Tonight, the nation will be watching as Murray State will put their unbeaten record on the line tonight against Southeast Missouri State in Murray. Holly Brantley and Chad Fryman are there and will have updates at five and six before the game. Todd Richards will have all of the highlights from the big game tonight in sports at nine and ten.
A Paducah nurse is accused of doctor shopping for prescription pills. Investigators say she got the pills from two different veterinarians.
A social worker from Bloomfield, Mo. is giving back. Crystal Britt talked to a social worker from Stoddard County who says she was raised in the foster system, adopted and now wants to help children that are hurting. Crystal will tell us more about her mission tonight at five.
We will learn more about a Shawneetown man who was sentenced Monday to five years in prison for duct taping a child's mouth.
Firefighters battled a fire at a trailer in Pulaski County Thursday morning. Crews tells us the home was a total loss.
In Heartland Health around 5:20, we will tell you more about Missouri's insurance department saying that nearly 4,000 people received autism treatments that were covered by their health insurance plans last year.
Pennsylvania's famous groundhog Punxsutawney Phil has emerged and saw his shadow, in the process predicting six more weeks of winter. Just how accurate is Phil? We will let you know tonight at five.
We will learn more tonight at six about three men who will be recognized at an Honorary Troopers ceremony tonight. They are being recognized for their bravery while helping members of the Missouri State Highway Patrol during a traffic crash.
Bob Reeves says that we should have a nice pleasant evening after a great "winter" day! But he says to be prepared for rain and storms tomorrow night into Saturday. Bob will have your full 7-Day StormTeam Forecast at 5, 6, 9 on FOX23 and at 10.
Have a great evening,