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MO possible Ebola case - Shooting suspect's girlfriend speaks out - Principal in trouble

A possible Ebola patient is being monitored in MO (Source: MGN) A possible Ebola patient is being monitored in MO (Source: MGN)
The girlfriend of a suspect speaks out tonight (Source: KFVS) The girlfriend of a suspect speaks out tonight (Source: KFVS)
A Heartland principal is facing charges (Source: MGN) A Heartland principal is facing charges (Source: MGN)

Afternoon update

St. Louis media outlets are reporting a Crystal City, Missouri hospital is monitoring a possible Ebola patient. Jeff Cunningham and Kathy Sweeney will have the latest on this developing story tonight at 5:00.

Police continue to investigate an officer involved shooting in Clarkton, Missouri. The suspect's girlfriend talked to Holly Brantley today.

Grant Dade says chances of rain Friday and Saturday, but look for lots of rain on Sunday and Sunday evening.

A southeast Missouri school principal is in trouble. Reports say he's accused of allegedly taking a college placement test for a former student.

A man from Illinois was killed late Wednesday night in a crash on Route 37 in Jefferson County, according to Illinois State Police.

The person who shot several students on Florida State University's campus early Thursday was identified as a lawyer.

Tonight at 6 – We'll follow up on a story we told you about last night. Kathy Sweeney tells us why it matters that the man didn't have a state funeral license. And, she'll tell you how you can check to see if your funeral director is licensed or not.

Allison Twaits finds out why Gander Mtn. is not building in the STAR bonds district in Marion, Illinois.

A 93-year-old hunter bagged a deer with a crossbow! Rae Daniel has his story!

Some people get depressed because there is less daylight in the winter. Kadee Brosseau tells us more at 5:07.

Don't miss when Christy MIllweard tests toys at a Murphsysboro school tonight at 6:11.

More than 40 MO schools participated in a bridge building competition today in Cape Girardeau.

Have a great evening -

James Long

Kfvs12.com Web Producer

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