Good afternoon. A sad story out of Morehouse from this morning where four people are killed, in what authorities call a suspicious fire. New Madrid County Sheriff Terry Stephens says an infant, two adult females and an adult male died in the fire. Crystal Britt will be live in Morehouse with the latest details from investigators.
With budget cuts in Ill., school superintendents not being paid right now. Julia Bruck talks to an Ill. superintendent who is in Springfield with other superintendents rallying lawmakers for funding.
Bob Reeves says skies will start clearing from the west this afternoon bringing hot and sticky weather this weekend.
Today was the last shuttle launch ever, with Atlantis going into orbit!
A national movement is under way to create "Caylee's Law" in memory of 2-year-old Caylee Anthony.
Arnold Wyrick has our next installment of "Proud to be a Heartland Farmer" is tonight at 6 p.m. with a farmer from Alto Pass!
Criminal charges against a Carter County deputy tied to the meth case against the sheriff have been dropped.
A federal judge ordered prison sentences for two Missourians who admitted robbing a Tamms bank of more than $14,000 at gunpoint in 2008.
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn signed legislation this week to increase the safety of infants and newborns in the state. Carly O'Keefe talked to a coroner and day care owner who agree with the bill.
Chad Fryman will have the latest on the Cardinals loss last night and looks ahead to tonight's game against the Diamondbacks.
Have a great evening,