Afternoon update: Tamms shooting victim, passenger identified

Dixon was sentenced to 25 years for 2nd degree murder of 8-month-old.
Dixon was sentenced to 25 years for 2nd degree murder of 8-month-old.
Heartland News is now in HD.
Heartland News is now in HD.

Good afternoon. The man who police shot after they said he got out of a car with a sword after a pursuit in Alexander County, and his passenger in the car who was found dead, have been identified.

It has been 2 months since Jacque Sue Waller has been seen.

A Sikeston man has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for second-degree murder and child abuse killing an infant in his care.

Marshall County Sheriff's deputies arrested a man on drug charges after they found the man carrying a large knife.

A Willisville man faces several charges after police say he kidnapped a woman and dropped her off at another town.

The parents of five-year-old Abby Jensen, who died Sunday of an aggressive brain tumor, tell Holly Brantley through tears they celebrate the life of their daughter.

A Special Olympian today from Delta who won a silver metal in Greece tells us about his experience.
Christy Millweard talks to police about recent car break-ins and will have their tips about keeping your car safe from thieves.

Julia Bruck talked to some local senior citizens about the potential of social security cuts surrounding debt ceiling talks in Washington.

Food stamps are on the rise. Crystal Britt talked to a representative with social services who says due to the economy, the number of EBT cards for people in Missouri are up.

Bob Reeves says temps will slightly rise tomorrow but there is a chance of showers this weekend to maybe cool things off.

With temperatures in the high 90's and the heat index over 100 degrees, it's important to stay cool. Here is a list of cooling centers.

Todd Richards will discuss the Cardinals' Colby Rasmus trade to the Blue Jays and has news on a local college player getting signed to the NFL.

Today at noon, Heartland News went into high definition!

Have a great evening and stay cool,

James Long
KFVS12 Web Producer
Office: (573) 335-1212
News Tip Line: (800) 455-
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