Good afternoon. Crystal Britt sat down and talked to Clay Waller's attorney today who says his client is innocent in the disappearance of Jacque Waller and he misses his family.
A new law was signed by Mo. Gov. Nixon yesterday that is designed to protect students from sexual abuse by teachers. Kathy Sweeney talked to officials today at Kelly High School who say it is an uncomfortable topic, but they are facing it head on.
Carly O'Keefe reports on a story about how some people believe that it is justifiable to remove children from the home if certain health problems like morbid obesity are not addressed.
Holly Brantley talks to a woman who has lost 123 lbs. by changing her eating habits and walking!
The owner of a Perryville campground that suffered fire damage says it is still open for business.
Laura Wibbenmeyer has the "Proud to be a Heartland Farmer" segment which airs at 6 p.m. about Randy Lamdin from Wolf Lake.
I-55 traffic is being detoured this weekend in Scott Co. for an overpass project.
A Wardell man was tased and shot at by deputies after police say he tried to harm officers responding to a domestic dispute.
Mt. Vernon police are looking for 2 drivers involved in a hit and run on July 3.
Bob Reeves says it will continue to be hot this weekend!
Todd Richards is covering American Legion and Babe Ruth baseball tournaments in sports and will have updates and highlights!
Have a great evening,