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Latest news on Boston bombings, Womens' dorm room intruder, Murder suspect in court

Police are investigating after a mystery man invaded a women's dorm room. Police are investigating after a mystery man invaded a women's dorm room.
This Carbondale murder suspect was in court today (Source: Carbondale PD) This Carbondale murder suspect was in court today (Source: Carbondale PD)

We'll have the latest on the Boston Marathon Bombings tonight at five. The Associated Press said today a person briefed on the probe said 6-liter pressure cookers filled with ball bearings and metal was hidden inside duffel bags.

President Obama said today, "It will take time to follow every lead and determine what happened."

A Caruthersville High School student was killed in a crash on the way to school Tuesday morning.

A Carbondale man made his first appearance in court Tuesday on an indictment charging him in three separate counts with first degree murder.

American Airlines grounded all flights Tuesday because of outages in its reservation system.

Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon says his administration will stop making electronic copies of people's concealed gun permits.

How are people spending their tax returns?

Defense attorneys for Jodi Arias rested their case as proceedings got underway Tuesday morning in her first-degree murder trial.

The city of Marion honored Mayor Bob Butler for five decades of service to the community. Allison Twaits has the details.

Saturday night, it was discovered a mystery man somehow got in to a women's dorm room at Southeast and used their shower. Holly Brantley talked with the students and school leaders today and will have the latest on the investigation tonight at six.

Do you owe a library fine in Cape Girardeau? Now is the time to cash in that fine with a non-perishable food item.

About a month ago, three inmates escaped from the Butler County Jail. The sheriff and county commission told us they planned on improving the jail.  We sent Todd Tumminia to see what is being done.

Candidates to replace U.S. Rep. Jo Ann Emerson in Missouri's 8th Congressional District will debate next month at Southeast Missouri State University.

A 16-year-old student faces juvenile charges after being accused of urinating in a faculty coffee pot!

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