Afternoon update: Bodies exhumed, fake urine, alligator gar

Crews at a cemetery near Doniphan exhumed the bodies of an elderly couple found in a burned out home on June 23. Ripley County Sheriff Ron Barnett wants to know if Loyd and Irene Piatt were killed before the fire.  The bodies of Ed Atkinson and Bonnie Chase were found in their burning home in Ripley County on July 10.  Four people have been arrested for the murders of Atkinson and Chase.  Authorities want to know if there are any links between the two fires and four deaths.  Holly Brantley explains the latest.

A Benton, Missouri man faces a felony forgery charge after the sheriff says he provided a fake urine sample in jail after being arrested Tuesday afternoon.

Bloomfield School District leaders recently decided to cease bus service for children living within one mile of the school.  Tyler Profilet talks with a parent and child who will now walk to school.

If you've ever seen alligator gar you know they can look pretty intimidating, but one expert in the Heartland says they are anything but.  Laura Wibbenmeyer introduces us to one expert on alligator gar with the Missouri Conservation Department who was featured this week on National Geographic.

Bob Reeves says temperatures will be in the upper 90's the next couple of days.  Stay cool!