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NBC Evening News for Monday, Feb 03, 2020
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The search is intensifying tonight for a missing child in Colorado. The FBI now joining the massive effort to find the 11 year old boy who vanished a week ago. We'll get details now from NBC's Gabe Gutierrez. Tonight in Colorado Springs, a desperate search is underway for a 11 year old Gannon Stauch, who disappeared last Monday afternoon. My son is a very loving kid, and it's so hard to think [Landen Hoitt, Gannon's mother] why is this happening to him? Initially, authorities treated the case as...
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