Barber gives free haircuts, motorcycle-riding squirrel

"The Lord has blessed me no doubt and I want to try and be a good steward of his blessings," said barber Shea Mouser.
"The Lord has blessed me no doubt and I want to try and be a good steward of his blessings," said barber Shea Mouser.

Good evening to you.

A Sikeston barber is hoping to change his corner of the world one hair cut at a time. Shea Mouser just opened up a new barber shop about a month ago. What makes him different? He doesn't expect anyone to pay.

We're starting a new segment called "Helping the Heartland." If you know of anyone doing something extraordinary to help people in the Heartland, let us know! Email or call 1-800-455-KFVS.

A man is dead after a suspected meth lab exploded in the basement of a home in Potosi. Police arrested a woman on arson and drug charges.

Juvenile authorities are pursuing charges against one of the teens after a video of a beating of a man with disabilities in Caruthersville was posted online.

A Charleston man faces several charges after the sheriff says he rammed a police car three times.

The Mississippi County Sheriff's Department arrested two people on several burglary and stealing charges.

Du Quoin Police are diving in to an investigation of some backyard vandalism. Police say earlier this week, someone used a sharp object to slash the liners of two above ground pools in the same neighborhood.

Also in Du Quoin, police warn shoppers and retailers about someone passing phoney cash.

One person was airlifted to a hospital after a rollover crash on Interstate 55 in New Madrid County shut down traffic for a time this afternoon.

State leaders across the country are still trying to figure out how to implement portions of President Obama's Affordable Care Act. The Supreme Court gave states the option of accepting or rejecting the Medicaid expansion. Christy Millweard talked with Missouri Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder about it.

Cuts to Medicaid in Illinois mean patients won't get help paying for dental work unless it's an emergency. That's why a large number of folks opened wide today at SIU's second annual "Give adults a smile day."

Missouri agriculture officials are warning that cattle grazing on some drought-stressed plants are at risk of falling ill or even dying.

Check out the top 10 highest paid stars under 30.

Move over water-skiing squirrel, there's a new act in town. Check out this motorcycle-riding squirrel!

Have a great weekend!

Christy Hendricks
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