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Strong storms are moving through southern Illinois.  Strong storms are predicted for the Heartland through tomorrow night. Our First Alert weather team has the latest at 5.

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Forecasters say severe weather developing in the US midsection could be stronger than previously expected.

Just in: A jury has reached a verdict in the federal death penalty trial of Boston Marathon bomber.

Kadee Brosseau checks out the robot that some young men made! Their team will compete in the world competition of robotics.

The main road through Murphysboro (Walnut/149) was shut down due to a gas leak, according to police. Rae Daniel has the latest.

Do you think students in public schools should be required to learn about the consequences of sending sexually suggestive text messages and the dangers of online sexual predators? Nick Chabarria explains.

An early morning fire has destroyed a home in Stoddard County, Missouri.

Reports of lightning strikes as storms moved through southern Illinois kept firefighters busy early Wednesday morning.

Allison Twaits tells us about a Missouri pastor's last wish.

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