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Poplar Bluff police are searching for Ryan Aaron McVaugh, 27, who they say is armed and dangerous. Poplar Bluff police are searching for Ryan Aaron McVaugh, 27, who they say is armed and dangerous.
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A propane shortage is said to be the cause of higher prices during the current freezing temperatures. A propane shortage is said to be the cause of higher prices during the current freezing temperatures.
If you're heating system runs on electricity, it's probably working overtime and causing your bill to be high. If you're heating system runs on electricity, it's probably working overtime and causing your bill to be high.
A White County, Ill. school district could face a day in court if they don't put a stop to their prayer at the high school's graduation ceremonies. A White County, Ill. school district could face a day in court if they don't put a stop to their prayer at the high school's graduation ceremonies.

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Poplar Bluff police say they are looking for a man who is considered armed and dangerous. Ryan Aaron McVaugh, 27, has seven active warrants including DWI, burglary and trespassing. Most are in Missouri, according to Chief Danny Whiteley.

Tonight is Heartland Hoops Friday! You can click here to visit our Heartland Hoops page for the latest scores and watch Todd Richards on Heartland News at 10 for game highlights and more.

With freezing temperatures, many propane users are feeling the pinch of higher prices. Christy Millweard talked to Tom May, the director of public relations for MFA Oil, who said there's a huge demand for propane, but the supply is at a critically low level.

If you have a heating system that works on electricity, it's most likely working overtime. That can lead to very high electric bills for customers. Mollie Lair talked the Jackson director of electric utilities about how to lower your bill. You can click here for more.

Authorities say three arrests have been made in connection to two armed robberies in Elkville and Murphysboro. Officers in the area made a traffic stop, which lead to the identification of one of the suspects.

A Heartland school district could face a day in court if they don't put a stop to their prayer at the high school's graduation ceremonies. Allison Twaits talked to administrators at Norris City Omaha Enfield High School who now have to decide to handle the issue or possibly face being sued.

In national news, the company at the center of the West Virginia water crisis immediately knew a second chemical leaked from its plant into the Elk River, and told its workers in an email, according to a state environmental official.

A judge on Friday ordered a Texas hospital to remove life support for a pregnant, brain-dead woman. John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth has been keeping her on life support against her family's wishes.

Amber Ruch
County News Digital Content Producer
aruch@kfvs12.com
KFVS Hotline: 1-800-455-NEWS

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