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Man killed in shootout with authorities - Fallen soldiers remembered

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Tonight - partly cloudy with a slight chance of rain toward dawn. Bryan McCormick has your Sunday forecast tonight on Heartland News.

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Several ceremonies were held this Memorial Day weekend.

Police say James Barton Horn, who's accused of gunning down his ex-girlfriend and her 17-year-old son, was shot and killed Saturday.

The Department of Natural Resources is lifting the mandatory boil water order for the Cape-­Perry Public Water Supply District (PWSD) #1.

A two-city crackdown landed more than a dozen men in jail, including a pastor and Army lieutenant, on prostitution-related charges. A Paducah resident also faces charges. 

Illinois State Police investigated a crash on Friday afternoon that sent several people to the hospital.

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Have a great Saturday!

James Long

Kfvs12.com Web Producer

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