Good evening, here are some of the stories we are working to bring you for tonight's Heartland News and on kfvs12.com...
Here at home and nationwide times are tough. Many are living pay check to pay check. Some are just dollars away from being homeless. From 3 to 40 in just two months, that's how many people now stay at a homeless shelter in Delta, Mo. Look for Holly Brantley's full report tonight on Heartland News.
Arnold Wyrick reports after years of legal wrangling the old U.M.W.A. Hospital is finally being demolished. Arnold will have the latest on tonight's Heartland News.
A Greyhound bus driver abandoned the passengers in southeast Missouri last night about 100 miles from their destination!
A Paducah woman was injured early Sunday afternoon following a rollover crash in McCracken County. Her SUV went off the right side of the road into a 15-20 foot ditch with 1 foot of water.
A sketch of a newborn has landed a convicted killer in trouble. At issue is whether the drawing by the inmate at the Tamms Correctional Center should be allowed to be reproduced on T-shirts benefiting the Elgin-based TLC Pregnancy Center.
A southern Illinois man is facing various charges including driving under the influence after a motorcycle vs. car crash late Saturday afternoon in Williamson County.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving has given Illinois its highest rating for the state's efforts to combat impaired driving.
A propane tank truck overturned early Saturday evening in Graves County, Ky. injuring the driver. According to state police, it happened shortly before 6 p.m. on Shaw Road.
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