Johnson County Coroner David Rockwell says Cora Roe died a house fire in Vienna over the weekend.
A car flipped on its side in Cape Girardeau near the casino today.
WWII veteran Raymond Sanders and others visited Big Spring in Van Buren today despite the barriers put up because of the government shutdown.
A common workout supplement called Craze and Detonate could contain a substance similar to meth, according to research in drug testing journals.
At a meeting tonight, the Herrin City Council decided to let researchers from SIU and EIU continue with their excavations in the city's cemetery. Arnold Wyrick was at the meeting. He'll have more on the decision tonight, on Heartland News at 9 and 10.
A gym owner in Jackson, Mo. says his members have a 96 percent participation rain. He trains people in CrossFit, which recently drew criticism from some health experts. Todd Tumminia looked into the issue today, see what he found out; tonight on Heartland News.
Research published recently in drug testing journals says a widely-used powder and pill known as Craze and Detonate contain a substance similar to methamphetamine. Holly Brantley had the story; you can click here for more.
The government shutdown affecting national parks in the Heartland didn't stop some locals from enjoying Bring Spring in Van Buren today. Kadee Brosseau talked to Raymond Sanders, a WWII veteran, and others who say the barriers won't keep them away.
A 52-year-old southern Illinois woman died in a house fire this past weekend. A neighbor tried to save Cora Roe. The neighbor said Roe's husband was at the grocery store when the fire started. He also tried to run in the house to save her. You can click here for more.
One person received minor injuries after a single vehicle crash in downtown Cape Girardeau this afternoon. Police say the driver reached to grab her cell phone, lost control of the car, hit a light pole and the card ended up on its side.