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Afternoon update: Clay Waller's attorney and ex-girlfriend speak

New allegations surfaced yesterday about Clay Waller, today his ex-girlfriend and his attorney speak out. New allegations surfaced yesterday about Clay Waller, today his ex-girlfriend and his attorney speak out.
Thomas D. Evans, Jr. was acquitted of murder (Source: Cape Girardeau Police) Thomas D. Evans, Jr. was acquitted of murder (Source: Cape Girardeau Police)

Good afternoon.

After new allegations about Clay Waller surfaced yesterday, Crystal Britt gets reaction today from Waller's ex-girlfriend and his attorney Scott Reynolds.

One person was killed in a crash on Highway 25 near Delta, according to the Missouri Highway Patrol.

A man charged with second degree murder in a Cape Girardeau shooting has been acquitted of the charge.

Police are investigating an act of vandalism at the Shivelbine's Music Store on Broadway in Cape Girardeau.

At least one suspect in the reported 9/11 anniversary terror threats is a U.S. citizen, while two others may have American passports or green cards.

Julia Bruck talked today with Carbondale firefighters who went to New York to fill in after 9/11.

Christy Millweard talked to some school children in Jackson about what they remember about 9/11.

Carly O'Keefe gets reaction from a local union leader in Chester about possible job losses proposed by the governor yesterday and the economic impact due to state budget cuts.

Bob Reeves says light rain is possible for the rest of today with chances of rain decreasing on Sunday.

Todd Richards will preview the Heartland Football Friday game of the week, Sikeston vs. Dexter!

Have a great evening,

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