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Dexter police look for impersonator, students honor veterans

Dexter police search for man they say is impersonating a Dexter police officer. Dexter police search for man they say is impersonating a Dexter police officer.
Find out which toy came out on top with 'A' in Does It Work Toy Testers Find out which toy came out on top with 'A' in Does It Work Toy Testers
Kentucky State Police kicked off their 4th annual 'Cram the Cruiser' food drive. Kentucky State Police kicked off their 4th annual 'Cram the Cruiser' food drive.

It's the 12th of the month and we want you to Pink Up. In today's report, Crystal Britt brings us more on a tough surgical decision newly diagnosed patients must face. You can click here to visit our Pink Up page on kfvs12.com.

Dexter authorities are looking for a man they say is portraying himself as a Dexter police officer, except the lights on his car are blue and white, not the traditional red and blue. Todd Tumminia was in Dexter with more on this story.

Holly Brantley sat down with the woman allegedly dragged behind her ex-boyfriend's truck over her cell phone. Her ex-boyfriend now faces assault charges. We first brought you the story on Friday and today Twylla Roderick shares her emotional story.

Kentucky State Police are asking you to help "Cram the Cruiser." Anyone can drop off non-perishable food items at the cruiser, parked at the KSP Post 1 entrance in Graves County until Dec. 15.

Does It Work Toy Testers kicked off today with turtles, Dora, trains and more. Lauren Keith took nine toys to a kindergarten classroom in Anna, Ill. You can click here to see which toy came out on top.

Students at Kelly School honored Veterans today with a ceremony. Local veterans from various wars talked to students about their service overseas and here at home.

We have an Honoring Heartland Veterans slideshow featuring pictures submitted by viewers of the veterans and/or soldiers in their lives. You can submit your own picture to cNews@kfvs12.com. Don't forget to include your name, the veterans name and where you're from.

Have a great evening and stay warm!

Amber Ruch KFVS-12 County News Web Producer

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