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FIRST ALERT: Muggy morning to kick off Friday. OPEN app to see if rain could impact your evening plans

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It is Friday, Aug. 26.

First Alert Weather Outlook:

Another quiet and muggy morning to kick off your Friday! Watch out for fog on your morning commute in the usual places. This afternoon will be hot and humid again with temps close to 90. As the day goes on, the chances for thunderstorms and showers go up, so be prepared with rain gear for Football Friday night or a trip to the Du Quoin State Fair. FIRST ALERT: the hot-and-humid-with-chance-of-thunderstorms pattern continues through the weekend.

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Making Headlines:

Under investigationA police situation is underway at the Aisin plant in Marion. Employees say one building in the three building facility was evacuated and shut down overnight.

Search for suspects: Two nuns, who worked as nurse practitioners, were found dead Thursday morning in Holmes County, Mississippi. The search is on for anyone that might have been involved in their alleged murders.

Flood buyouts: After Illinois lawmakers passed a temporary budget, some folks in Alexander County are slated to receive flood buyout money they were promised years ago. That means more than $10 million of federal and state funds will now find their way into Alexander County.

Car bomb:  Kurdish militants on Friday attacked a police checkpoint in southeast Turkey with an explosives-laden truck, killing at least 11 police officers and wounding 78 other people, the state-run news agency said.

State fair: It is a big day in Du Quoin. The state fair kicks off this evening with a twilight parade. However, attendees might notice some changes. 

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