Good afternoon. After his attorney spoke for him last week, Clay Waller speaks to Crystal Britt for the first time on camera.
Meanwhile, Jacque Waller's family says they believe they are closer to finding Jacque's whereabouts.
Bob Reeves says heat indexes are at or over 100 degrees in most of the Heartland and it will remain hot and sweltery again tomorrow.
Cooling centers are available in the Heartland.
Police have released the name of the 8-year-old girl found dead at her home in West Frankfort.
A Farmington man has been sentenced to life in prison without possibility of parole for killing a Korean War veteran during a burglary stemming from 2008.
The suspect who tried to rob Focus Bank yesterday afternoon is in custody awaiting formal charges.
Julia Bruck says last night the Carbondale City Council voted to allow beer and wine sales at grocery stores during certain hours.
21 states support a lawsuit by Missouri Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder challenging the new federal health care law.
Ford Motor Co. is recalling more than 20,000 pickup trucks and SUVs.
Carly O'Keefe talked to folks who live in East Cape Girardeau who are thankful to return to normal after flood waters are finally receding.
Officials with a Poplar Bluff medical clinic have pleaded guilty to Medicare and Medicaid fraud.
The local wholesaler who sued Stoddard County authorities over a synthetic drug raid takes has taken his fight to Jefferson City.
The mayor of Sparta says the city has scored a bull's-eye by securing a major shooting competition for another fifteen years.
Have a great evening,