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Movie theatre massacre, Prostitution ring bust

A gunman has killed 12 people during the midnight premiere of The Dark Knight Rises in a Denver suburb. 

We will bring you the latest on the shooting from witnesses,police and hear from first responders who were at the scene in Colorado.


We'll tell you what we know so far about the gunman.

AMC Theatres has released a statement on the mass shooting.

President Obama also released a statement this morning.

Crystal Britt got reaction about the shooting from movie-goers and police today in Cape Girardeau. 

Take our web poll: Will you stop going to the movie theater because of the shooting in Aurora, Colorado?

Click here to read more about the tragic incident in Colorado.

Bob Reeves says the "cooler and dry" weather will continue until tomorrow.

A three day undercover prostitution investigation led to 14 arrests, including two juveniles, in McCracken County. Carly O'Keefe talked to the McCracken County sheriff about details surrounding the bust.

Police are still looking for two inmates who walked away from a work release detail in Arkansas and may now be in southeast Missouri.

A Butler County woman who disappeared nearly nine years ago has finally been laid to rest. 

It's been almost 20 years since a part-time deputy discovered the body of Mischelle Lawless in her car near the Benton exit off Interstate 55. It was November of 1992. She'd been shot and beaten.  Holly Brantley talks to the sheriff about new leads in the case.  CBS' show 48-Hours is scheduled to re-run the Lawless story on Saturday evening.

A Paducah babysitter is accused of stealing checks and cashing them for thousands of dollars.

A Mississippi County man has pleaded guilty to murdering an Arkansas man in 2011.

Sewage backing into homes has prompted a special meeting tonight in Gordonville. We'll also tell you about woman in Scott City who says she is being scammed by mail.

Police are searching for two men who robbed a handicapped man of his SUV - and the wheels off of his wheelchair.

Forty dairy cows are dead after the restless animals shifted the weight in a trailer and toppled a big-rig at an intersection in Southern California!

Have a great evening,

James Long
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