Join us for Heartland News at Noon for the latest on a car fire in Cape Girardeau Thursday morning.
Also, we will bring you the latest developments in the death investigation of a woman's body found in Jackson County and a case before a federal appeals court panel regarding the constitutionality of the flag desecration law in Missouri.
Plus, the Academy Awards nominations were announced Thursday morning and it appears to be a three-horse race between "Gravity," ''American Hustle" and "12 Years a Slave", all receiving a heap of nominations.
Governor Pat Quinn has banked about $4.5 million for his re-election bid.
Here's something you've likely never seen at an airport: an amnesty box for prescription drugs and marijuana. Click here to get the full story.
You can watch us live at noon from the homepage at kfvs12.com.
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