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Cairo shooting, large house fire in Scott Co., Senate passes bill to reopen gov. & House votes next

Cardinal fan Mabrey (Source: Jessica, cNews) Cardinal fan Mabrey (Source: Jessica, cNews)
Early Tuesday morning authorities with the Scott County Sheriff’s Department exhumed  the body of Mischelle Lawless. Early Tuesday morning authorities with the Scott County Sheriff’s Department exhumed the body of Mischelle Lawless.
Teachers and school counselors say bullying can happen anytime, anywhere because of social media. Teachers and school counselors say bullying can happen anytime, anywhere because of social media.
One person was shot twice in Cairo Wednesday evening. (Source: Todd Tumminia, Heartland News) One person was shot twice in Cairo Wednesday evening. (Source: Todd Tumminia, Heartland News)
Crews are headed to a large house fire in Scott County. (Source: cNews) Crews are headed to a large house fire in Scott County. (Source: cNews)

Good evening,

We're working on a couple of late breaking stories.

Todd Tumminia is in Cairo, Ill. where one person was shot twice. Officers are looking for a suspect. You can click here for the story.

Scott County Rural Fire Chief Jeremy Perrien says crews are headed to a large house fire in off of Highway 77 in Scott County. He asks people in the area to use caution due to the fire trucks on the road.

The Senate passed a measure aimed at reopening the government Wednesday, more than two weeks after a budget impasse shut it down. The bill, which will also help the country avoid default, will now go to the House.

The Cardinals lose Game 5 of the NLCS 6-4. Adrian Gonzalez homered twice and Zack Greinke gave the Los Angeles Dodgers the clutch performance they needed. You can click here for the story.

Viewers have sent us pictures of their Cardinals gear. Click here for the slideshow and send us your pictures to cNews@kfvs12.com. Don't forget to include your name and where you're from.

Could investigators' newest search for clues finally solve the mystery of the Mischelle Lawless murder? Scott County investigators hope a big move this week will bring the answer they need to solve the 20-year-old case. Holly Brantley had the story.

Teachers and school counselors say bullying can happen anytime, anywhere because of social media. Experts say it's important for teachers and parents to keep a close eye on what's happening on Facebook, Instagram and over text messaging. Kadee Brosseau talked to school officials about how parents can stop bullying before it's too late. You can click here for the story.

Students in Sikeston are preparing for their next big football game. This time though, they are focusing on breast cancer awareness.

Amber Ruch
County News Digital Content Producer
aruch@kfvs12.com
KFVS Hotline: 1-800-455-NEWS

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