Support for 11-year-old leukemia patient, deadly shooting, bank robbery, bank scam

Good afternoon -  Here's the stories we are working to bring you tonight for Heartland News at 6, 9 and 10:

A community came together Saturday to support an 11-year-old who is battling leukemia.

Marshall County authorities are investigating a deadly shooting in western Kentucky.

Mount Vernon police are looking for a man in connection to a bank robbery that happened on Saturday morning.

A Heartland community laid to rest a man killed in a tragic hunting accident earlier this week.

Police say four people are dead after a police standoff at a Colorado townhome.

A bank is warning their customers and others about a "widespread potential telephone scam" happening in the Heartland.

Discussions between Gov. Pat Quinn and legislative leaders on Illinois' massive pension crisis have ended without agreement. Allison Twaits has the latest.

A former small-town publisher in Fredericktown, Mo. calls the anti-war message that led to her newspaper's demise a satirical work of social provocation.

The 2013 St. Louis Cardinals Caravan is coming to Cape Girardeau on Monday, January 21.

Some parts of the Heartland saw snow and sleet Saturday morning. Laura Wibbenmeyer will tell us what we can expect tonight and tomorrow.

Murray State faces Southeast Missouri State in an OVC showdown Saturday night in Cape Girardeau. Josh Frydman will have the final score and highlights tonight at 9 and 10.

Have a great night -

James Long
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