If you've been to an art gallery locally, you may have seen the work of Abram, but he's not your typical artist. Todd Tumminia met the three-year-old rottweiler who uses his paws to paint, a hobby he started at just 10-weeks old. Watch Heartland News at 9 and 10 for more on this canine Picasso.
The New Madrid City Police are still looking for a missing 83-year-old woman. Kadee Brosseau was in New Madrid and talked to the woman's sister. She said she knew something bad happened when Barbara Stoffer didn't return home.
In our I-Team special report today, Crystal Britt looked into a case that continues to make headlines not only locally, but across the nation. What exactly happened to Molly Young? Did she take her own life, or was she murdered? Click here to read the story.
New lights, new parking spots and new plants are all part of the improvements made to Broadway in Cape Girardeau last year. While some people worry a new storm drainage project would affect those improvements, Christy Millweard talked to city leaders today who said that's not the case. You can click here to continue reading.
Governor Pat Quinn wants Illinois to be number one in the nation when it comes to the minimum wage. Right now, its $8.25 an hour in Illinois, the governor wants 10 bucks an hour. Allison Twaits talked to business owners today what they think about raising the minimum wage. Click here to see what they had to say.
A Marion man is facing charges in connection to a 23-month-old's death. Investigators say shortly before 4:20 p.m. on Saturday, the Marion Police Department got a call from a hospital saying a 23-month-old boy was brought in to the ER unresponsive with possible head injuries.
In national news, the Justice Department sued Texas on today over the state's voter ID law and will seek to intervene in a lawsuit over its redistricting laws that minority groups complain are discriminatory, but Texas Republicans insist are designed to protect the state's elections from fraud.