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The scene of a train vs. car crash in IL (Source: MIke Mohundro, KFVS) The scene of a train vs. car crash in IL (Source: MIke Mohundro, KFVS)
Perryville soccer is playing for a championship (Source: Todd Tumminia, KFVS) Perryville soccer is playing for a championship (Source: Todd Tumminia, KFVS)
Health insurance signups are underway. Health insurance signups are underway.

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State police say two people were injured after a car tried to beat an oncoming train in McClure early Saturday evening. Mollie Lair has the latest.

A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is in effect for some Heartland counties. The forecast calls for snow and some counties are seeing sleet this evening. Bryan McCormick has your forecast.

Perryville soccer is playing for the Class 2 State Championship. Todd Tumminia is there with an update!

A surgeon who contracted Ebola while working in Sierra Leone arrived in Nebraska Saturday for treatment.

From the East to West Coasts, police departments are bracing for large demonstrations when a grand jury decides whether or not to indict a Ferguson, MO police officer.

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