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Health care plans - Wacha close to no-hitter - Does it Work Wednesday

New health plans have been announced in Illinois. New health plans have been announced in Illinois.
Michael Wacha got very close to a no-hitter Tuesday night. Michael Wacha got very close to a no-hitter Tuesday night.
Does it Work Wednesday will try it before you buy it. Does it Work Wednesday will try it before you buy it.

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Another crisp fall drive into work this morning. We'll have your full weather forecast on the Breakfast Show to help you plan your day and the rest of the week.

An explosion triggered the evacuation of the Columbus Police Department. We'll have all the details at 5:06.

Following that, Carly O'Keefe will be live with details on the new health care plans in Illinois that were announced Tuesday.

Also, Texas Senator Ted Cruz Is speaking non-stop on the senate floor against the Affordable Care Act.

Keeping children safe sometimes requires more than just parental advice and at 5:20 we'll tell you about how self defense courses are now gaining popularity.

Illinois ATV owners could soon be paying an extra fee every year.

Mad Men actor John Hamm will undergo throat surgery next week. Full story at 5:52.

Cardinals pitcher Michael Wacha almost took home a no-hitter Tuesday night but missed out. Catch what happened at 6.

After that, we'll bring you continued coverage of the developments in Kenya.

Join me at 6:14 for details on a new study that shows you can sleep away your fears.

At 6:20, we'll have Does it Work Wednesday.

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Wednesday's headlines include health care in Missouri, a new paparazzi law, and much more.

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