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Spiders, camels and underwear - Oh My!

Several items were reported missing from a Cape Girardeau home including underwear, electronics and jewelry. Several items were reported missing from a Cape Girardeau home including underwear, electronics and jewelry.
"Dot" got loose from the 5-H ranch on County Road 618 early Wednesday morning. (Source: Kari Webb Priest/Facebook) "Dot" got loose from the 5-H ranch on County Road 618 early Wednesday morning. (Source: Kari Webb Priest/Facebook)
According to Reuters, a small amount of crude oil spilled into a yard in Ripley County, Mo. According to Reuters, a small amount of crude oil spilled into a yard in Ripley County, Mo.
Three additional suspects have been taken into custody by the FBI related to the Boston Marathon Bombing (Left: Azamat, Center: Dias, Right: Dzhokhar). (Source: VK) Three additional suspects have been taken into custody by the FBI related to the Boston Marathon Bombing (Left: Azamat, Center: Dias, Right: Dzhokhar). (Source: VK)

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Motorcycle riders may not be required to wear helmets anymore in Missouri. Lawmakers are talking about changing the law currently on the books. Christy Millweard has more, tonight at 9 and 10.

Cape Girardeau police say someone stole items from a home last weekend, including women's underwear. Police say there are no suspects in custody at this time and the case is still under investigation. You can click here to read the story.

A good "Hump Day" story getting a lot of attention today on our Facebook and Twitter: "Dot" the camel spent this morning walking free in Cape Girardeau's Whispering Oaks subdivision.

A Paducah man was taken to the hospital after officers say he went off the right shoulder of the road into a ditch because of a spider. You can click here for more.

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

WARNING: Gross Alert! A new study is looking to discover whether eating boogers could benefit your health. The man conducting the study says his research should take a few weeks and he already has a line of people wanting to participate.

Exxon Mobile and Missouri officials are currently in the process of cleaning up an oil spill reported yesterday near the Arkansas/Missouri state line.

In national news, three additional suspects appeared in federal court today related to the Boston Marathon bombing case. The new charges against them relate to incidents after the bombing took place, not the planning of the bombing.

Amber Ruch
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aruch@kfvs12.com
KFVS Hotline: 1-800-455-NEWS

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