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Student visas, Dexter deadly wreck, 'Catch a John'

After this week's bomb plot in NY, will universities consider any changes regarding student visas? After this week's bomb plot in NY, will universities consider any changes regarding student visas?
An 82-year-old Bloomfield man died after he was struck by a unoccupied pickup yesterday. An 82-year-old Bloomfield man died after he was struck by a unoccupied pickup yesterday.
Eight men were caught and arrested in a two day sting operation in Graves County. Eight men were caught and arrested in a two day sting operation in Graves County.

After a former Southeast student was accused of trying to blow up New York's Federal Reserve building this week, will universities consider any changes regarding student visas? We'll have reaction from local universities around the Heartland.

Saturday's parade and football game highlight homecoming events this weekend at Southeast.

If you can't make it to the parade, watch the WebCast Saturday morning at approximately 9:40 with Carly O'Keefe and Laura Wibbenmeyer.

After last night's win, The St. Louis Cardinals have a 3-1 lead over San Francisco in the NL championship series. Holly Brantley will be live at Busch Stadium with updates.

Todd Richards will have Heartland Football Friday scores and highlights.

Meanwhile, if you are headed outside tonight for football or baseball, Bob Reeves says expect it to be cloudy and cool.

Eight men were caught and arrested in a two day sting operation in Graves County titled "Catch a John".

Sad to report, a 82-year-old Bloomfield man died after he was struck by a unoccupied pickup truck.

A man police say was involved in a deadly shooting in Cape Girardeau appeared in court.

Fire crews fought an early morning trailer fire near Benton, Mo. around 6 a.m. Friday.

Confidential files kept for years by Boy Scouts of America detailing allegations of sexual abuse against boys, include 46 cases from Missouri.

Ameren Illinois officials say they're expecting natural gas prices this winter will be similar to last season.

USDA numbers show farmers planted most of the land flooded in 2011 after the intentional breaching of the Birds Point levee in southeast Missouri.

Defense spending will be a talking point in next week's final presidential debate.

A massive dust storm swirling reddish-brown clouds over northern Oklahoma triggered a multi-vehicle accident along a major interstate.

A city's metro transit has apologized but says it won't discipline the driver who asked a woman with a baby to get off a bus because of a stinky diaper!

Looking for something to do this weekend?

Have a great evening -

James Long
Digital Content Producer
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