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Fancy Farm preview - Kentuckians don't have to worry about license - Durbin wants Amtrak delays looked at

The annual Fancy Farm picnic takes place this weekend. The annual Fancy Farm picnic takes place this weekend.
KY residents don't have to worry about their licences for another year. KY residents don't have to worry about their licences for another year.
Durbin wants Amtrak delays looked at. Durbin wants Amtrak delays looked at.
Nichole Cartmell will be live in Graves County where the Fancy Farm Picnic takes place tomorrow. This year's Senate race is this year's marquee matchup and is expected to attract people and media from across the country.

Kentuckians don't have to worry about their driver's licenses for another year.

U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin wants federal rail officials to look at delays along the Amtrak route from Carbondale to Chicago.

As the Ebola epidemic worsens, countries in West Africa are frantically trying to keep it from spreading. Emory University Hospital has been told a patient with the Ebola virus will be transferred to its hospital in Atlanta.

Health officials in Franklin County say mosquitoes collected in the county have tested positive for the West Nile virus.

The average cost of sending a child back to school is nearly $600. Many Heartland families simply can't afford to buy the basic supplies required. That's why we are asking you to help 'Stuff the Bus' tomorrow!

Going out tonight? Grant Dade says it will be clear to partly cloudy and mild Friday night.

A 51-year-old MO man who was seriously injured when he picked up a firework in his yard following Fourth of July festivities has died.

What is behind the downtown Cape Girardeau business boom? Kadee Brosseau explains tonight at 6.

President Barack Obama says the economy is getting stronger.

Allison Twaits talked to Illinois' Gov. Pat Quinn about his quest to raise the state's minimum wage.

Trending on Facebook: An officer from Los Angeles County took to Twitter on Friday when Facebook users called for help to report that the social medial website was down.

Have a great evening -

James Long

Kfvs12.com Web Producer

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