Todd Tumminia was at Rose Theatre in Cape Girardeau today where over 600 showed up for an additional casting call for "Gone Girl." Stay tuned tonight for Heartland News at 9 and 10 when Todd will bring us more on how the day went.
Emergency crews were on the scene of a one-car crash on I-55 southbound near mile marker 45, according to New Madrid County Sheriff Terry Stevens. He said the crash happened sometime before 4 p.m.
A new study from the National Resources Defense Council and the Harvard Food Law and Policy Clinic said nine out of 10 people throw away food unnecessarily because they misinterpret the food expiration dates. Experts said if you keep food past those dates, it is not as big of a health hazard as you might think. Christy Millweard talked to a registered dietician and a Jackson resident today about interpreting expiration dates. You can catch her story here.
A southern Illinois woman is accused of running a garage sale she falsely claimed was being held on behalf of a fundraising group formed after last year's shooting death of a 21-year-old woman. You can click here for the story.
Randy Rogers told us his water bill usually runs about $30 a month, but his last bill was nearly $70. Kadee Brosseau was in Caruthersville today where Rogers isn't the only person who is concerned.
Outside the Heartland, some Alabama and Auburn fans will do anything to show their love for their team. But what about dyeing a dog? The president of an elite group of pet stylists and groomer has transformed one of her standard poodles into a living, breathing symbol of Bama. How far would you go for team spirit? Click here for the story.
A 19-year-old store manager at a Minn. DQ is getting some attention for his good deed. Joey Prusak was appalled when he saw a customer at the suburban Minneapolis Dairy Queen store where he works pick up someone else's $20 bill and slip it into her purse. You can click here to find out what he did next.