Afternoon update: Fugitive search, bank robbery, burglaries, travel alert

The First State Bank of Olmsted was robbed Monday morning.
The First State Bank of Olmsted was robbed Monday morning.

Good afternoon.  The search is still on for a fugitive accused of shooting at a mobile home Thursday night.  Phillip Wayne Catlett, 36, is wanted by police after apparently firing four shots into a mobile home in Hunter on Thursday. He has not been seen since Friday morning at a gas station in Doniphan.  Tyler Profilet tells us the latest in the search.

Police arrested two men after a bank robbery in Olmsted, Illinois this morning.

Bell City residents are on alert after a number of homes have been hit by thieves in recent weeks.  Holly Brantley talks with the Stoddard County sheriff about the investigation.

If you're traveling on the eastbound lanes of Interstate 24 bridge between Illinois and Kentucky tomorrow morning, be prepared for delays.  Traffic between Paducah and Metropolis will be closed to allow the McCracken County Sheriff's Department to conduct a crash reconstruction as part of an investigation into a deadly crash that happened on the bridge last Wednesday.

The Frontier League All-Star Week kicks off today with a concert.  Join us tomorrow as we take Heartland News at 6 On the Road to Rent One Park in Marion for the Home Run Derby.  The All-Star Game will be Wednesday.  Julia Bruck tells us about all the preps to get ready for the big week.

Is your Facebook as private as it can be? Perhaps not.  Check out these eight big Facebook don'ts.

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