Afternoon update: Two arrested for not reporting wreck after student injured

Good Afternoon! Here are just some of the stories we are working on for Heartland News and

An Anna church secretary who was a victim of a beating is speaking out for the first time on camera. Holly Brantley was in Anna this morning and finds out why the woman is now supporting conceal and carry in Illinois.

Workers at an animal rescue in St. Francois county are speaking out after more than one-hundred dogs and cats were seized from the shelter yesterday.  Crystal Britt is live with the latest.
Laura Wibbenmeyer says the Mississippi River is already over floodstage.  She talked with FEMA workers today about earthquake and flooding concerns in the Heartland.
Carly O'Keefe speaks with Jackson and Union County officials about flooding concerns and how one business leader says if the levy doesn't hold, he will be forced to close down.
With the continuing coverage of the devastation in Japan and nuclear concerns, people in the U.S. are now buying up potassium iodide.

A Chester varsity coach and driver's education teacher was arrested along with another person in connection for not reporting wreck after a student was injured.

What a beautiful day for the last week of winter!  In weather, John Dissauer says it is going to be breezy and even warmer tomorrow!

In sports, Todd Richards is covering the Heartland basketball teams going to state and their send off today, along with what Albert Pujols did today!

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James Long
Web Producer