High court weighs marriage laws, Gov. Nixon calls for special military day, Woman charged in man's drug death

An Ill. woman has been charged in a man's heroin death.
An Ill. woman has been charged in a man's heroin death.
The Supreme Court continues to weigh marriage laws in the U.S.
The Supreme Court continues to weigh marriage laws in the U.S.
The winner of the $338 million jackpot could be known soon.
The winner of the $338 million jackpot could be known soon.

Hello!

It's been a busy morning so far here in the newsroom. Here's some stories we've been working on:

The big national focus on Tuesday remains on the Supreme Court and their decisions regarding DOMA and California's Prop. 8. Click here for more details.

Also making headlines is the overturned acquittal of Amanda Knox in Italy.

Locally, an Illinois woman has been charged in a man's heroin death. Also, Missouri Gov. Nixon is calling for a day of recognition for certain military veterans and a Missouri senate panel is weighing a credit card surcharge bill.

Join us at noon for the latest on the Cape Girardeau bank robbery that took place Monday and teachers being allowed to carry and also being trained to use firearms in West Plains.

Also during our noon newscast, we'll have details on a possible winner of the $338 million lottery drawing over the weekend and find out which new piece of technology many retailers are now using to ring up sales.

Head to kfvs12.com for stories on the Gates Foundation looking for new condom designs, police looking for an escaped inmate in Kentucky and elephant breeding at the St. Louis Zoo possibly impacted by a virus.

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Jen Baird
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KFVS12-Heartland News
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