We are learning more on this developing story, we first brought you at noon. A Murphysboro man died after being electrocuted. Police say he and two other men tried to steal copper wire early Monday morning from a building. We will have the latest tonight at five and six.
Friends and family continue to pray for an injured Mo. state trooper who was shot over the weekend. One suspect is dead, and the remaining three in custody. Holly Brantley will update us on the corporal's condition tonight at five.
Police say more potential victims are coming forward after one woman was attacked on a walking trail last week in Cape Girardeau. Cape Girardeau police say the man led police on a chase, then shot himself in the head on Tuesday afternoon. Holly Brantley will bring you the latest tonight on Heartland News.
A Marshall County, Ky. Middle School principal is facing rape and other charges after being arrested yesterday.
We will have local lawmaker reaction that a U.S. soldier allegedly killed sleeping Afghan villagers, including women and children.
Around 5:15, we will tell you about a 100-year-old teacher who started in 1935, and is still on the job!
Did you catch up on sleep after the time change on Sunday? In our Heartland Health segment at 5:20, some are saying today and tomorrow are when the ill-effects hit our bodies.
Join us at six where we tell you about a Heartland man that received at $10 million dollar refund check from an electric company! We went with him as he returned the check to Ameren.
He's known for his singing voice and now Neal E. Boyd, of Sikeston wants to run for the Missouri State House.
Bob Reeves says to enjoy the "spring-like" temperatures this week, but our chances of rain will increase.
Todd Richards will have more on Chris Carpenter's chances of pitching the Cardinals' home opener tonight at six.
Have a great evening,