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BP $4.5 Million Settlement, KY Cold Case, Quiet and Cool

BP has agreed to  pay $4.5 billion in a settlement with the U.S. government. BP has agreed to pay $4.5 billion in a settlement with the U.S. government.
Holly Brantley talks to the children of a man who was killed in a 1985 Cold Case. Holly Brantley talks to the children of a man who was killed in a 1985 Cold Case.
A man was arrested after stealing a Jeep with a baby inside. A man was arrested after stealing a Jeep with a baby inside.
The FDA is investigating '5-Hour Energy shot' death claims. The FDA is investigating '5-Hour Energy shot' death claims.

BP PLC has agreed to pay $4.5 billion in a settlement with the U.S. government over massive 2010 Gulf oil spill.

Sometimes we all need that mid-week boost, but the FDA is investigating whether the '5-Hour Energy shot' may be supplying users with too big of a rush, or even death.

Duane and Betty Caldwell were closing up their grocery store on January, 1985, when the family's life changed forever. After a robbery, Duane was shot and killed. Holly Brantley has more on this Cold Case tonight at 6 as Duane and Betty's children speak out for the first time.

Allison Twaits has more on Julie Rea, a mother convicted in 1997 of the brutal murder of her 10-year-old son Joel, and her fight to clear her name.

Paducah police are seeking the public's help in identifying two possible accomplices to robbery of the U.S. Bank branch at Kentucky Oaks Mall Friday afternoon.

Marion City Council members are looking to revise the city's rental codes. Carly O'Keefe has more from Marion tonight at 5.

Bob Reeves says to expect quiet and cool weather through the weekend.

President Obama got his first look Thursday at the devastation that Superstorm Sandy waged on New York City.

Police arrested a Fenton, Mo. man after a vehicle with a baby inside was stolen from a convenience store in Imperial.

Police have charged an Owensboro woman with more than 1,000 counts of possessing child porn. Hear from the woman's mother who talks about the charges tonight at 6.

It's not even Thanksgiving yet, but we're already thinking about Christmas. It's easy to do with so many charities getting into the spirit of giving. Crystal Britt's live at six with one you may not know about.

Also today at Southeast, small business owners met with students and talked about building a business in today's economy.

First grade students test the InnoTab 2 tablet and other craft art kits on a toy test in Does it Work?

A paperboy in northern Utah received quite a fright on his morning delivery route. He was literally driven up a tree by an unusual neighborhood pet with an even more unusual name.

Southeast Missouri State is looking to get it's second win in row tonight as the men take on McNeese State. Todd Richards will be live at the Show Me Center with more.

Have a great evening - 

James Long

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