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Marion business fire - Second man sought for questioning in dump truck ramming - Scouting for Food

Crews were called to this business fire today in Marion (Source: Arnold Wyrick). Crews were called to this business fire today in Marion (Source: Arnold Wyrick).
Police want to speak with a second man about a dump truck ramming (Source: Cape PD). Police want to speak with a second man about a dump truck ramming (Source: Cape PD).
Scouts were out picking up food today (Source: Holly Brantley). Scouts were out picking up food today (Source: Holly Brantley).

Good afternoon! Here's just some of the stories you'll see tonight on Heartland News:

Showers will become more likely around sundown and T' storms are expected to develop tomorrow. Laura Wibbenmeyer is keeping her eyes on the radar. Tune in to her first forecast at 6:02.

Crews were on the scene of a business fire in Marion, at the Jackson & Gray Co. Insurance building on North Market Street. Arnold Wyrick talked to the fire chief and has an update tonight at 6:00.

Illinois State Police say a man, two women and two children were injured in a crash near Carbondale.

Police now want to talk to a second man in connection to a dump truck ramming incident at a Cape Girardeau gas station.

A crash Friday night around 10:45 p.m. left one person dead and causing the other to go to the hospital with serious injuries.

Scouts were out picking up food today. We'll tell you why tonight at 6:04.

Josh Frydman has highlights from today's high school football playoff games including Cape Central and Jackson.

Concerns over a meningitis outbreak at Princeton University is growing.

Water is a pressing concern for Typhoon survivors.

Trending on Facebook: A social worker and another man face charges after a boy was found shivering and handcuffed to porch with a dead chicken around his neck.

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