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Man accused of throwing hot grease on wife, Murder over bag of chips

Stevie Anthony, 40, of Kennett is accused of throwing hot grease on his wife. Stevie Anthony, 40, of Kennett is accused of throwing hot grease on his wife.
The marijuana plants have a street value of $225,000. The marijuana plants have a street value of $225,000.
The Rotopunch is a new spin on a tool that some have known about for years. The Rotopunch is a new spin on a tool that some have known about for years.
Hayden Sando helped save this puppy and spent his savings for its care. Hayden Sando helped save this puppy and spent his savings for its care.

A Kennett man is accused of burning his wife with hot grease by throwing a Fry Daddy at her. Holly Brantley talked with the woman who was burned.

Some say it's wrong. Some say it's a mistake. But either way some people in Jackson, Mo. are paying an extra high water, sewer, and electric bill this month. Christy Millweard explains why tonight on Heartland News at 9 and 10.

Kentucky State Police found 225 marijuana plants in Trigg County with a street value of $225,000.

A 22-year-old Herrin man faces several charges after police say he stole a fire truck, then crashed it in Williamson County yesterday.

A man who shot himself in April and stepped into the path of a semi truck on Interstate 55 in Cape Girardeau County pleaded guilty to child molestation.

St. Louis police say an argument over a bag of Cheetos ended with a man being stabbed to death.

Police are investigating after several suspects jumped from a vehicle, then another suspicious car was involved in a crash in Cape Girardeau and drove from the scene.

Paducah police arrested two teens in connection with the robbery of a KFC restaurant.

The Carbondale Police Department is investigating a reported stolen credit card used at several businesses in the area.

Fulton, Ky. police are looking for the man suspected of an armed robbery that was caught on camera at a Dollar Store.

A pregnant woman and three others were arrested in McCracken County after officers found an active meth lab.

Cape Girardeau County Prosecutors filed charges in the alleged beating of a 98-year-old woman who lived at the Lutheran Home.

Doctors and other medical professionals in southeast Missouri could find it easier to talk and exchange patient information soon. Governor Jay Nixon awarded a grant at Missouri Southern Healthcare in Dexter to help rural Missouri healthcare providers upgrade and improve electronic connections safely and securely to other medical providers.

The Chancellor of Southern Illinois University addressed the Saluki nation in the State of the University address today.

The Missouri Public Service Commission is reducing Ameren Missouri's fuel adjustment charge effective September 24. The move is expected to save the average customer about 21 cents a month.

A water line break in the western Kentucky city of Princeton has forced the closure of a truck route through the city.

Parts of the Heartland saw rain this morning and thunderstorm watches and warnings this afternoon. Bob Reeves tells us how the weekend is shaping up tonight on Heartland News at 9 and 10.

A Chicago-area atheist is using his last legal recourse in challenging the use of state funds to renovate a towering southern Illinois cross.

Yesterday, a Massachusetts judge became the first to order prison officials to provide sex-reassignment surgery for a murder convict, saying it was the only way to treat her gender-identity disorder.

In a contentious voice vote at the Democratic National Convention, delegates restored mentions of God and a declaration of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel to their party platform on Wednesday.

Ford is recalling 7,600 new Escapes to fix coolant leaks that can cause engines to overheat or catch fire.

It's Does it Work Wednesday! Spin around five different-sized punches to make a hole in most fabrics with the Rotopunch, but Does it Work? Watch tonight on Heartland News at 10.

Here's a story that will warm your heart. A young boy from Kennett helped save a dog and donated all his money to help pay for treatment of the dog's injuries.

Have a wonderful night!

Christy Hendricks
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