Afternoon update: Man's body recovered from Black River - KFVS12 News & Weather Cape Girardeau, Carbondale, Poplar Bluff

Afternoon update: Man's body recovered from Black River

David Owen has been missing since Wednesday night (Source: Mark Little) David Owen has been missing since Wednesday night (Source: Mark Little)
A man rescued his family from this house that caught fire. A man rescued his family from this house that caught fire.

Good afternoon. A man's body has been recovered by searchers from the Black River early Thursday afternoon.

Jury selection is underway in the trial of a Cape Girardeau man accused of pulling the trigger in a 2009 triple murder.

Gov. Nixon was in Jackson this morning to announce 50 new jobs to a manufacturing plant.

Bob Reeves says the temperature will drop a few degrees over the next couple of days but it will still be hot and muggy.

Pinckneyville teen murder suspect was in court today for a pre-trial. The attorney tells Julia Bruck he is innocent.

Crystal Britt says the dorms at Southeast Mo. State are overbooked and the alternative is going to be hotel rooms 4 miles from campus.

A man has rescued his family from a house fire in Anna.

With the national debt in the news, Carly O'Keefe talks to a financial advisor about your 401k and other investments.

Holly Brantley takes a "One-Tank-Trip" to the St. Louis Zoo!

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Construction on the new Union County Courthouse will begin in Sept. after a board approval last night.

Todd Richards will revisit the Cardinals trade of Colby Rasmus and has details about a Cubs trade today and PGA, NFL and college football news.

Have a great evening,

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