Mysterious water leak in Mt. Vernon causing very low water pressure for home and businesses

A major water line leak is causing headaches for homeowners and business owners in Mt. Vernon, Ill.

102-year-old veteran looks back on his service in WWII

Senior group to host law enforcement memorial ceremony in Cape Girardeau

  Bill awaiting Mo. Gov’s signature could help low income people get hearing aids

Flooding cancels Rendezvous at the Fort in Prairie du Rocher, Ill. for second time in 49 years

  Grilling safety tips you need to know before Memorial Day weekend

  Missouri Highway Patrol has advice for Memorial Day weekend travelers

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  Law enforcement hold torch run for Special Olympics

  Campsites, boat ramps still closed along flooded Mississippi River

Giant Abe Lincoln sculpture arrives in Springfield

Arts Council grant helps Ky. schools with field trips

Blunt recieves update on Ste. Genevieve National Historic Park priorities

Food safety tips for Memorial Day weekend

Paducah Riverport Authority and Southern FS partner to build state-of-the-art fertilizer handling facility

The Paducah-McCracken County Riverport Authority and Southern FS have come together to construct a state-of-the-art Fertilizer Handling Facility.

  Jackson holds ribbon cutting for traffic signal

The City of Jackson and the Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for the new traffic signal at East Main Street and Oak Hill Road in Jackson on Wednesday.

Auburn police officer reunited with K9 partner in hospital

Wednesday, the Auburn Police Department said Officer Webb Sistrunk has improved from ICU and is now in critical care at Columbus Regional Medical Center.

Bill addressing veteran suicide prevention passes House

The bi-partisan (HR 2333) was co-sponsored by Rep. Mike Bost (IL-12).

  Volunteers sand bagging in East Cape Girardeau, Ill.

Free meals for children this summer in Marion, Ill.

911 administrative office moving from Herrin to Marion, Ill.

Murray man charged with 22 counts of child sexual exploitation

Heartland road projects 5/22

  I-57 reopened after deadly crash at I-64/I-57 split in Jefferson County, Ill.

  Burial planned for unidentified man found in Ohio River

The service will be held Wednesday, May 29 at 10 a.m. at Wilmington Cemetery in West Paducah.

‘You’ll get it tomorrow’: FedEx driver finds snake on doorstep

Do you knock on the door? Leave the package on the mat? Ding dong ditch?

Current boil water orders in the Heartland

Boil orders for the Heartland

One driver hurt after vehicle hydroplanes, crashes

One driver was injured in the crash.

Temporary street closure in Malden, Mo. near Headstart building

Arnold Street will be closed to fix the trench that was cut into the street.

Many calls to Missouri abuse hotline aren’t answered

Callers to a Missouri hotline for abuse of elderly or disabled residents frequently can't get through to anyone

Deputies: Driver operating under the influence, 2 arrested on drug charges

When the suspects got to the jail, one man attempted to conceal a marijuana grinder

  One killed in late night house fire; Arson investigator called in

According to KSP, the house fire claimed the life of 66-year-old William D. Phillips of Nebo, Ky.

NASCAR to buy Intl. Speedway, owner of Daytona, Talladega

NASCAR is buying International Speedway in a deal worth about $2 billion

  24-year-old communicates with juvenile online, faces charges related to child sexual exploitation

Officials discovered the suspect communicating with a juvenile online

Man arrested on several charges after traffic stop

Police also discovered that Minton had an active arrest warrant out of Illinois

Ark. woman rescued from under pile of trees after storms

Severe storms swept through Arkansas overnight.

Man faces impersonation charge after police gear found in car, home

A Paragould man faces impersonation charges after police found several items that could be used to impersonate a police officer in his vehicle.

What you need to know May 22

Lisa Michaels said today will be partly cloudy with warm temperatures

Heartland students experiment growing vegetables

Southeast Missouri State University's Sikeston Campus farm is growing squash, watermelon, cucumbers, and more.

  Salute to Heroes Week featuring Staff Sgt. Mike Probst

One Cape Girardeau family knows first-hand what it takes to serve and protect. Every single member of the family has to make sacrifices.

2 arrested on drug charges in Graves County, Ky.

Two Mayfield, Kentucky residents have been arrested following a tip that deputies received on Tuesday, May 21.

  Attorneys: Ohio State needs to reveal who knew about abuse

Administrators at Ohio State University should release the names of all coaches, trainers and personnel who knew of but failed to act on complaints about a now-dead team doctor who sexually abused male students for nearly two decades, said attorneys for some of the victims.

Thousands sign petition to make Danny Devito next Wolverine

Lots of folks are getting a good laugh at signing a petition to make Danny Devito the next Wolverine.

  RESULTS: Ky. primary elections

Several state office races will be on the ballot.

New hotel coming to Jackson, Mo.

The hotel is scheduled to open in the summer of 2020.

  MRSA patient in coma awakes after hearing ‘Heaven’

A decade-long heroin addiction brought her to the brink of death more than a dozen times. But it was MRSA, that brought her to her knees.

  City of Jackson Public Works challenging its people to walk and look for city improvements

Do you ever see potholes or cracked sidewalks and want to see it fixed? In honor of National Public Works week, the city of Jackson is challenging its people to walk and discover things you can’t see when driving.

  Tourism grants issued to Bald Knob Cross and Abbey Ridge Brewery

Two tourism destinations in southern Illinois will be receiving grants from the Illinois Department of Commerce & Economic Opportunity.

High water levels reported at Clearwater Lake in Piedmont, Mo.

The lake measured 521.95 mean sea level and falling on Tuesday, May 21.

Fate of ‘The Offsets’ in judge’s hands

In the Facebook post, the owners of The Offsets called a shutdown “government overreach.”

Lawmaker asked to resign if abuse charge true

Republican state Rep. Doug McLeod of Lucedale was arrested Saturday on a misdemeanor domestic violence charge.

  Man facing DUI, other charges after police chase ends in crash in Mt. Vernon, Ill.

A man was arrested on DUI and other charges after leading Mt. Vernon police on a chase, which ended in a crash on Monday, May 20.

‘Sesame Street’ introduces Karli, a Muppet in foster care

The new character is named “Karli,” and is a yellow-haired friend of Elmo's who introduces viewers to the concept of “for-now parents."

Cape Girardeau, Mo. couple wins $100,000

A Cape Girardeau couple made a pretty hefty claim on the Missouri Lottery’s “Money Money Millionaire” scratcher game.

Ledbetter, Ky. man arrested on possession of forged instrument

A Ledbetter, Kentucky man has been arrested after an investigation of check cashing.

  Show-Me-Center prepared for severe weather impacts during events

Show-Me-Center Director Wil Gorman said the safety of the general public is their upmost importance and take any threat of severe weather very seriously.

Paducah intersection temporarily made into three-way stop

The intersection of Broadway and 5th Street became a three-way stop rather than a signalized intersection, effective Wednesday, May 22.

Gov. Parson declares State of Emergency response to severe weather and ongoing flooding

Missouri Governor Mike Parson has declared a state of emergency in response to severe weather and continue flooding across Missouri.

'Run for the Wall’ ride to stop in Mt. Vernon, Ill.

The ride for veteran awareness begins in California and ends at the Vietnam Memorial in Washington, D.C.

Tree across power line causes fire, shuts down busy intersection

According to fire officials, a tree fell onto some power lines and started a fire near the Cambria Rd. and W. Grand Ave. intersection.

  4 knives found hidden in Cape Girardeau park’s sand volleyball courts

A local volleyball player is speaking out after four knives were found buried in the sand court at the Arena Park.

  Fruitland fundraiser helps provide summer camp for burn-injured children

Fire officials said the camp is free to children ages six to 17

  Hidden talents come to light on the last day of school in Cape Girardeau

Talents included singing, dancing, magic tricks and even an aerial performance.

MODOT: Roads flooded due to rising waters in Mo.

Missouri Department of Public Safety reminded drivers that several roads are flooded

  ‘Stranger Things’: New Coke, from 1985, to make comeback on TV show

Season 3 of the show will take place in the summer of 1985, when Coca-Cola changed its formula for Coke. New Coke was considered one of the biggest marketing blunders of all time.

Texas man gets prison for smuggling immigrants in furniture

A Houston-area man must serve nearly two years in prison for trying to smuggle immigrants in furniture after three people were found in a plastic-wrapped dresser that was nailed shut

6 power poles down in Stoddard Co. crews working on cleanup

They are reporting 818 customers without power as of 6 a.m.

State Hwy. 37 in Benton, Ill. reopens after gas main break

State Highway 37 back open from Wastena to S. Park St. in Benton, Ill.

Crash slowing traffic near Nash Rd. on I-55

A KFVS crew at the scene said this is in the southbound lanes of I-55.

  Gnats and mosquitoes flying around the Heartland

Bug experts say gnats are worse than usual.

  Missouri medical marijuana policy adoption delayed in Cape Girardeau, Mo.

The City of Cape Girardeau is considering a plan that would prohibit medical marijuana dispensaries and cultivation facilities from being within 1,000 feet of a school, daycare or church.

  Heartland man to run around the world

Johnson is attempting to become the first American to ever complete the run.

GRAPHIC: Dog survives alligator attack in SC family’s backyard

A Horry County family is counting their blessings after their dog survived an alligator attack, right in their own backyard.

  President Trump Approves Governor Parson’s Major Disaster Declaration for flooding in Missouri

The Office of Missouri Governor Mike Parson has announced the President Donald Trump has approved his major disaster declaration to help in 13 Missouri counties.

  Missouri lawmakers relax laws for vehicle inspections, motorcycle helmets

Changes to few traffic safety laws in Missouri could soon be confirmed and would result in less vehicles inspections and make it legal for adult motorcyclists to ride without a helmet.

  Mission Missouri is making a change to House Women

A Missouri group that helps men with addiction recovery is expanding to help women.

  Major improvements to Cape Girardeau’s West End from Rose to Bertling

Major improvements are underway for the streets in a Cape Girardeau neighborhood.

3 arrested on drug charges in Graves County, Ky.

Three people have been arrested after a traffick stop on Rudy Road in Graves County, Kentucly on Monday, May 20.

Lady Liberty gets some limelight

The City of Paragould got national attention for their replica of the Statue of Liberty. The statue made national news.

  Heartland Unsolved update: Crews search home for evidence connected to 2006 disappearance of Teresa Butler

New Madrid County Sheriff Terry Stevens said they received information that this house may contain possible evidence connected to Teresa Butler’s disappearance.

  Herrin Festa kicks off

The week long celebration is here and dozens of events are scheduled!

  Shaken as an infant, teen dies 14 years later

14-year-old Carl Leggett has passed away after being shaken nearly 14 years ago.