An update to our most viewed story today: charges have been dropped against a Chicago Bears player. According to Pulaski County State's Attorney Grayson Gile, the charges against J'Marcus Webb were dropped Wednesday afternoon. Watch tonight at 9.
Crystal talked to a Jackson company today that started making drones. Not the military kind, but farmers this time are paying attention. Click here for more on this interesting story.
Several people were injured this morning in a crash involving a car and an ambulance in Ste. Genevieve County. The wreck happened on I-55 about 2/10 of a mile north of Route 32 exit.
Two teens were injured after a rollover crash on Highway AB two miles south of Cape Girardeau. The two were taken to the hospital with serious, but not life-threatening injuries.
A Fulton, Ky. man is facing assault charges after police say a two-month-old received serious head and other injuries. According to the chief, the baby was listed in stable condition and continues to get test at a hospital.
The Illinois Senate hasn't provided a single vote in favor of three appointments by Gov. Quinn to the Southern Illinois University Board of Trustees.
The Illinois Department of Health is offering tips to avoid contracting the norovirus. What is the norovirus? According to the CDC, the norovirus causes vomiting and diarrhea and is very contagious. You can click here to read the tips.
Some lucky people in the Heartland are a winning jackpot richer!
A Hayti woman won $50,000 from the Missouri lottery. Her only comment: "Thanks to the Lord."
A mother and daughter, who have been playing the Missouri Lottery for years as "partners," claimed a $250,000 prize from the Feb. 19 Mega Millions drawing. Both say they will be paying off some bills.
Tonight at 10 we'll bring you a story out of Louisvile about the billion dollar cost of creating Kentucky jobs. An analysis of Kentucky's data by AEG recently calculated 55,173 jobs created between 2001 and 2010 by companies receiving economic incentives.
If you missed it earlier today, you can watch tonight at 10 or click here for this week's Does It Work. The product featured is Wraptastic. It's supposedly an easier way to rip off plastic wrap or foil without tearing it.
That's all for now, have a great evening!