Here's what we're working on for 9News tonight

From Managing Editor George Sells about WAFB's news block beginning at 5 p.m.

Two years after the disappearance of Barbara Blount, investigators say the puzzle is still in pieces. Tyana Williams talked with detectives who still need that one clue to crack the case wide open.

This is the kind of story you've got to love. A man walked into a nail salon in Gonzales and tried to take off with a woman's purse. But police say he took a whuppin' from one of the nail customers. Cheryl Mercedes will have that story.

9News also found a curiosity today. A teacher in Denham Springs has been wearing Minnesota Vikings gear. A brave woman? We'll tell you about the counter attack.

And is it an ominous sign for the New Orleans offense? Jeremy Shockey, the emotional blonde guy who gives defenses fits, did not practice today.

On the stock market, Dow Jones Industrials dropped another 200 points. That's nearly 600 points since Wednesday morning. Some analysts blame anti-business actions or announcements by President Obama.

Our news begins at 5 p.m., followed by CBS Evening News with Katie Couric at 5:30, then Donna Britt and I return with more local news at 6 pm.