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July 4th shooting suspect back in Mo. - Healthcare law changes - Man arrested after campus alert

This Charleston shooting suspect has been brought back to Missouri from N. C. (Source: Charleston DPS). This Charleston shooting suspect has been brought back to Missouri from N. C. (Source: Charleston DPS).
The Obama administration is giving insurance companies the option to keep offering consumers plans. The Obama administration is giving insurance companies the option to keep offering consumers plans.
A man has been arrested in connection to someone grabbing and touching students on campus. A man has been arrested in connection to someone grabbing and touching students on campus.

Good afternoon! It's nice to see the sun again today! Here's just some of the stories we are working on for Heartland News at 5 and 6:

Bob Reeves says clouds increase tonight with chances of showers on Saturday and Sunday. Tune in to his first forecast tonight at 5:05.

A southeast Mo. mom busted a man who tried to contact her daughter on Facebook. Kadee Brosseau has the details tonight at 5:00.

Charleston shooting suspect is back in Missouri after being held in North Carolina.

President Barack Obama this morning announced changes to his health care law.

A new emergency response app is designed to help schools stay safe. Allison Twaits has more from Carbondale tonight at 5:11.

Police say an arrest is made following a campus alert at Southeast Missouri State.

The family of a Fredericktown man who's remains were found in Tanney County is speaking out. Mollie Lair has their reaction tonight at 6:00.

A company says they have made a working gun from a 3D printer.

A children's hospital is locked down and a suspect in custody after reports of gunshots fired today.

Former Boston crime boss Whitey Bulger was sentenced today for life in prison.

Could the St. Louis Cardinals be shopping one of their most popular infielders? Todd Richards lets us know if there is truth behind the rumors tonight on Heartland Sports.

Police say they responded to the 800 block of West Industrial Park Road for a business burglary. See the surveillance photos of the suspect at 6:01.

A brother and sister were sentenced in St. Francois County for growing marijuana in their apartment.

It takes hundreds of thousands of dollars in food and medical bills to care for the hundreds of inmates moving in and out of our county jails. And the I-Team has uncovered a disturbing trend: many of these men and women are not first time offenders. Kathy Sweeney has the story tonight at 6:05.

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