Good afternoon! Bob Reeves says it will be around 10 degrees cooler today, but expect a trend for warmer temperatures starting tomorrow through the weekend.
The jury has found a 21-year-old woman guilty of murder in a 2009 double murder of two women in West Frankfort.
Police say local person found some personal property belonging to Jacque Waller on Hwy. 177 in Cape Girardeau County on Monday. Crystal Britt talked to police today and will have an update tonight on Heartland News.
Mo. Gov. Jay Nixon is touring the Birds Point area this afternoon. We have a crew with the gov. and will find out what the long term plans are for the area.
Murder charges have been filed against a pair of Kennett residents in connection to the killing of 25-year-old Roosevelt Jackson.
The Jackson County Health Department is recruiting volunteers to join the Jackson County Medical Reserve Corps (JC*MRC).
Also, Carly O'Keefe looks into metal and construction thefts that have been happening in Jefferson County that will slow down a transportation project possibly for weeks.
The Broadway Corridor Project took center stage at a meeting in Cape Girardeau.
Missouri utility regulators have approved an electric rate increase for Ameren Missouri but decided to not allow the utility to recover costs it sought for a new Taum Sauk reservoir.
Congress has passed a bill offering a break for properties in flood zones.
Christy Millweard talks to a Lesterville, Mo. family who has had six children graduate with top honors!
Todd Richards will have ladies' World Cup soccer victory reaction, Frontier League All-Star news, and says that the Cardinals have signed one of their pitchers to an extension.
Have a great evening,