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New Union County courthouse - Cape BBQ Fest - Mississippi River boat rescue

Union County will be dedicating a new courthouse this weekend. Union County will be dedicating a new courthouse this weekend.
It's time again for the Cape Girardeau BBQ Fest! It's time again for the Cape Girardeau BBQ Fest!
A boat rescue took place on the Mississippi River on Thursday. A boat rescue took place on the Mississippi River on Thursday.

Hello and TGIF!

Carly O'Keefe will be live in studio at 5 discussing the new Union County courthouse being dedicated this weekend.

Following that, I'll be live from the Cape Barbecue Fest at Arena Park. I'll have details on the weekend's events and how you can get involved!

Walmart is pushing more products that are made in America. Learn more about this endeavor at 5:25.

After that, President Obama is working to bring education reform as part of his recent bus tours. We'll have the full details on this.

Ben Affleck has been chosen to play Batman in the next Superman movie! We'll have the story and the reaction on this at 5:53.

Then at 6, we'll have information on the continued search for a missing 83-year-old New Madrid woman.

There are some back to school apps that can help you and your kiddos get back in the swing of things. Join us at 6:20 to find out which ones they are!

Police in St. Louis say a mentally disabled man accidentally shot and killed his sister. Catch the story on this at 6:28.

Join us for 12 minutes of commercial-free news starting at 6:45. Friday's topics include a boat rescue on the Mississippi River, a Heartland couple accused of injecting meth into an autistic woman and much more.

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Have a nice morning!

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