Good afternoon. This just in! Jurors in the corruption trial of former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich say they cannot reach agreement on "any given count."
We're sweating out in the heat. Bob Reeves has the hot forecast. Today is the first day of the 58th Annual Sikeston Jaycee Bootheel Rodeo. Holly Brantley is in the dust with the bulls and horses. She'll tell us how organizers are keep the livestock cool and how they've increased security this year by using more cameras.
While the high temps can be brutal, some businesses thrive in the heat. Just thinking about the heat index makes me want a snow cone! Carly O'Keefe details some of the hot businesses in this hot weather.
Police arrested a Fredericktown man accused of murder in a murder-for-hire scheme from 1992!
Police arrested the owner of two pit bull dogs that attacked a five-year-old boy last week. Julia Bruck tells us more about the charges against the woman.
An FBI Cyber Crimes Task Force agent trained several business owners in Poplar Bluff on how to protect their intellectual property. Tyler Profilet gives us tips how to protect your company trade secrets and research and from hackers.
The Special Olympics will be in Cape Girardeau for the weekend. Laura Wibbenmeyer tells about the economic impact at least 600 athletes will have on the area.
It's Does it Work Wednesday! Lauren Keith test the Hanky Tanky hanger. Can it really fit 12 tanks on one hanger?
The St. Louis Cardinals called up a catcher today because they weren't sure how long Jason LaRue would be sidelined with injuries from a brawl with the Cincinnati Reds last night.