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Snow? - Ferguson decision looms - Chronic deer wasting disease

Snow - yes snow - is in the forecast this weekend. Snow - yes snow - is in the forecast this weekend.
Police are preparing before the grand jury's decision in Ferguson, MO. Police are preparing before the grand jury's decision in Ferguson, MO.
Chronic wasting deer disease is not as big a problem in Missouri this year (Source: EPA / MGN) Chronic wasting deer disease is not as big a problem in Missouri this year (Source: EPA / MGN)

Afternoon update

You can look for snow flakes on Sunday! The Heartland could see an inch or two of snow on Sunday. First weather is at 5:04.

Kentucky road crews say they are ready for the snow.

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Letter carrier rallies were held Friday in Kansas City, St. Louis and Cape Girardeau, along with more than 40 other locations throughout the nation.

We are hearing that chronic wasting deer disease is not as big a problem in Missouri this year. Kadee Brosseau tells us at 5:07 what hunters need to be aware of. Missouri deer gun season starts Saturday.

The St. Louis County police chief says his department will serve and protect once the grand jury decision in the Ferguson case is announced.

A new key cutting app could make it easier for would-be thieves to break into our homes, according to some locksmiths. Tune in at 5:11 for more.

Anybody feel like they're caught in a “part-time job” and looking for a way out? Don't miss Holly Brantley's story tonight at 6:00.

West Frankfort's mayor promised to keep landlords accountable. Rae Daniel checks in to see how that is going.

Here is a neat story! A group in Fredericktown, Missouri gathers every week to show off their classic cars, and to sing and play instruments at the local Hardee's. And get this - a 101-year-old woman is one of the singers! That story airs at 6:10.

Todd Richards previews high school playoff football in Heartland Football Friday.

Have a good evening –

James Long

Kfvs12.com Web Producer

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