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Pink Up - Willow Long vigil - Mo. gun bill

Thursday is Pink Up to help raise awareness for breast cancer. Thursday is Pink Up to help raise awareness for breast cancer.
Watson, Ill. came together Wednesday for a vigil for Willow Long. Watson, Ill. came together Wednesday for a vigil for Willow Long.
The fate of the Mo. gun bill was decided Wednesday. The fate of the Mo. gun bill was decided Wednesday.

Hello and happy Thursday!

Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon is cheering the decision of lawmakers to uphold his veto of an income tax cut bill. We'll have full details at 5:05.

Following that, Carly O'Keefe will be live throughout the morning from the SEMO District Fair for the livestock sales.

Then at 5:17, a man who tried to break into a church in Kennett over the weekend will face multiple charges.

A large crowd gathered in the small village of Watson, Illinois on Wednesday for a vigil for 7-year-old Willow Long. Catch a special report on this at 5:33.

At 5:45: could exercise help aid those with depression? New evidence says yes.

The lava lamp is celebrating a major milestone! Find out details at 5:53.

A family dog is getting special attention for sniffing out an abusive babysitter. I'll have the full incredible story at 6:04.

It's the 12th of the month and that means it's time again to Pink Up! Christy Millweard will have a special breast cancer awareness report at 6:21.

Then at 6:30 we will have continued coverage of the tensions between the U.S., Russia and Syria.

Join us for 12 minutes of commercial-free news starting at 6:45.

Thursday's headlines include the Missouri gun bill, Secretary of State John Kerry's visit to Switzerland and much more.

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