Afternoon update: Woman pleads guilty to 2008 murder, teen sentenced to 60 yrs. in separate murder

Good afternoon! It's been a steady news day at Heartland News.

A Sikeston woman pleaded guilty to second degree murder in a Cape Girardeau courtroom today.  Crystal Britt tells us about the plea and sentencing for Tambra Turner in the February 2008 death of another woman.

A Bollinger County teen learned he'll do 60 years in prison for the 2008 murder of his guardian and foster mother.  Holly Brantley talks with the woman's husband about the sentencing.

Marshall County Sheriff's deputies arrested a man after his two-year-old son was found running naked in the road Sunday night in Hardin, Kentucky.

Part of the freedom of high school is getting to leave campus to eat lunch.  This year, that option is no longer available in Sikeston. The campus is closed.  Photojournalist Brian Heisserer heard mixed reviews as he spoke with the Sikeston superintendent and some students about the change this year.

Five people face charges after police say they tried to rob a Paducah fast food restaurant.

Have a nice day.