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Man charged in connection with shooting death of family, another man - Americans annoyed by 'Christmas Creep'

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Ryan Champion, 36, has been charged in connection with a Trigg County shooting that left four people dead. Ryan Champion, 36, has been charged in connection with a Trigg County shooting that left four people dead.
Carbondale city leaders are allowing bars along "The Strip" to stay open for Halloween. This makes the second year in a row since previously barring them from doing business on the holiday due to a reputation for vandalism and rioting. Carbondale city leaders are allowing bars along "The Strip" to stay open for Halloween. This makes the second year in a row since previously barring them from doing business on the holiday due to a reputation for vandalism and rioting.

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A new study says 71 percent of Americans are annoyed when they see holiday items in stores before Halloween. Nichole Cartmell talked to some viewers to get their opinion. She'll have that story coming up on Heartland News. You can click here to visit our news page and answer our poll question.

Kentucky State Police say detectives have charged 36-year-old Ryan Champion with the deaths of his mother, father and sister after a shooting in Trigg County, Kentucky. He is also charged with the death of Vito Riservato.

This year's Halloween will mark the second year Carbondale leaders will let bars stay open along "The Strip." Businesses were previously barred from doing business on the holiday after it earned a reputation for vandalism and rioting.

Many children will hit the neighborhood streets dressed as ghosts and goblins on Halloween night, but the scary part is kids are at a higher risk to get hit by a car on Halloween night than any other night of the year.

The CDC has some suggestions for parents to have a safe Halloween. Also, it's going to be a chilly night, so gloves, hand warmers, long underwear and more can keep your child warm.

In national news, a winged spaceship designed to take tourists on excursions beyond Earth's atmosphere exploded during a test flight on Friday over the Mojave Desert, killing a pilot in the second fiery setback for commercial space travel in less than a week.

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