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The US Capitol was put on lockdown Thursday afternoon. The US Capitol was put on lockdown Thursday afternoon.
This woman who's accused of murdering her husband was in court this morning (Source: Park Hills Daily Journal). This woman who's accused of murdering her husband was in court this morning (Source: Park Hills Daily Journal).
Find out what the economic impact is due to a major motion picture filming in Cape Girardeau. Find out what the economic impact is due to a major motion picture filming in Cape Girardeau.

Reports are that shots have been fired outside of the US Capitol in Washington.

Watch live CBS News coverage via full browser here. We'll have the latest tonight on Heartland News at 5:00, on kfvs12.com and our mobile app.

President Barack Obama has recalled some furloughed FEMA workers. We'll have the latest on the government shutdown tonight at 6:00.

A Fredericktown woman is charged with the murder of her husband. She was arraigned on Thursday in Madison County.

Bob Reeves says expect tonight to be partly to mostly cloudy, with a passing overnight shower possible.

The Cardinals take on the Pirates to start off the NLDS in St. Louis! Todd Richards is at Busch Stadium and will have a live report tonight at 5:00 & 6:00.

What is the area economic impact of a movie being shot in Cape Girardeau? Christy Millweard tells us more tonight at 5:04. We have our tower camera set to where filming is supposed to happen today or tonight!

A halfway house is going up in a neighborhood in Butler County. Kadee Brosseau has details tonight at 6:02.

Can you believe this? A St. Louis man is facing charges for allegedly setting fire to a pit bull!

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