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Holly Brantley talks exclusively with Keith Tarillion. Holly Brantley talks exclusively with Keith Tarillion.
Missouri State Auditor Tom Schweich was in Stoddard and New Madrid counties talking about missing money. Missouri State Auditor Tom Schweich was in Stoddard and New Madrid counties talking about missing money.
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Good afternoon!

Here are some stories that we have been working on and plan on bringing them to you at 5 and 6.

On Heartland News at Five, Kadee Brosseau will be covering the New Madrid and Stoddard County audits after almost $100,000 was discovered missing. The state auditor held a press conference today to talk about the issue. Kadee will also be talking about what actions the counties will take in regards to the missing money at Six.

Holly Brantley has an exclusive interview with former Perryville Police Chief Keith Tarillion tonight on Heartland News at Six. Tarillion is only talking to Heartland News, so check in to see what he has to say about his recent arrest.

Also in the 5 o’clock, we will have the updates about the Sugar Camp miner death in Akin, Ill. that happened yesterday.

Crystal Britt will be sharing a tear jerker story about two siblings looking for A Place to Call Home. Help keep these siblings together and find them a loving family.

Rachel Gartner will also be giving you some more information about the recent Royalton, Ill. burglaries.

On Heartland News at Six, Allison Twaits shares a heart-warming story about a little boy who got into a horrible ATV crash when he was younger and the doctors thought he would never make it. Today, his parents are calling him a “walking miracle” and are devoting themselves to “pay-it-forward” for the Ronald McDonald House. Check out our Facebook page to catch a sneak peak!

There have been some armed robberies in Carbondale, Ill. The suspects are still at large. Tune in at Six to learn more about these robberies and who to keep a look out for.

Also, don’t forget to join our Vice President and General Manager Tim Ingram tonight for his ViewPoint at Six!

Have a great afternoon and see you tonight!

Christina Chastain
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