We've had a busy afternoon in the newsroom today. Here are a few of the stories we're working on for you.
Crews found the body of a 21-year-old man in Old Appleton, Mo. this afternoon in Apple Creek.
The New Madrid County Sheriff says a child was hit by a vehicle in front of the Dollar General Store in New Madrid.
The body of a man missing for a couple days was found in a ditch near Pascola, Mo. Troopers believe the wreck happened Sunday. The man's body was found this morning in a ditch.
A Kennett man was killed in a crash in Pemiscot County late Sunday night when his vehicle hit some farm equipment.
A St. Louis County woman has been sentenced to consecutive life terms in prison for participating in the rape of her infant daughter.
Authorities removed about 25 animals from a home in Millersville today. Holly Brantley talked with a neighbor.
Several boil water orders have been issued for communities in southern Illinois.
Just in time for the one-year anniversary of the death of al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, American officials are saying members of the terrorist group have been busy designing bombs that can be surgically implanted in a human body and that can bypass current security measures.
The baby who inspired a touching "Bucket List" blog by her parents written in her voice and documenting her fight with a deadly genetic disease has died. She was almost 6 months old.
Do you hide money from your spouse? A Wall Street Journal article says you're not alone. The article says 31 percent of adults who combined assets with their spouses admit to deceiving that partner, but technology is making it harder to hide money.