Afternoon update: Cops: 12-year-old steals car, election preview

Good afternoon.  I hope you had a great weekend.  We've got a full dose of news for you.

Young speedster: Police arrested a 12-year-old McCracken County, KY boy accused of stealing his parents' car and leading police on a chase up to 85 miles per hour Sunday morning.

Adult court: The 15-year-old suspect in the death of a Pinckneyville teen will be tried as an adult.  During a hearing this morning in Perry County, the teen's case was transferred from juvenile court to adult court.

Election preview: Missouri voters, you'll definitely want to tune in to Heartland News tonight.

Show-Me state voters head to the polls Tuesday and become the first in the nation to publicly voice their opinion on Federal Health Care reform.  Kathy Sweeney explains what a vote "yes" or "not" means for the measure known as Proposition C.

Holly Brantley explains the transportation sales tax on the ballot in Cape Girardeau and what it means for residents and shoppers in town.

With all the cost of putting on an election, how do cash-strapped counties pay for the ballots and manpower?  Tyler Profilet talks with the Butler County Clerk about the price tag of the election tomorrow.

Don't forget to check out HeartlandVotes.com for election results tomorrow.

Traffic alert: KY 58 is shut down in Hickman County after a truck overturned.

Hot temps: It's hot but it's only going to get hotter.  John Dissauer tells us how high to expect those temps to rise.