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3 children and mother found dead, MO T-Storm Watch, Quarry dispute

Authorities say they suspect a mother shot and killed her three young daughters outside this home (Source: KMOV) Authorities say they suspect a mother shot and killed her three young daughters outside this home (Source: KMOV)
Parts of Southeast MO is under a T-Storm WATCH until 8 p.m. Parts of Southeast MO is under a T-Storm WATCH until 8 p.m.
A judge is hearing a quarry dispute today. A judge is hearing a quarry dispute today.

A sad story coming out of Jefferson County, Missouri.

Authorities say they suspect a mother shot and killed her three young daughters before killing herself outside her estranged boyfriend's home. Crystal Britt will have the latest details on this heartbreaking story tonight at 5.

Bob Reeves says there's a severe thunderstorm WATCH in effect until 8 p.m. for most of southeast Missouri. 

According to the Associated Press, former suburban Chicago police officer Drew Peterson has been convicted of murdering 3rd wife. We'll have the latest from the trial tonight at 5.

A man accused of kidnapping and forcible rape turned himself in to Poplar Bluff police early Thursday morning.

Charleston police officers arrested a man after hearing several gunshots and finding a stolen gun.

The FBI is using digital billboards around the country to seek information about the serial bank robber dubbed the "Bucket List Bandit."

A judge began hearing the case today of Saxony Lutheran High School versus the Department of Natural Resources.

We've been following this quarry dispute for some time, and Holly Brantley will have the latest from the trial tonight at 5.

Two Metropolis residents were arrested after Massac County Sheriff's deputies found a meth lab around midnight on September 6.

What did you think of Bill Clinton's speech at the DNC last night? Tonight, President Barack Obama is expected to accept the party's nomination for president.

You've probably heard of the 'freshman 15,' but Crystal Britt reports more and more college freshman are now being weighed down with debt to the tune of $15,000.

Police are searching for a woman who allegedly stole a change purse from a gas station counter in Cape Girardeau Tuesday evening.

It's a hot-button issue in Jackson County dating back to July. The use of 'paper clips vs. staples' by candidates on campaign filings.

A judge has issued a new ruling in the case. Carly O'Keefe will have the new details on this story tonight at 6.

An appeal is planned after an eastern Missouri judge tossed out a lawsuit challenging the use of red-light cameras.

In sports, Josh Frydman will have the story of a Dexter High School football player who's battled back after having a stroke.

Have a great evening - 

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