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Nail polish remover, baby monitor hacked, back to school

Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn signed legislation that lets casinos and race tracks garnish gambling winnings from parents who owe back child support. Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn signed legislation that lets casinos and race tracks garnish gambling winnings from parents who owe back child support.
Back to school means back to homework. Back to school means back to homework.

Another common drug store product is getting harder to buy. First it was cold and allergy medications. Now, in order to buy nail polish remover at CVS drug stores, you will have to show an ID, thanks to a new corporate policy. Allison Twaits will have more on Heartland News at Six.

The president of the Missouri Rodeo Cowboy Association has resigned after getting flak about a State Fair event that mocked President Barack Obama.

There has been a change of plea from the Cape Girardeau doctor charged with five fraud-related federal charges.

Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn signed legislation that lets casinos and race tracks garnish gambling winnings from parents who owe back child support.

Texas parents were horrified to discover the camera they were using to monitor their 2-year-old and keep her safe was hacked, and what the hacker did was chilling.

After almost three months of summer, it's time to get the kids back into their school routines. But teachers say one of the hardest things for students to get used to is fitting homework into their busy schedules. Kadee Brosseau went to Advance, Missouri to learn how you can help make this transition easier for your kids. See more on our Back to School page online.

J.C. Penney is under fire for a "back-to-school" television ad some parents say promotes bullying.

Northbound I-55 in Scott County will be reduced to one lane as Missouri Department of Transportation crews perform bridge repairs on Wednesday.

A mysterious priest, who appeared at a car accident in Missouri, prayed and anointed the victim, before seeming to evaporate into thin air has come forward.

A new survey says a quarter of young social media users have posted comments, photos and other information that they fear could cost them a job.

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