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FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Spending Labor Day outside? Or hitting the road? OPEN APP for what to expect.

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It is Monday, Sept. 5, 2016.

First Alert Weather Outlook:

The Heartland’s taste of fall is over, as summer humidity returns for your Labor Day. You’ll notice the difference first thing this morning, and by noon temps will be in the mid-80s with the humidity pushing the heat index right around 100. And this kicks of a hot week ahead, so don’t put away the summer clothes just yet. FIRST ALERT: there is a good chance of rain later in the week.

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Making Headlines:

Deadly shooting: A deadly officer-involved shooting this past weekend in Massac County remains under investigation. Donny Max Daugherty, 36, of Clifton, Tennessee, was shot and killed Saturday after a confrontation with police near Brookport.

Looking for suspect: The McCracken County Sheriff's Department is actively searching for a 29-year-old Paducah man. Investigators say they attempted to pull over Chad Taylor, but he refused to stop. He eventually stopped and got away on foot. He is wanted on multiple charges.

Wrapping up: The Du Quoin State Fair comes to an end today, but there is still plenty of entertainment on tap. The Summerland Tour, featuring Sugar Ray, Everclear, Lit and Sponge will be playing at the Grandstand this evening.

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