Coming up on Heartland News at 5 & 6 ...
A Kennett man is charged with second-degree murder after police say he shot his wife in the head. Mollie Lair is live in Kennett at 5:00 with the details.
Kennett police say a 17-year-old was taken into custody early Friday morning after an overnight shooting.
Chief Meteorologist Grant Dade says you can expect a relatively quiet warm holiday weekend.
A look at the past takes center stage this weekend at Fort D Historic Site in Cape Girardeau this weekend.
Here is a list of Memorial Day events around the Heartland.
Governor Jay Nixon says he will use veto powers on a bill that would have diverted public taxpayer dollars away from the state's public schools and given money to private schools.
Withy over 28,000 pedaling miles around the world, a couple's trip has landed them right here in the Heartland. Allison Twaits has their story tonight at 5:06.
And, an Alabama man said he "hates" bicyclist - and ended up with reckless endangerment charges.
People in one Missouri town are not too happy after a store closes with their stuff still locked inside. Christy Millweard explains tonight at 6:00.
Todd Richards says the #1 seed baseball Redhawks are taking on #2 Tennessee State. Josh Frydman has a live look tonight in Heartland Sports at 6:22.
We learned today that Sec. of State John Kerry will testify before Congress next month about the deadly attack in Benghazi.
Trending on Facebook: A baby's new father now finds himself in the difficult position of taking care of his son while hoping for his wife to wake up.
Have a great and safe holiday weekend -