Afternoon update: A visit with the Waller triplets - KFVS12 News & Weather Cape Girardeau, Carbondale, Poplar Bluff

Afternoon update: A visit with the Waller triplets

James Carl Coke, 31, shot a several vehicles. (Source: Mississippi County Sheriff's Office) James Carl Coke, 31, shot a several vehicles. (Source: Mississippi County Sheriff's Office)
Funeral arrangements are set for 8-year-old Alexus N. Smothers (Source: Jennifer Gaskin) Funeral arrangements are set for 8-year-old Alexus N. Smothers (Source: Jennifer Gaskin)

Good afternoon. The heat wave continues ... however, Bob Reeves says there is a chance for storms through Monday.

Crystal Britt got the chance to meet and visits with the 5-year-old Waller triplets today and says, "they are soooo precious!"

Carly O'Keefe visits some folks who are taking advantage of Red Cross cooling centers.

An Anniston man faces several charges after police say he shot at several vehicles.  The man told the sheriff he was upset with people driving down his road at a high rate of speed.

Holly Brantley talks to a woman who says Cochlear ear implants changed her life!

A 2-year-old boy was flown to a St. Louis hospital after being involved in a scooter wreck Thursday afternoon. The driver has been charged with on charges of felony assault 2nd degree, misdemeanor DWI (drugs) and misdemeanor driving while revoked.

Funeral services will be held tomorrow for a little girl found dead in her home earlier this week.

Traffic was backed up Friday morning on the southbound lanes of Interstate 57 after a motorcycle crash.

Paducah are police looking for a store robbery suspect.

Laura Wibbenmeyer will introduce the next "Proud to be a Heartland Farmer" from Uniontown!

Todd Richards will have all of your tournament baseball scores and highlights, along with NFL talks updates!

Have a great Friday evening and stay cool if you can,

James Long
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