The House has voted on a bill to avoid a government shutdown by shifting funding away from Obamacare. We'll have reaction tonight at 5:00.
On Friday, the president traveled to a Mo. Ford Motor Co. plant to talk about the economy.
A man is facing charges after a hit and run overnight in Carbondale that left three people injured.
An overnight campout for the new iPhone turned chaotic Friday morning in one state.
Meanwhile, BlackBerry says it will lay off 4,500 employees, or 40% of its global workforce.
Organizers of the annual "Gathering of the Juggalos" say they'll make good on their debts.
U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin says a shooting in Chicago that injured 13 people is "heartbreaking."
Due to wet weather, Old Town Cape is moving Tunes at Twilight indoors to the Rose Theater for Friday night's concert.
Bob Reeves says the showers and storms should end this evening. Be sure to take an umbrella to tonight's game just in case!
Todd and Josh will have scores and highlights from Heartland Football Friday tonight at 10.
We'll show you the sights and sounds from today's East Perry County Fair Parade at 5:12.
A Saline County woman is facing charges prosecutors say are related to exploiting an elderly woman out of thousands of dollars. We'll have the latest tonight at 6:00.
A Missouri State Highway Patrol trooper and a man suspected of robbing a bank are both wounded following a shootout today.
A Sikeston murder suspect has tried but failed to get his bond reduced.
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