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Hostages killed in Yemen - More troops to stay in Afghanistan - KY woman killed in IL wreck

Luke Somers, American hostage killed in Yemen raid (Source:  Jasmine Nears / Facebook / MGN) Luke Somers, American hostage killed in Yemen raid (Source: Jasmine Nears / Facebook / MGN)
More troops will stay in Afghanistan (Source: The U.S. Army / Wikimedia Commons / MGN) More troops will stay in Afghanistan (Source: The U.S. Army / Wikimedia Commons / MGN)
A KY woman has died after a crash in Massac County, IL (Source: MGN) A KY woman has died after a crash in Massac County, IL (Source: MGN)

The U.S. Secretary of Defense said hostages have been killed by terrorists during a rescue mission in Yemen.

The Associated Press reports the United States will keep about 1,000 more troops in Afghanistan than planned.

State Police say a woman has died after her car collided with a tractor trailer in Massac County, Illinois.

Scott City Police say Interstate 55 Northbound is down to 1 lane starting around mile marker 90.

A tugboat sank Saturday morning at the new construction site of the Eggners Ferry Bridge.

Volunteers at Slumberland in Cape Girardeau, Missouri loaded up 27 mattresses, box springs, blankets and sheets and delivered them to children and families in the area.

House of Hope hosted an event in Cape Girardeau, Missouri on Saturday for many that would mark this day as picture perfect.

Gun manufacturer Remington Arms Co. and plaintiffs in two class-action lawsuits have agreed to a settlement.

Bryan says some is fog possible overnight.

Todd recaps the Mizzou-Bama game as well as high school games scores and highlights.

Have a great night-

James Long

Kfvs12.com Web Producer

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