Coming up on Heartland News at 9 and 10, Todd Tumminia will have more on the deaths of Herb and Nina Marshall. Both 84-years-old, they were killed in a car crash on Highway 105 on Wednesday.
A college radio station is going off the air and some Southeast Missouri State University students will move to a new home. The group broadcasting Thursday might be the last group of Southeast students to broadcast on RAGE 103.7. You can click here for more on this story.
The Daily Egyptian is Southern Illinois University's source for news, but funds have run dry and the paper is over $200,000 in debt. Allison Twaits talked to the paper's editor in chief who says they need support from the school in order to keep going.
For this week's I-Team report, Kathy Sweeney tells us about a Butler county man that has been in the ATF's crosshairs for years, suspected of selling guns illegally. Now, authorities believe he broke federal law at the region's biggest gun show.
A Sikeston native is helping raise money for the Kenny Rogers Center by opening for the "Gambler" himself at a benefit concert this summer. Anna Catherine DeHart grew up in Sikeston and went to Sikeston High School. Christy Millweard talked to DeHart who lives in Nashville now and is working on creating a country music EP.
Drivers in Cape Girardeau were asked to slow down and pay attention at the intersection of William and Mt. Auburn. Police say a dump truck hit the arm of a stoplight at William and Mt. Auburn and broke off one of the lights. The stoplight is now back in working condition.
Seventh graders at Marion Junior High School played dress-up as their favorite historical figure on Thursday, May 8. It was all part of a two-month long assignment where students had to research, write a paper and make a display about that person.
In national news, House Republicans prepared to ram through their demand for a new investigation of the deadly assault in Benghazi, Libya, vowing to pursue questions old and new in a search for truth. Democrats rejected the inquiry as a political ploy to raise campaign cash and motivate voters.
In apparent defiance of a call by Russian President Vladimir Putin to put off the vote, insurgents in eastern Ukraine insisted on Thursday that they will go ahead with this weekend's referendum as planned.