The U.S. Supreme Court voted this morning to uphold the 2010 Affordable Care Act. President Obama says this decision is a victory for people all over the country. Mitt Romney vows to repeal the law if he is elected.
Tonight we will have team coverage on the court's ruling: Crystal Britt will tell you what the decision will mean for patients and health care providers. Todd Tumminia will tell you how the ruling will effect small businesses and insurance companies.
A scary situation this afternoon at a popular southeast Missouri water destination. A fuel dock fire at Sundowner Marina at Wappapello Lake destroyed a boat. And, the dock and dock store was damaged. The State Fire Marshal and ATF are investigating. Christy Millweard will have more details about the fire tonight from Wappapello at five.
Kentucky officials say drought conditions exist in three-fourths of the state and the dry spell has become severe in parts of western Kentucky, where farmers are at risk of low yields or no crops at all.
With temperatures forecast around 100, Missouri drivers are being warned to prepare for bumpy rides.
Carly O'Keefe will tell you how the extreme heat is affecting the electric companies in Illinois.
The Missouri Highway Patrol is searching for a man who ran from them after a traffic stop in Wayne County, Mo. Troopers say he is considered armed and dangerous.
Dozens of Kentucky elementary schools will be able to offer more fresh produce to children in the coming school year with $2.7 million in federal funds through the federal Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program.
In sports, Todd Richards talked to an American Legion baseball manager who gives details on how he keeps his catcher cooled off during the extreme heat! And several Kentucky Wildcats are expected to be drafted into the NBA tonight!
Have a great evening,