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Murder charge in Butler County dispute - Boy plays trumpet without arms

Lonnie L. Liley of Marble Hill is accused of killing his brother in a dispute. (Source: Bollinger Co. Sheriff Darin Shell) Lonnie L. Liley of Marble Hill is accused of killing his brother in a dispute. (Source: Bollinger Co. Sheriff Darin Shell)
This young man plays the trumpet with his feet! (Source: CNN) This young man plays the trumpet with his feet! (Source: CNN)
Mike Huckabee's comments on contraception have stirred controversy. Mike Huckabee's comments on contraception have stirred controversy.

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Join us for Heartland News at Noon for the latest information on charges in a deadly dispute in Butler County Thursday.

Also, we will update you on house fires in Jackson and East Prairie.

From kfvs12.com: Former U.S. Sen. Kit Bond has been hired by a state business association to lobby his fellow Republicans in the state Legislature in support of a Medicaid expansion.

Plus, a young man who was born without arms is now inspiring people by playing his trumpet with his feet! Click here for his amazing story.

Officials in eastern Kentucky are trying to determine the best way to deal with a pack of wild horses that is causing property damage and traffic hazards.

Mike Huckabee's comments about contraception are providing quick fodder for Democrats and a headache for Republicans trying to market themselves as a better choice for female voters.

Eighteen local breweries are participating in a brewfest that celebrates Missouri's rapidly growing industry of community based breweries and distilleries.

Watch us live at noon from the homepage at kfvs12.com.

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