Afternoon newsletter Feb. 18

Afternoon newsletter Feb. 18
Donald Trump is firing back after Pope Francis said he was "not Christian" is he intended to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexican border. (L' Osservatore Romano/Pool photo via AP)
Donald Trump is firing back after Pope Francis said he was "not Christian" is he intended to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexican border. (L' Osservatore Romano/Pool photo via AP)

Good afternoon. Today is Thursday, Feb.18.

Here's a look at what's trending in your world today:

WATCH: Crews demolished the Boone Bridge near St. Louis today. If you missed the live stream earlier this morning, we've got the full video online. CLICK HERE to watch.

SEARCH FOR INMATE: The search is on for an inmate that escaped from the Western Kentucky Correctional Complex near Eddyville last night. Lostia Shreves is also thought to have stolen a truck near the facility. CLICK HERE for full story.

POPE ON DONALD TRUMP: The leader of the Catholic Church is trending today after his remarks on presidential candidate Donald Trump. Pope Francis says Trump is "not Christian" if he intends to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexican border. Now, Trump is firing back. CLICK HERE for full story.

COMING UP ON HEARTLAND NEWS NOW @ 4: Recently, Cape Girardeau police partnered with the NextDoor app. Now, they've used that to make a map of the worst crime areas in the city. Allison Twaits reports live on HNN about what that means for your family.

FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Finally, a break from the cold! Temperatures are staying in the 60s through the weekend, but you might need an umbrella. CLICK HERE for your full First Alert Forecast.

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