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Major decision for Army soldiers, UK cracks down on drinking tailgaters

"Stand Down" day for soldiers

A major move made today by the U.S. Army to deal with a severe problem that's gotten worse in the past couple of years. The suicide rate for soldiers has gone up and we'll tell you how the Army made that the focus of this day.

A well known man's body is found in a pond in front of a Kentucky school. We'll have the latest on the investigation.

UK will crackdown on drinking by tailgaters before football games, but only some of them. We'll tell you who will be targeted this weekend before the Cats play South Carolina.

The NFL finally settles its contract dispute with the referees. How they came to terms to end a lockout that angered fans and players across the country coming up on our news starting at 5.

 

Scott Reynolds
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