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Healthcare website glitches - School shooting - Tainted breast milk

President Obama talks about healthcare website. (Source: CNN) President Obama talks about healthcare website. (Source: CNN)
Police block off a road because of the school shooting in Nevada. (Source: KOLO/CNN) Police block off a road because of the school shooting in Nevada. (Source: KOLO/CNN)
Purchased breast milk could be contaminated. (Source: MGN) Purchased breast milk could be contaminated. (Source: MGN)
Jordan Lewis (Source: Brad Lewis) Jordan Lewis (Source: Brad Lewis)

Good afternoon!

President Obama gave a speech this morning about the glitches the new healthcare website has been having for the past three weeks. He said that "nobody's madder" than him, while also stressing the benefits the Affordable Care Act offers.

Join Holly Brantley tonight at 5:12 to see how a local man is dealing with the healthcare website glitches.

A shooting at a Nevada school left two people dead this morning. One was the shooting suspect and one was a teacher. The motive of the shooting is still unknown and it is still unclear if the suspect took his own life.

Moms are told over and over that breast milk is the best for babies, but what if that milk is actually harmful? Kadee Brousseau will explain tonight at 5:23 how purchased breast milk could be contaminated.

Allegations that a 15-year-old Cambria, Ill. boy was bullied have surfaced since his death. Rachel Gartner talks to his sister tonight at 6:01.

The Show-Me Cannabis Caravan makes a stop in Cape Girardeau this evening on a statewide campaign to promote the legalization and regulation of marijuana. Todd Tumminia will be live at 5 & 6 to give you a glimpse of the meeting.

Carbondale police say three men are facing mob action and other charges after an incident involving guns.

Unfortunately, we have some sad news for fans of the St. Louis Rams. St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford will miss the rest of the season because of a torn knee ligament.

Have a great afternoon!
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