Good afternoon. Here are just some of the stories we are working on for Heartland News...
Cape Girardeau police responded to two incidents last night where shots were fired. Four men were taken into custody. Holly Brantley will have the latest tonight.
Illinois fire officials are marking National Fire Prevention week by asking families to get involved in fire safety. Look for a full report from Arnold Wyrick.
The family of a missing Missouri baby is reaching out to tens of thousands of NASCAR fans, hoping to spur efforts to locate the child.
Habitat for Humanity celebrated the groundbreaking of their 47th home Sunday on South Ellis in Cape Girardeau.
More Amish men in western Kentucky are headed to trial over their refusal to use reflective triangles on their horse-drawn buggies.
A man was hit by a car after walking in the roadway early Sunday morning in Washington County, Missouri.
MoDOT says parts of Route 51 will be reduced to one lane while contractor crews add shoulders to the roadway.
Jaime Travers says you might need to keep that umbrella handy this week.
Chad Fryman will have Cardinals and NFL scores and highlights from today's action.
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