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No-refusal DWI checkpoints - Deadly fire in Tamms - New Year's Eve safety tips

The idea of no-refusal DWI checkpoints in MO could be catching on in MO. The idea of no-refusal DWI checkpoints in MO could be catching on in MO.
A man died in a fire in Tamms, IL (Source: Viewer submitted photo) A man died in a fire in Tamms, IL (Source: Viewer submitted photo)
We'll share some New Year's Eve safety tips (Source: Bill Masson / Flickr / MGN) We'll share some New Year's Eve safety tips (Source: Bill Masson / Flickr / MGN)

One Missouri county has announced no-refusal DWI checkpoints, and it's possible that other state-wide counties will do the same. Mollie Lair explains tonight at 5.

New Year's Eve is a time for celebration, but the holiday can turn tragic if drinking gets out of control. We'll share some safety tips

And, one MO police department is offering a service to its residents this holiday eve.

Illinois State Police officials are investigating a deadly house fire that happened in Tamms, Illinois early Wednesday morning.

Water is back on in the city of Miner, MO after a main break - but a boil water order is in effect.

A new report says tolls could pay for much-needed repairs to Interstate 70 in MO.

A school superintendent in Iron County, Missouri is facing drug charges.

Fireworks are parties are ringing in the New Year around the world.

Going out tonight to celebrate? Bundle up, Grant says it will be clear and cold.

Have a safe night, and a great 2015!

James Long

Kfvs12.com Web Producer

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