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Showdown between Cards vs. Giants, Obama vs. Romney

Clay Waller appeared in court Monday. Clay Waller appeared in court Monday.

Will the Cardinals pull through with a win against the Giants tonight? The two previous World Series champions are playing a winner-take-all Game 7 for the chance to get back to baseball's biggest stage.

President Barack Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney face off in the final presidential debate tonight, which will focus entirely on foreign policy questions.  Watch the debate live on KFVS12, HeartlandVotes.com at 8 p.m. CDT.  Join a live chat online with other viewers. You can even join the chat from your mobile device.

Christy Millweard shows us how Jackson High School students are using tonight's debate to learn a lesson on Heartland News at 9 and 10.

A jury from outside Cape Girardeau County will be brought in to hear Clay Waller's murder trial. He is accused of murder after his estranged wife, Jacque disappeared on June 1, 2011.

Searchers are working to recover the body of a missing boater on Rend Lake. The 54-year-old Sesser man went missing Sunday night. Arnold Wyrick has been following the search.

Family members remember the 32-year-old Jackson native who died during a training exercise with the United States Air Force on October 11. Holly Brantley spoke with his father.

Two new studies are reminding parents that getting children vaccinated for the flu can save lives. Todd Tumminia went to Chaffee today and talked to a school nurse.

The city of Cardwell will receive a $500,000 grant to build a new wastewater treatment facility.

Go Cards!

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