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Smoking ban discussed in Dexter, Ricin suspect arrested, Schnucks credit card woes

City leaders have discussed a smoking ban in Dexter. City leaders have discussed a smoking ban in Dexter.
A suspect in the ricin letter threats has been arrested. A suspect in the ricin letter threats has been arrested.
Customers of Schnucks stores who used debit/credit cards might have more worries. Customers of Schnucks stores who used debit/credit cards might have more worries.

It's an issue that has split many areas of the country. Should smoking be allowed in public places? The city of Dexter Board of Alderman discussed the issue in a recent meeting.

A suspect has been arrested in connection to the possibly ricin-laced letters that were sent to President Barack Obama.

When horrible situations like the marathon bombings happen, your first response might be to run for cover. Lives might have been saved by those who rushed in to help save lives. Christy Millweard talked to workers today about the importance of learning emergency procedures.

Inconsistent statements from sources within the Boston Marathon bombing investigation led to a premature announcement of an arrest today.

The Supreme Court has ruled that police must usually try to obtain a search warrant from a judge before ordering blood tests for drunken-driving suspects.

Bob Reeves says there is a threat of severe weather tomorrow in the Heartland.

As we told you earlier this week, suburban St. Louis-based grocery store chain Schnucks now says that 2.4 million credit cards and debit cards of its customers may have been compromised. Now, there may be new concerns for customers who used those cards. Arnold Wyrick has the details at 9 and 10.

Light drinking during pregnancy does not seem to have bad effects on a child's development, according to a new study out of London. Take our poll at www.kfvs12.com.

The US Senate scuttled the most far-reaching gun control legislation in two decades on Wednesday.

A convicted sex offender accused of kidnapping two southeast Missouri girls pleaded guilty to three counts of child porn Wednesday in federal court.

An Advance man pleaded guilty to statutory sodomy Wednesday. He was sentenced to 20 years.

A Puxico man faces several charges after police say he threatened two EMS workers and a sheriff's deputy.

A car crashed into the Save-A-Lot grocery store in Cape Girardeau Wednesday.

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James Long
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