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Pistorius allowed to leave Africa, eyeballs at K.C. gas station, new Cardinals patches

Pistorius has been allowed to leave Africa. Pistorius has been allowed to leave Africa.
The U.S. has released a second round of graphic anti-smoking ads. The U.S. has released a second round of graphic anti-smoking ads.
The Cardinals have new patches honoring Stan the Man. The Cardinals have new patches honoring Stan the Man.

Good morning, all!

It's a bit warmer today and I welcome the nicer weather! You can get the forecast for the Heartland 24/7 at kfvs12.com/weather or on our free mobile weather app.

Former president of Africa, Nelson Mandela was hospitalized early Thursday morning and is now said to be responding well to treatments.

Oscar Pistorius has been allowed to leave Africa on certain conditions.

Also, government officials have launched the second round of a graphic ad campaign to convince Americans to stop smoking.

Tune in at noon for details on the search warrants used in the Sandy Hook school shooting investigation that were released Thursday. Also, the St. Louis Cardinals have new patches honoring Stan Musial and the gun control debate continues.

Head to kfvs12.com for details on a Missouri bill that would allow lotto winners to remain anonymous. Also, eyeballs were found at a Kansas City gas station and a store in Australia charges for "just looking".

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Jen Baird
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KFVS12-Heartland News
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