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Bollinger Co. death investigation - Deadly Jackson fire - Officer saves woman from burning home

The scene of a death investigation in Bollinger County (Source: Mollie Lair). The scene of a death investigation in Bollinger County (Source: Mollie Lair).
Five people were inside this home, but only four made it outside. (Source: Rob Foote, KFVS Photojournalist). Five people were inside this home, but only four made it outside. (Source: Rob Foote, KFVS Photojournalist).
An officer saved a woman from a burning home in Mounds (Source: Tammy Jones). An officer saved a woman from a burning home in Mounds (Source: Tammy Jones).

The Bollinger County Sheriff's Office has released the names of two brothers involved in a deadly shooting. Mollie Lair is live at 5:00 with the latest. 

Four people made it out of a burning home, but one didn't early this morning after a house fire in Jackson.

Meteorologist Bob Reeves says the bitter cold continues tonight, but warmer temperatures are forecasted for this weekend. Tune in to his first forecast at 5:06. 

An Illinois lawmaker has introduced legislation that would make it illegal to smoke with children in a car. 

Lawmakers are considering whether to permanently block a proposal in Mo. that would allow more ethanol to be blended into gasoline. 

A new study shows kids are not as respectful as they once were to their teachers. Christy Millweard talked to teachers, school administrators and a student about it. Hear what they said tonight at 5:08. 

Police in New York have arrested a 'mobster' in connection to a $6 million airport heist that was portrayed in the movie 'Good Fellas.' 

A Poplar Bluff area trash collector is being accused of disposing waste on private property. Tonight at 6:00, Kadee Brosseau tells us why DNR is now investigating the claims.

A Mounds police officer saved a woman from a burning home early this morning. Hear from Officer Aubrey Edwards tonight at 6:05. 

Illinois officials say the deadline for people affected by the Nov. 17 tornadoes to apply for aid has been extended to Feb. 3 

Could four recent convenience store robberies in southern Illinois be connected? Allison Twaits has more tonight at 6:07. 

In sports, Josh Frydman is live at the Show Me Center with Redhawks Head Coach Dickey Nutt. The Redhawks take on SIUE tonight in hoops action. 

The New Madrid fault zone in the nation's midsection is active and could spawn future large earthquakes, scientists reported Thursday. 

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