It's a story we've had lots of emails and phone calls about. Now, two young teen girls are in trouble after a video was posted on Facebook of a beating of a man with disabilities. Crystal Britt caught up with the man who was beat and another man seen watching in the video.
Holly Brantley spoke with the wife and daughter of a man who died from a Copperhead snake bite in Carter County. They want people to know the dangers of snakes.
The accused cattle rustler who went missing nearly four months ago was arrested in Mexico. Kathy Sweeney talked to some of his alleged victims about his arrest.
A well-known Pinckneyville teacher has major injuries after she was hit by a vehicle while riding her bike in Carterville.
Carbondale Police arrested a woman after a car crashed into a business and a fight between two women.
A Jefferson County, Mo. man has been charged in a child pornography investigation.
A Paducah man faces multiple charges after police found marijuana and a stolen gun.
Twenty-six counties in Illinois have been designated drought disaster areas.
The SEMO Electric Cooperative is warning all of its members to watch out for what they call a phone scam involving your electric bill.
When the Do It Best Corporation was looking to expand in southeast Missouri, the company thought Sikeston was the best place to do it.
Tonight on Heartland News at 9, we'll introduce you to a 100-year-old Delta man who plays the harmonica.
It's Wednesday! That means Does it Work Wednesday. Lauren Keith tests the Squishy Baff. Watch it tonight on Heartland News at 10.
Have a good one!