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Keeping track of sex offenders, Fort Knox shooting, Warmer weather

(Source: MGN Online) (Source: MGN Online)
A shooting happened this evening at Fort Knox (Source: WAVE-TV) A shooting happened this evening at Fort Knox (Source: WAVE-TV)
Warmer weather is on its way (Source: MGN Online/KXLN Univision 45) Warmer weather is on its way (Source: MGN Online/KXLN Univision 45)

Keeping track of registered sex offenders is a never-ending task for law enforcement agencies. Sometimes police do lose track of those people. Arnold Wyrick has the details tonight at 9 and 10.

Fort Knox is on a heightened security alert following a reported shooting on post.

Connecticut lawmakers were expected to approve sweeping new restrictions on weapons and large-capacity magazines on Wednesday.

Bob Reeves says get ready for a warm-up this weekend!

Rutgers basketball coach Mike Rice is out of a job after video surfaced of his aggressive behavior during team practice sessions. SIUs Barry Hinson talks about coaching today's players.

An emergency official says a West Virginia county sheriff has been shot and a suspect is in custody.

Voters in Cape Girardeau shot down a city ordinance that would've allowed deer hunting in the city limits. Is this the last we'll hear of this issue?

Two months after it was towed to shore, tugboats once again captured a crippled Carnival cruise liner and brought it to port.

State Treasurer Clint Zweifel thanked the Missouri House of Representatives on Wednesday for passing a bill that would reunite lost medals to the veterans that earned them.

Todd Richards has Cards-D'backs highlights.

Have a great night - 

James Long
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