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Police and FBI are searching for a suspect in a Sikeston bank robbery on Monday. Police and FBI are searching for a suspect in a Sikeston bank robbery on Monday.
A historic cabin moved to new home from Cape Girardeau. A historic cabin moved to new home from Cape Girardeau.
The coroner said no foul play is suspected in a deadly natural gas explosion in Ina, Ill. The coroner said no foul play is suspected in a deadly natural gas explosion in Ina, Ill.

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Authorities are investigating a bank robbery in Sikeston, Mo. Cpt. Jim McMillen with Sikeston DPS says a suspect entered the Alliance Bank just before noon and announced it was a robbery. The suspect then left on foot with an undetermined amount of money.

Credit card security is being questioned now that everything is digitized, including your wallet. We've heard about Google Wallet, now iPhone users can make a purchase with their phones using Apple pay. Nichole Cartmell will have more on how tech companies, like Apple, are stepping up their game to make sure consumers' information is secure.

Many people in Missouri are talking about Amendment 3. Some say it's unfair to teachers, while others say it keeps them accountable. Kadee Brosseau talked to parents and teachers today about the issue. You can click here for the story.

A historic log cabin original to the Cape Girardeau area got a new home on Monday. Nick Chabarria was there as a five man crew, a crane and two trailers handled the 5 mile move. They first separated the roof from the walls and loaded them on trailers.

A charity golf tournament in Cape Girardeau, Mo. helped families of fallen highway patrol troopers. Seventeen teams came out to support the cause.

Anna-Jonesboro Community High School leaders are investigating reports of a bullying incident at school. A statement released by Superintendent Rob Wright says school leaders are investigating a bullying incident that they became aware of over the weekend. Allison Twaits talked to the father of the boy involved in the alleged incident. You can click here for the story.

The school board held a meeting tonight on the alleged incident. Parents were upset and the board moved to a closed meeting. Giacomo Luca will have the latest on Heartland News at 9 and 10.

Four people were arrested and at least 30 people were cited for several separate violations this past weekend during “Unofficial Halloween.”

One incident involved three people being arrested after a crowd flipped a car on its roof early Sunday morning. A witness and grad student at SIUC said the crowd was shouting “S-I-U, S-I-U,” as they flipped the car.

DPS at SIUC are also investigating a report of sexual assault on Sunday. According to police, the alleged assault happened in Neely Hall, and the victim and suspects know each other.

Coroner Eddie Joe Marks says no foul play is suspected in a natural gas explosion in Ina, Ill. that killed 87-year-old Byford Campbell and 87-year-old Wastina Campbell.

In national news, health officials said on Monday that 43 of 48 people in Dallas, Texas on an original watch list for possible Ebola contamination have passed the incubation period safely. Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings said 120 people are still being monitored with their wait period ending on Nov. 7. He said the number may fluctuate.

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