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Coach to plead not guilty in girl's death - Deering storm damage - Campus smoking bans

This coach is expected to plead not guilty in a girl's death (Source: Greene County SO) This coach is expected to plead not guilty in a girl's death (Source: Greene County SO)
Several people were trapped in this damaged Bootheel home (Source: Todd Tumminia, Heartland News multimedia journalist). Several people were trapped in this damaged Bootheel home (Source: Todd Tumminia, Heartland News multimedia journalist).
Campuses in MO and IL are proposing to go entirely smoke free (Source: MGN). Campuses in MO and IL are proposing to go entirely smoke free (Source: MGN).

Tonight at 5:00, we will have an update to a story you've been following along with us: A middle-school football coach plans to plead not guilty in the kidnapping and shooting death of a 10-year-old Missouri girl.

According to the Pemiscot County Sheriff's Office, there were several injuries and home damage in Deering, Mo. due to the storms on Thursday. Holly Brantley shows us the extent of the damage tonight at 5:03.

And, Laura Wibbenmeyer says the mild weather will only last one more day, and then it's back to Winter temps.

A fire Thursday night destroyed a storage unit at a Bonne Terre business.

A guest speaker talked to Poplar Bluff students today about the dangers of bullying. And, a man considered a bully by some of his St. Louis neighbors has been sentenced.

Have you ever used the internet to diagnose a sickness? Kadee Brosseau talks about the pros and cons of self-diagnosing yourself. And Christy Millweard has a story on people spending more and more on technology and not getting healthy.

Many campuses in Missouri and Illinois are trying to go entirely smoke-free. Mollie Lair and Allison Twaits have the details from both states tonight at 6.

A 38-year-old former Tamms inmate that had been sentenced to 97 years for a series of prison-guard assaults will now get out in four years.

A Mo. woman scared off two intruders in her home early Friday morning.

Todd Richards previews Heartland Hoops.

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