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IL prison conditions - Investigation continues after youth shot

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What a beautiful day on Sunday! Bryan McCormick tells us what's in store this week weather wise.

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A watchdog group says poor living conditions continue to plague the Vienna Correctional Center in southern Illinois.

The Dunklin County Sheriff's Office continues to investigate after a 4-year-old received a gunshot wound on Saturday.

A multi-vehicle crash on I-24 snarled traffic in McCracken County on Sunday.

Today is International Bereaved Mother's Day. Loreto Cruz has more from an event held today in Herrin.

Youth and police play basketball together in Cape Girardeau. Rae Daniel explains.

This year's businesses are booming compared to the last several years. And the time is now to plant. Find out why tonight on Heartland News.

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