Christy Millweard is working to bring you a couple of stories from Stoddard County and Cape Girardeau, Mo.
A Stoddard County man says he'll show the government his personal documents to get a conceal carry permit, but he doesn't want them to keep the personal information. Watch tonight at 10 for more.
In Cape Girardeau, the City Council meeting tonight should have results from a deer population count. See those results also tonight at 10.
An elderly man and woman were found dead after a house fire in Ste. Genevieve yesterday. The fire department says both victims died from smoke inhalation.
Crews were on the scene of a fire in Vienna, Ill. this afternoon that destroyed an apartment building. No one was injured, but crews battled the fire for two to three hours before the building collapsed.
Jackson County Emergency Management Agency and local fire departments will be meeting throughout southern Illinois to help program weather radios. Severe Weather Preparedness Week in Illinois is set for March 3-9.
The Murphysboro Police Department is investigating a series of vehicle burglaries early Monday morning. Around noon that at least 15 cars had items stolen from them with more reports coming in. Todd Tumminia talked to a neighbor in the area about her concerns. You can click here for more.
Creating a stir on our Facebook page today, two state senators are proposing Missouri welfare recipients be barred from using their benefits for alcohol, gambling or adult entertainment.
In national news, a close-knit ultra-Orthodox Jewish community in Brooklyn continues to mourn Monday after the death of a baby who was delivered by cesarean section after his parents were killed in a hit and run crash Sunday morning.
A backhoe chipped away Monday at the remains of a house where a sinkhole opened up and swallowed a man, but there was little certainty as to what would come next for the site of the freak geological incident.
Our odd story of the day, a man dressed as Batman brought a suspect burglar into a police station in northern England. West Yorkshire Police said Monday that they do not know the identity of the man who appeared in "a full Batman outfit."
Cardinals said Monday they want to talk to Vatican mangers about allegations of corruption and cronyism within the top levels of the Catholic Church before they elect the next pope, evidence that a scandal over leaked papal documents is casting a shadow over the conclave and setting up one of the most unpredictable papal elections in recent times.