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Supreme Court hears DWI case, Sikeston woman tied up & robbed, Missing horse tails

Justices are hearing a case involving a Jackson man. Justices are hearing a case involving a Jackson man.
DPS says an 83-year-old Sikeston woman was tied up and robbed. DPS says an 83-year-old Sikeston woman was tied up and robbed.
Some horses in southern Ill. are missing their tails. Some horses in southern Ill. are missing their tails.

Today, justices from the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in a case involving a dispute blood test on an unwilling drunk driving suspect from Jackson, Missouri. The decision could affect DWI cases not only here, but also across the country. Crystal Britt's live at five with more.

Two people face charges after police found a severely wounded dog in Kennett, Missouri.

Bob Reeves says we could see showers from now until early next week.

A teenager faces sentencing in March after pleading guilty to assaulting a 54-year-old man in a "knockout game" attack.

Some horses are missing their tails in Johnston City. Carly O'Keefe has the details.

Joplin Police Chief Lane Roberts spoke at an Emergency Preparedness Summit today in Poplar Bluff.

A Cape Girardeau employer announced they are hiring 30 or more employees to start February 2013.

Holly Brantley has the story of a Missouri man convicted of murder who will walk free.

Vice President Joe Biden heard personal stories of gun violence from representatives of victims groups and gun-safety organizations today.

Legal wrangling from last November's election has not prevented a southeastern Missouri Republican lawmaker from being sworn in.

House Speaker Michael Madigan says Illinois' pension crisis remains the most serious problem lawmakers face.

Todd Richards has the latest on the baseball Hall of Fame vote today. He'll also tell you about a new football agreement between Southeast Missouri State and Southeastern Louisiana.

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