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Teen found guilty of murder, Waller case to proceed, Coach retires

A judge decided there is probable cause to proceed with Clay Waller's murder case. (Source: Southeast Missourian) A judge decided there is probable cause to proceed with Clay Waller's murder case. (Source: Southeast Missourian)
Southeast Head Baseball Coach Mark Hogan announced his retirement today. (Source: Southeast Missouri State University) Southeast Head Baseball Coach Mark Hogan announced his retirement today. (Source: Southeast Missouri State University)
Health concerns with black mold caused an unexpected move for offices in a Dunklin County building in Kennett. Health concerns with black mold caused an unexpected move for offices in a Dunklin County building in Kennett.

After listening to testimony from 18 witnesses, Judge Gary Kamp ruled there is probable cause to send Clay Waller's murder case to circuit court. Waller is accused of murder in the June 1, 2011 disappearance of his estranged wife, Jacque.

James Holmes appeared just as dazed as he did in his first court appearance last week after the deadly Colorado movie theater shootings. In a packed Denver-area courtroom today, Holmes, 24, sat silently and did not react as he heard formal charges against him, including first-degree murder for each of the 12 who died and attempted murder for each of the 58 people who were injured in one of the deadliest mass shootings in recent U.S. history.

A judge found a Pinckneyville teenager guilty on charges of murder, kidnapping, and home invasion in the 2010 murder of another Pinckneyville teen. Arnold Wyrick followed the story today.

Southeast Missouri State University's head baseball coach announced his retirement today. Todd Richards will have more on his career and the interim director tonight on Heartland Sports.

To respond to the historic heat and drought across Missouri, Governor Nixon has made $7 million available through a cost-share program to help farmers drill or deepen wells or expand irrigation systems.

Bob Reeves has the forecast for the week tonight on Heartland News at 9 and 10.

It's getting close to back-to-school time and that means school supplies and vaccinations. Christy Millweard talks with a doctor about what vaccinations your child needs for heading back to class. Hear more tonight on Heartland News at 9 and 10.

Health concerns with black mold caused an unexpected move for offices in a Dunklin County building in Kennett. Holly Brantley explains how they are dealing with the problem.

Police in Ironton, Mo. say a heroin overdose is suspected in the death of 18-year-old girl. Her father and step-mother spoke to Heartland News today remembering their daughter.

Two 911 calls were not responded to by Madison County dispatch leading to two deputies suspended without pay. Todd Tumminia talked to a man who says he was unconscious for 18 hours until a friend found him.

A Mayfield, Ky. man faces charges of incest and unlawful transaction with a minor after a year-long investigation.

A Marshall County, Ky. man has been arrested and charged with sexual abuse to a child.

Talk about a cat fight! Three Cape Girardeau, Mo. residents were charged with peace disturbance yesterday after police say they were fighting over a cat.

Two men were arrested less than 24 hours after a burglary was reported in Bertrand.

The state of Illinois is close to settling a dispute over how it handles birth certificates for people who undergo sex changes.

The Kentucky Lottery Corp. is celebrating a record-setting year for sales.

Illinois residents may have money and unclaimed property being held by the state. Illinois State Treasurer Dan Rutherford says there will be an I-Cash event on August 1 in Murphysboro for people to learn how to find out if the state is holding any money or property entitled to them.

The Olympics are in full swing and so are we! Stay up-to-date with the 2012 Summer Games with our Olympics page featuring in-depth stories, medal counts, and video!

Have you talked to your father-in-law today? Today is Father-in-law Day! Happy Father-in-law day to all the fathers-in-law out there!

Have a great night!

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