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Good Evening, I'm Barbara Gauthier in the WTVM Newsroom. Here's a look at some of the stories we're working on for Newsleader 9 at 11.

Case of First Missing Boy Shown on a Milk Carton Solved?

Thirty three years after a 6 year old New York boy disappeared on his way to school launching a nationwide awareness campaign about missing children, there's a break in the case. Police have made an arrest in the disappearance of the child who's face was the first to be placed on milk cartons. 

Fire Fees Could Jump in Lee County

Will fire fees double in Lee County? Fire officials say they need to raise the fees in order to provide services to several communities. We'll take you to a public meeting on the issue tonight.

Hits Keep Coming for New American Idol

Good things just keep happening for Georgia's own Phillip Phillips. Find out about his latest accomplishment and hear reaction tonight from his family about his American Idol win.

Get Away for Memorial Day On the Cheap

Are you still looking for a last minute getaway for the Memorial Day weekend? We've got some ideas that will help you find just the right trip and they won't cost you a fortune.

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

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