Severe weather in the Heartland, Texas plant explosion, woman as - KFVS12 News & Weather Cape Girardeau, Carbondale, Poplar Bluff

Severe weather in the Heartland, Texas plant explosion, woman assaults man with condiment

The Heartland should expect to see some severe weather on Thursday. The Heartland should expect to see some severe weather on Thursday.
A woman is charged after using a condiment to assault the father of her child. A woman is charged after using a condiment to assault the father of her child.
Several feared dead, injured in Wednesday night's Texas plant explosion. Several feared dead, injured in Wednesday night's Texas plant explosion.

Good morning!

It looks like we're in for a stormy day so be sure to stay tuned on air and also at kfvs12.com/weather for full details on the latest watches, warnings and interactive radar.

We continue to follow Wednesday night's explosion at a plant in West, Texas. Click here or we'll have full coverage and the latest details at noon.

Also at noon, get the latest on the ricin scare, what the stormy weather is doing to areas around the country and the latest developments in the Boston Marathon bombings.

Head to kfvs12.com for details about a sinkhole that opened up in Chicago and swallowed a car.  Also, a man has been sentenced in the fatal shooting of an ex-sheriff and a woman assaults a man with a condiment.

Click here to join our live stream of Heartland News at Noon.

Thanks for being with us, have a great Thursday and stay safe out there!

Jen Baird
Digital Content Producer
KFVS12-Heartland News
jenniferbaird@kfvs12.com

Join KFVS on Facebook and Twitter to stay updated. If you see news happening, send your pictures to cNews or call 800-455-KFVS.

  • Heartland NewsMore>>

  • What you need to know Aug. 15

    What you need to know Aug. 15

    Wednesday, August 15 2018 5:26 AM EDT2018-08-15 09:26:31 GMT
    The chances of severe weather are low (Source: Pixabay)The chances of severe weather are low (Source: Pixabay)
    The chances of severe weather are low (Source: Pixabay)The chances of severe weather are low (Source: Pixabay)

    Good morning, it is Wednesday, Aug. 15. First Alert Forecast We’ll have scattered showers and thunderstorms in the Heartland what will stick around for most of the show. 

    Good morning, it is Wednesday, Aug. 15. First Alert Forecast We’ll have scattered showers and thunderstorms in the Heartland what will stick around for most of the show. 

  • What you need to know Aug. 14

    What you need to know Aug. 14

    Wednesday, August 15 2018 5:22 AM EDT2018-08-15 09:22:03 GMT
    Sunshine will give way to rain today (Source: William Foeste near Olive Branch Illinois)Sunshine will give way to rain today (Source: William Foeste near Olive Branch Illinois)

    Good morning, it is Tuesday, Aug. 14. First Alert Forecast Scattered showers and thunderstorms could approach our western counties by the time the show ends.

    Good morning, it is Tuesday, Aug. 14. First Alert Forecast Scattered showers and thunderstorms could approach our western counties by the time the show ends.

  • Missouri farmers defend chemical in common insecticide that could be banned

    Missouri farmers defend chemical in common insecticide that could be banned

    Tuesday, August 14 2018 11:57 PM EDT2018-08-15 03:57:05 GMT
    Dairy farmer John Schoen holds up a piece of alfalfa that has been damaged by bugs. Schoen uses a dangerous insecticide to protect the crop that could soon be banned by the EPA.Dairy farmer John Schoen holds up a piece of alfalfa that has been damaged by bugs. Schoen uses a dangerous insecticide to protect the crop that could soon be banned by the EPA.
    Dairy farmer John Schoen holds up a piece of alfalfa that has been damaged by bugs. Schoen uses a dangerous insecticide to protect the crop that could soon be banned by the EPA.Dairy farmer John Schoen holds up a piece of alfalfa that has been damaged by bugs. Schoen uses a dangerous insecticide to protect the crop that could soon be banned by the EPA.

    Federal judges have ordered the EPA to ban a dangerous, popular insecticide, but farmers in Southeast Missouri who use the chemical are coming to its defense.

    Federal judges have ordered the EPA to ban a dangerous, popular insecticide, but farmers in Southeast Missouri who use the chemical are coming to its defense.

Powered by Frankly