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Pearl Harbor Day, Pit Bull ordinance, SC to hear gay marriage cases

What's going on with the pit bull ordinance and possible dog seizures in Sikeston? What's going on with the pit bull ordinance and possible dog seizures in Sikeston?
Remembering the Pearl Harbor bombing. Remembering the Pearl Harbor bombing.
The Supreme Court will take up California's ban on same-sex marriage. The Supreme Court will take up California's ban on same-sex marriage.

Good afternoon. We'll begin at 5 p.m. with a story many of you asked us to check out: What's going on with the pit bull ordinance and possible dog seizures in Sikeston? Kathy Sweeney has some answers.

People around the country are marking the 71st anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor today that launched the United States into World War II. We'll show you ceremonies held in Cape Girardeau.

A World War-II era plane has been recovered from on the bottom of Lake Michigan, where it has been for nearly 70 years.

A strong earthquake Friday struck the same Japanese coast devastated by last year's massive quake and tsunami.

A guilty plea entered by one volunteer firefighter from Fruitland leads to arson charges against another.

A southern Illinois woman faces several charges in the death of a newborn child.

A Murray State basketball player who withdrew his guilty plea to hitting a couple with his car in the parking lot of a Walmart has been indicted again.

Bob Reeves says we will see on again, off again showers throughout the weekend.

The Supreme Court will take up California's ban on same-sex marriage. Justices could decide whether gay Americans have the same constitutional right to marry as heterosexuals.

A federal lawmaker from Illinois who pressed the Army Corps of Engineers to release more Missouri River water into the drought-starved Mississippi says he understands why the agency has decided against it.

Illinois' state climatologist says he believes the worst U.S. drought in decades likely will continue through next year.

Crystal Britt visited with a Jackson, Mo. family that has learned to more or less live off the land.

Allison Twaits will be at the Carterville Christmas Fest!

The Illinois Department of Employment Security says a federal program that provided unemployment insurance beyond the state's initial 25-week coverage will expire Dec. 29.

U.S. companies added 146,000 jobs, and the unemployment rate fell to 7.7 percent - the lowest in nearly four years - from 7.9 percent in October.

A nurse who fell victim to a prank telephone call seeking information about the Duchess of Cambridge's pregnancy has died.

Josh Frydman will be live from Sikeston at the SEMO Conference Tournament.

Have a great evening,

James Long

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