Good afternoon. You might want to carry an umbrella with you tonight and tomorrow as Bob Reeves says there is a chance for pop-up showers and thunderstorms.
Crystal Britt talks to a Pulaski County war veteran who says he's just making a statement by hanging the US flag upside-down. Find out why tonight on Heartland News.
After a guilty verdict earlier this month, the girl convicted in the deadly shootings of two women at a home in West Frankfort in 2009 has learned her fate. Carly O'Keefe will have reaction from the victim's families.
The Mo. deadline for FEMA individual assistance which was supposed to be today has been extended.
Police are looking for suspects who burglarized a Cape Girardeau Subway and stole some money.
The Illinois State Police has released the autopsy results of sword wielding suspect's wife on Friday.
Well known Cape businessman who had stores in 4 states passed away this morning.
In sports, Chad Fryman will have updates on the Murray State Football team and SIU Carbondale softball as well as NFL player movement.
Have a great evening,