Afternoon update: Police arrest Sikeston woman for stealing from employer

Southeast Missouri State University named their new head women's basketball coach on Thursday.
Southeast Missouri State University named their new head women's basketball coach on Thursday.
Sesser's water provider threatening to shut off service, and the deadline is tomorrow.
Sesser's water provider threatening to shut off service, and the deadline is tomorrow.

Good Afternoon! Here is a look at what we are working on for tonight's Heartland News and kfvs12.com.

A Sikeston woman has been arrested for stealing around $115,000 within a few weeks from her employer.

With the FAA imposing new regulations, will that have an effect on local airports like the one in Cape Girardeau? Holly Brantley joins us live from Cape Girardeau regional airport where she talks to officials and employees about the new rules.

Sesser's water provider threatening to shut off service, and the deadline is tomorrow. Lawyers are meeting right now, and Carly O'Keefe has customer reaction to the proposed shutdown.

Bob Reeves says enjoy today's weather because it's possible that severe weather may come our way tomorrow!

We will have new details on the Caruthersville shooting along with the Pinckneyville death investigation.

The 3rd annual 5KFVS run/walk & 1 mile kids fun run will be held on May 14th.  Whether you are a seasoned runner or just like to walk, we have a spot for you.  But spots are filling up fast so sign up now.

In sports, Southeast Missouri State has hired a new women's basketball coach.

Have a great evening!

James Long
Web Producer
jlong@kfvs12.com
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