Good afternoon, here are some of the stories we are working to bring you for tonight's Heartland News and on kfvs12.com...
Family and friends are remembering a local hero as a second Memorial Service is underway for Spc. James Burnett, Jr. at the old high school gymnasium in Advance.
A falling tree cut a mobile home virtually in half, narrowly missing the home owner this morning in McCracken County.
There were quite a few wrecks overnight and Sunday and sadly, one involved the death of two people.
The Jackson County Sheriff's Department says two people died in single-vehicle crash late-Saturday evening on Boskeydell road.
McCracken County authorities are searching for a driver who left the scene after a crash early Sunday morning that seriously injured two people.
Some food pantries in Missouri can expect the arrival soon of what has become a season offering - venison.
Don't get the snow sled and shovels out just yet. Laura Wibbenmeyer says we may see a few flurries towards the morning hours, however no accumulation is expected.
Check out this story- it has been getting a lot of clicks on our facebook page: Ohio puts 200-pound third-grader in foster care
Have a great evening,