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3 more bombing suspects in custody, Reaction to morning-after pill, Mo. no helmet proposal

Three more suspects are in custody in connection to the Boston Marathon Bombings (Source: Twitter) Three more suspects are in custody in connection to the Boston Marathon Bombings (Source: Twitter)
A Cape Girardeau area pharmacist says he will not sell the "morning-after" pill. A Cape Girardeau area pharmacist says he will not sell the "morning-after" pill.
The House has endorsed a bill that would allow motorcyclist to forgo helmets. The House has endorsed a bill that would allow motorcyclist to forgo helmets.

Leading off today on Heartland News at five, Boston police are reporting they have three additional suspects in the marathon bombing in custody. We'll have the latest.

A version of the so-called "morning after" pill, for use as emergency contraception by girls and women aged 15 and older has been approved by the FDA. Todd Tumminia talked to a pharmacist today who says he won't sell it at all. Hear his reason why at 5:01 p.m.

The Missouri House has endorsed a bill that would allow motorcyclists to forgo wearing helmets on the road.

Allison Twaits was at a Healthcare rally in Mt. Vernon today. She'll tell you more about the reason people were gathering tonight at 5:08.

East Prairie High School students are giving back to others for their senior project. Students have raised thousands of dollars for a class trip, but instead will donate the cash.

Beginning today all gas stations in Cape Girardeau will require gas purchases to be prepaid.

Bob Reeves says tonight will be partly cloudy and mild. Tomorrow rain moves in.

Missouri Sen. Roy Blunt is touring Birds Point were he says that he is discussing reconstruction of the upper breach. Tomorrow is the two year anniversary of the levee breach. Hear what the Senator has to say tonight at 6:03.

Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan has filed a lawsuit against a Carterville car dealership that is accused of deceptive sales tactics.

Prosecutors say homicide charges against a Cape Girardeau man have been dismissed in connection to a December nightclub murder in Cape Girardeau.

The FBI is asking for the public's help in identifying who made threats against Southern Illinois University in Carbondale last fall.

Imagine waking up to a camel on your deck? A camel spent Wednesday morning walking free in a Cape Girardeau subdivision.

Exxon Mobil and Missouri officials are cleaning up an oil spill reported on Tuesday near the Arkansas/Missouri state line.

In sports, Todd Richards has the latest on the Southern Illinois Miners who had their media day today, Reds/Cardinals highlights as well as high school baseball, softball and track.

Have a great evening - 

James Long
Kfvs12.com Digital Content Producer
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