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Tornado sirens - Anti-bullying campaign - Man accused of killing mom was in court

New tornado sirens around Cape Girardeau could be paid for by casino revenue. New tornado sirens around Cape Girardeau could be paid for by casino revenue.
A Paducah girl is being recognized for her efforts against bullying. A Paducah girl is being recognized for her efforts against bullying.
A Scott City man accused of killing his mom was in court today. A Scott City man accused of killing his mom was in court today.

The city of Cape Girardeau could soon see more tornado sirens that could be paid for by casino revenue. Christy Millweard talked to the mayor and has the details tonight at 5:00.

Laura Wibbenmeyer says tonight will be mostly clear and muggy with lows 65 to 71. However, rain could be on the horizon.

There is a meeting between today in Dunklin County between a number of law enforcement agencies. Kathy Sweeney has the details at 5:04.

At 5:05, Allison Twaits has a story about a 10-year-old from Paducah who is being recognized for her anti-bullying efforts that's raised nearly $20,000. Meanwhile, Kadee Brosseau talked to concerned parents about bullying in Campbell, Missouri. She'll have more details at 6:00.

A man who is facing charges in connection with his mother's murder made his first court appearance on Wednesday.

According to Perryville City Hall, the Board of Aldermen met Tuesday night and voted on a ballot measure that changes the way the city selects its police chief.

A Cape Girardeau woman accused of running over her roommate with a car was in court today.

St. Louis Cardinals Broadcaster Mike Shannon is recovering after heart surgery. Todd Richards has more in Heartland Sports.

The American Civil Liberties Union has sent a letter to school superintendents in Kentucky concerning bible distribution

There have been reported multiple injuries after a bus crash in Mo. this afternoon. Seven students were injured in a bus crash near Louisville.

Reports are nearly 800 temporary workers in Illinois will be needed to help people sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act. And, a processing center in Mo. is adding nearly 600 jobs.

Authorities in southwest Missouri are continuing the search for a 12-year-old girl.

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James Long
Kfvs12.com Digital Content Producer
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