Afternoon update: Fallen Marine laid to rest

It was a somber day in Leadwood as family and friends laid a Heartland Marine to rest today.  Arnold Wyrick was there as hundreds lined the streets to pay tribute to a fallen hero.

The new home buyer tax credit has not yet been renewed and it's sent home sales spiraling downward nationwide.  Tyler Profilet talks with Realtors in Poplar Bluff who say they don't see as steep a trend in the Heartland.

Carly O'Keefe talks with a southern Illinois mother who is lobbying to get rid of the mandatory minimum sentencing after her son was sentenced to 20 years behind bars for a drug conviction.

Julia Bruck explains how the defeat of a jobs bill last night will impact folks in the Heartland.

Dr. Ken Dobbins will be staying with Southeast Missouri State University for at least four more years.  The Southeast Board of Regents voted to extend his contract Tuesday.

Police in Benton, Illinois say some funny money has been circulating through Franklin County.

A woman from Silva might have one of the best gigs in baseball.  She developed a unique relationship with the St. Louis Cardinals using her flare for photography and art.  She shares her talents and some of her favorite Cardinals moments with Holly Brantley.

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Have a great weekend!