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Slick travel causes crashes - Family of missing woman speaks out - Young deputy loses cancer battle

Slick roads are to blame for a number of car crashes this morning. Slick roads are to blame for a number of car crashes this morning.
The family of a woman missing since Dec. is speaking out. The family of a woman missing since Dec. is speaking out.
A Perry County, Illinois deputy has lost his fight against a brain tumor. A Perry County, Illinois deputy has lost his fight against a brain tumor.

Ice and snow caused a few crashes this morning on Heartland roads.

New figures show the year 2013 was the safest on Missouri roads in more than six decades.

Bob Reeves says tonight will be clearing and COLD. His first forecast is at 5 p.m.

Officers are investigating after a business owner says $20,000 of copper wire was stolen from his hauling and excavating business in Cape Girardeau County. Learn more tonight at 6 p.m.

The California Supreme Court granted a law license on Thursday to a man living in the United States illegally. Learn more tonight at 5:08.

A man from Morehouse, Missouri, spent New Year's Eve behind bars on drug charges.

Authorities say two Tenn. men were taken into custody on December 30 after a series of home break-ins and car burglaries.

A young Heartland deputy has lost his battle with a serious illness.

The Cape Girardeau School District is in the process of getting new iPads that will take the place of textbooks for students. Christy Millweard has the details tonight at 6:06.

Rachel Gartner talked to the family of a woman missing out of Hardin County.

Mizzou is gearing up for Friday night's Cotton Bowl game against Okla. St.

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