In an update to a story we first told you about yesterday, police have released the name of the suspect that died in Poplar Bluff police custody Thursday. Investigators with the Missouri Highway Patrol explain to Todd Tumminia what they are now looking for.
Bob Reeves says the extreme heat will continue today and tomorrow, but we may see a little relief come Sunday! We could see some popup T-storms this afternoon and evening, as well.
Kentucky officials have placed 27 counties on a water shortage watch as high heat and drought conditions persist throughout the state.
People who get water from the Mitchelleville water district don't always have water. Tonight at six, we'll tell you why.
It might have been a prank, but no one is laughing. A vandal did quite a number on a Cape Girardeau office building, damaging several businesses. His weapon was water. Police arrested a suspect Friday.
Police in east-central Illinois say a 2-foot-long ball python entered a Mattoon apartment and wrapped itself around the foot of a sleeping 1-year-old boy.
Missouri law enforcement agencies could track people's cell phone signals during emergencies more easily under a measure signed by Gov. Jay Nixon.
Carly O'Keefe talks to three GOP candidates who are appealing a decision that left them off the ballot because they bound their paperwork with paperclips instead of staples.
The family of Mary Lee Grobe is having a memorial service in her honor today. Grobe went missing in 2003 and her remains were found in 2009. Crystal Britt will have more tonight at six.
A man has claimed his dead cat for insurance! And, one Kansas City couple found 13 bottles of 100-year-old whiskey hidden in their home! Also, find out why the FDA is frowning on E-cigarettes.
And, Tyler Profilet catches up with the 1964 state champion Cape Central Tigers golf team!
Have a great evening,