are 10 problems with iOS7, and how to fix them.

A hearty breakfast that includes protein and fat may actually help people with type 2 diabetes!

Country singer Willie Nelson needs help in finding his armadillo!

Have a great evening - 

James Long
Kfvs12.com Digital Content Producer
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