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Coming Up Tonight on Newsleader 9 at 11

Good Evening, Here's a look at some of the stories we're working on for Newsleader 9 at 11.

The latest on the search for the person who hit and killed a former Fort Benning soldier as he walked along Hwy 280 this weekend..

Plus, we'll tell you why parents in Harris County are lining up outside elementary schools tonight, some will stay all night. Why the big push to be first in line? We'll let you know.

Meantime, Georgia lawmakers have passed a bill that would revoke bonuses for teachers who cheat on standardized tests. The move comes in the wake of last year's cheating scandal in Atlanta schools. We've got details.

And did you see the movie The Hunger Games? Are you planning on going? Thousands flocked to movie houses across the Valley this weekend to see the blockbuster, but is there too much violence for kids? We talk to some who've seen it and get their take on one of the biggest movies to hit the silver screen.

Join us for these and much more tonight on Newsleader 9 at 11.

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    William Huff terrorized Sierra Vista during the spring and summer of 1967. Despite a sentence of 40 years to life, the Arizona Board of Executive Clemency voted to release him from prison into home arrest. Family members of the victims are concerned for the safety of the community, as are new members of the Clemency Board. CBS 5 Investigates videotaped Huff riding a bike through his Tucson neighborhood. There are no restrictions placed on his proximity to children. 

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