Good afternoon! There's been some stormy weather today around the Heartland.
Bob Reeves has an eye on the radar and will let us know what to expect tonight and tomorrow starting with his first forecast at 6:00.
On day five the government shutdown, there's still no sign Congress can pass a budget bill anytime soon.
Tropical Storm Karen continues to weaken as it moves toward the northern Gulf Coast.
What exactly is a "mud run?" Find out tonight at 6:04!
Hundreds of people came out to the Capaha Fire Truck Rally in Cape Girardeau on Saturday despite the rain.
The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office is investigating after they discovered the body of an 84-year-old woman in her home.
An Illinois woman accused of shoving her grandmother during an argument has been charged with first-degree murder.
Mold found at a former Mo. state prison has forced an end to tours.
A Vienna Correctional Center inmate who was accidentally released is back in custody.
Five people were taken into custody in western Ky. after agents confiscated more than 50 pounds of crystal meth along with guns and around $90,000.
The AP reports Iran's top leader hinted Saturday that he disapproved of the phone call between Presidents of the US and Iran.
Josh Frydman has SEMO volleyball and college football scores and highlights.
Have a great evening -