Bread, milk, eggs and snow shovels - KFVS12 News & Weather Cape Girardeau, Carbondale, Poplar Bluff

Bread, milk, eggs and snow shovels

Many people are visiting the store in preparation of snow predicted to hit parts of the Heartland as early as Monday afternoon. The National Weather Service is predicting snow and possibly some sleet on Monday through Monday night. Laura Wibbenmeyer will have the latest on how much of the wintry mix we can expect and where, tonight on Heartland News.

Meanwhile, freezing temperatures late Saturday evening caused some problems for fire crews in Bollinger County.

In an update from a story we brought to you yesterday, a Jackson woman was hospitalized after a Saturday afternoon crash in Cape Girardeau County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol now says the pickup truck involved was reported stolen.

During Whitney Houston's long career, she received six Grammy's, two Emmy's, 30 Billboard Music Awards and 22 American Music Awards. Fellow artists were shocked at the news of her death.

Be sure to watch the tribute to the singer on the Grammy Awards tonight on KFVS.

Arnold Wyrick reports on the effort's of a state legislator that filed a bill that requires property owners to apply for and obtain a license before hosting mass gatherings, like those held annually in Hardin County.

Holly Brantley will tell us about a family who rescued puppies that were dumped by the side of the road in a box in Portageville. The puppies were rescued by a 13-year-old and her grandma!

Someone's life just got a whole lot richer! Lottery officials say someone who played the Powerball in Rhode Island has won the $336.4 million jackpot last night!

The U.S. Department of Interior Bureau of Land Management will be offering about 40 wild horses to potential adopters Feb. 17-18 at Flickerwood Arena.

Chad Fryman will have college basketball scores and highlights and reaction from the Redhawk's big win last night.

Have a great evening!

James Long
KFVS12 Web Producer

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