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Tonight at 10: Multi-vehicle crash shuts down I-64

Massive wreck involving three big rigs and a passenger vehicle shuts down a section of I-64 West near U.S. 41.  At least three injuries. New information tonight in a live report.

 Officer shot...the latest condition report on an ISP trooper wounded in a shootout with a robbery suspect in Daviess County.

Doing better...we have an update on the condition of the little girl who swallowed a meth-making ingredient.

Torrential rains and flash flooding at Busch Stadium in St. Louis and in Paducah, Kentucky.

 A daycare operator in Ohio accused of endangering children in her care by drugging them to make them sleep.

And Indiana battles Mississippi State to stay in the hunt at the College World Series in Omaha. 

See you at ten, David James djames@14news.com

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