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Missing couple found dead, Mound City water main break, Liquor-filled chocolates to kids

A missing Reynolds County couple was found dead Thursday morning. A missing Reynolds County couple was found dead Thursday morning.
Mound City has no water at this time due to a water main break. Mound City has no water at this time due to a water main break.
Children at a preschool in St. Louis received candy with liquor inside. Children at a preschool in St. Louis received candy with liquor inside.

Good morning,

Join us for Heartland News at Noon for the latest on a missing Reynolds County couple found dead Thursday morning.

Also, we'll have the latest on the Mound City water main break and the death of a SIU student.

From kfvs12.com: A mosque and a church in Waukegan are the latest target of vandals who have been spray painting graffiti on houses of worship.

Plus, people in St. Louis with outstanding warrants for non-violent crimes are getting a break.

A commercial building in Zeigler has been condemned after a partial collapse Thursday.

A preschool is apologizing after liquor-filled chocolates were given to children in a Valentine's Day party last week.

A group that hoped to put a marijuana legalization proposal on Missouri's November ballot instead plans to postpone its efforts until the 2016 presidential election.

Neighbors watched in horror, unable to stop a 10-year-old southwest Missouri girl from being snatched off the street just blocks from her home.

Also, a former helicopter mechanic with an elite Army special operations unit condemned to death for killing three children wants to end all his appeals.

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