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Missing children returned - Autopsy on SIU student - Coach suspect in Mo. girls death

The father was able to pick up his kids with help of deputies (Source: Scott County SO). The father was able to pick up his kids with help of deputies (Source: Scott County SO).
Pravin Varughese, 19, had been missing since Wednesday, Feb. 12 Pravin Varughese, 19, had been missing since Wednesday, Feb. 12

We could be in for some stormy weather tomorrow. Grant Dade and Bob Reeves will have the latest information on what to expect tonight at 5:02.

Scott County Sheriff Rick Walter says two children who were taken by their biological mother Tuesday have been located and are safe. Mollie Lair has been in Sikeston today and will have a live report at 5:03.

An autopsy was scheduled for this afternoon on an SIU student who was found dead yesterday. Allison Twaits has more on this story tonight at 5:05.

Here is such a sad story coming out of Springfield, Mo. A coach is the suspect in the death of a girl who was abducted Tuesday, according to the Springfield, Mo. Public School superintendent.

A man faces charges in connection to a baby's 2013 death in southern Illinois.

Wednesday's Powerball drawing carries an estimated $400 million jackpot. What would you buy?

One person was taken into custody after a Mt. Vernon man was stabbed to death Tuesday evening.

A Shawneetown man is the victim of a deadly morning fire.

Have you been following the unrest going on in Kiev, Ukraine? At 5:10, hear from two Heartland residents who have lived there.

A new study shows just how effective ACT and SAT tests are. Christy Millweard talked to teachers and students at the high school and college level.

Have you heard of 'hot yoga?' Mollie Lair warns of the dangers tonight in a report at 5:23.

The head of the Missouri Corrections Department is not saying if there is enough of the state's execution drug to carry out next week's scheduled lethal injection.

State lawmakers are considering legislation that would make Missouri legislators wait two years after leaving office to become lobbyists.

Is there a correlation between mental illness and illegal drug use? Tune in to a report by Kadee Brosseau at 6:10.

Todd Richards says Jackson's wrestling team is headed to state competition and SEMO baseball returns home in sports at 6:21.

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