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12/12/12, Cape Girardeau land purchase, Fire protection issues

This baby was born this morning at 12:12 a.m. This baby was born this morning at 12:12 a.m.
Cape Girardeau has bought 247 acres of land from Southeast (Source: City of Cape Girardeau) Cape Girardeau has bought 247 acres of land from Southeast (Source: City of Cape Girardeau)
Saline County will be left without fire protection from Harrisburg starting in mid-2013. Saline County will be left without fire protection from Harrisburg starting in mid-2013.

Happy 12/12/12! A Ste. Genevieve couple welcomed a baby boy this morning at 12:12 a.m.

The City of Cape Girardeau announced Wednesday a big land purchase going towards creating jobs.

Recently, there was racial slurs written on some property at the SIU campus. Some are saying this isn't the first instance of racism against the black community on campus this semester. Carly O'Keefe has the details at five.

The Union County Grand Jury has returned indictments against David M. Olshon, 54, in connection with the death of Jami Restivo in January 2012.

Bob Reeves says tonight will be clear and rather cold. He'll tell you what to expect tomorrow for work and school.

A Graves County man faces attempted murder charges after police say he tried to run over Kentucky State Police troopers with a tractor.

Three people are facing charges in connection to the robbery of the Jefferson County Schools Credit Union Monday.

Gov. Pat Quinn says he will let the proper legal process play out before he closes state prisons.

The Harrisburg city council has decided to no longer provide fire protection to people outside the city limits starting in July 2013. Allison Twaits has new details tonight at six.

A Cape Girardeau 17 year old is on a mission to change the world one child at a time. Holly Brantley joins us live at six with more on how this young woman is working to connect the Heartland with a community in Africa.

Officials say Jacob Tyler Roberts is the gunman who opened fire in a Portland-area mall, killing two and seriously injuring one teenager on Tuesday.

Things are changing on Sesame Street and the writers behind the major children's series are tackling yet another tough subject... divorce.

Redhawks Head Basket Coach Dickey Nutt talks about the team's break during exams this week.

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