Good afternoon! We hope you enjoyed your Thanksgiving and have recuperated from those Black Friday sales. Here are just some of the stories we are working to bring you for tonight's Heartland News and on kfvs12.com...
There is some sad news coming out of Scott County today as Sikeston teen has died in a crash. The wreck happened just after midnight about two and a half miles north of Blodgett.
Governor Nixon has ordered U.S. and state flags to fly at half-staff across Missouri on Saturday to honor a soldier from Wayne County who died in Afghanistan.
Police in Murphysboro are looking for a suspect today after a break in at a local gun shop early Friday morning.
Did you brave the crowds overnight? Santa turned into the Thanksgiving turkey's biggest rival this year, with stores opening earlier than ever to accommodate an estimated 152 million Black Friday shoppers this weekend.
Get the umbrellas and heavy coats out! Laura Wibbenmeyer says it looks like wind and rain is in the forecast for tomorrow, with more rain and colder weather on Sunday.
Todd Richards will have scores and highlights of today's college football action and preview tomorrow's Redhawks basketball match-up with Miami-Ohio.
Have a great evening, and thank you for watching Heartland News!