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Flood cleanup - Body found - Rams injury

Folks are cleaning up their homes after Saturday's flash flooding (Source: Mike Mohundro). Folks are cleaning up their homes after Saturday's flash flooding (Source: Mike Mohundro).
Crews found the body of a missing Ky. man today. Crews found the body of a missing Ky. man today.
St. Louis Rams offensive tackle Jake Long was taken off the field on a cart. St. Louis Rams offensive tackle Jake Long was taken off the field on a cart.

Good evening! Here's just some of the stories you'll see tonight on Heartland News:

Residents in southeast Missouri and southern Illinois are trying to salvage what they can after water flooded their homes Saturday.  Hear what they'll do next, tonight at 10:08.

There are still a number of roads closed due high water.

Laura Wibbenmeyer says tonight and tomorrow will be mostly cloudy and colder.  Tune in to her first forecast tonight at 10:07.

Ballard County Emergency Management says the body of a missing Wickliffe, Kentucky man was recovered on Sunday afternoon.

A 23-year-old Ellsinore man is dead after a wreck in Carter County.

Two men have died after being hit by a car in southeast Missouri Saturday evening.

An Arkansas woman died as a result of the severe storms that moved through Saturday evening.

A lot of kids' Christmas got a little brighter due to the third annual Radical Christmas Experience that kicked off in Sikeston, Missouri on Sunday. Find out more at 10:13.

Apple says it has reached a deal to bring the iPhone to China.

The Rams beat the Bucs today to finish strong at home, but a key player may have been lost for the year due to a knee injury. Josh Frydman will have the details in Heartland Sports.

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