Cindy Klose signs off for lat time after 25 years.


A Newton man who was shot at Excel, but saved by another man who later lost his life, tells his personal experience for the first time. He explains the struggle that comes after a mass shooting for those left behind.


Cindy Klose signed off for the last at 6:30 Wednesday night, but she stuck around for Does It Work. She tested three products we thought she could use during her retirement.



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