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There's fresh manpower being brought to the search for a missing Alabama teen. We'll tell you about it. Plus, are Natalee Holloway's parents planning to file a lawsuit against law enforcement officials in the Caribbean nation? We'll have the very latest from Team FOX LIVE in Aruba.

Then, the jury in the trial of renders its verdict in the brutal case that inspired the movie "Mississippi Burning." We'll tell you what they decided 41 years to the day after the 1964 slayings of civil rights workers James Chaney (search), Andrew Goodman (search) and Michael Schwerner (search).

Also, an historic building in Detroit now in ruins... We'll show you the dramatic pictures of the blaze.

And, a look at the wicked weather heading for an area that doesn't need any more of the wet stuff. Foxcaster Janice Dean will be here.

These stories and much more including a visit to "Skinnerville". Don't miss today's edition of "Studio B"!

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