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Coach fired after tirade, Repeat teen pregnancies, Election complaint

A college coach has been fired as a result of a videotaped tirade (Source: MGN Online) A college coach has been fired as a result of a videotaped tirade (Source: MGN Online)
A new study shows 1 in 5 teen pregnancies are repeat births (Source: MGN Online) A new study shows 1 in 5 teen pregnancies are repeat births (Source: MGN Online)
One candidate plans to fill out a formal complaint after yesterday's election controversy (Source: MGN Online) One candidate plans to fill out a formal complaint after yesterday's election controversy (Source: MGN Online)

It's being reported Rutgers men's basketball coach Mike Rice has been fired following a video airing on ESPN showing an angry tirade during practice. Todd Tumminia talks to a local college coach about setting boundaries during practice.

Allegedly, witnesses say an election judge filled out a ballot for a voter who can't read or write in Marston yesterday. Now, a candidate who reportedly lost will fill out a formal complaint.

A 2.7 earthquake rattled parts of New Madrid and Pemiscot counties Tuesday night.

A veteran Illinois police officer has resigned after being accused of being drunk on the job.

One Calf. resident thought they spotted a cougar lurking around their neighborhood-turns out it was a FAT cat.

A new report shows one in five teen pregnancies are a repeat birth. Holly Brantley talked to a teen pregnancy prevention and resource program about the alarming statistic.

Bob Reeves says we may see a little rain tomorrow before it warms up for the weekend.

Urban deer hunting was voted down in the city of Cape Girardeau on Tuesday. Crystal Britt talked to city leaders about what they will now about the deer issue.

You can find yesterday's election results here.

The Kennett Police Department, in partnership with City Light, Gas and Water, has embarked on a new campaign called ‘Lights On, Crime Off'.

The V.E.T. Home, Veterans Entering Transition, opened its doors to local veterans on March 11, but had it's grand opening today.

Williamson County Sheriff Bennie Vick announced that the Williamson County Sheriff's Office will participate in another National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day.

Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn's trip this week to Mexico City could bring him votes as well as jobs to the state.

Todd Richards will have video of Louisville Coach Rick Pitino talking about Kevin Ware's leg injury and the guard's rehabilitation. Todd will also tell us who is the new SIU women's basketball head coach.

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James Long
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