Good evening to you. President Barack Obama will give his annual State of the Union address tonight at 8 p.m. CT. You can watch it live on KFVS, www.kfvs12.com, or find a link on our news apps for Android and iOS. The president is expected to talk about job creation, the economy, and the deficit. Look for a review of the speech later on HeartlandVotes.com.
A man police believe to be the fugitive ex-Los Angeles officer wanted in three killings was barricaded inside a burning cabin today after a shootout in a California mountain town today that left one deputy dead and another wounded.
Allison Twaits talked to the business owner of a downtown Carterville, Ill. thrift store damaged by fire for a third time last night.
Butler County, like many areas in the Heartland, continues to see new areas developed. New storm sirens have been installed in the county thanks to the community pulling together.
Man's best friend was reunited with his family after eight months. Christy Millweard spoke with the man and his daughter who get to take their dog home tonight. She brings us this touching story tonight on Heartland News at 10.
A House panel has approved a bill that would require Kentucky students to remain in school until age 18. Students can currently leave school at 16.
Are websites like match.com and eHarmony just too mainstream for you? Looking for someone that just gets you? Here are 14 websites that might help you get in the relationship full of quirks you've been missing.
Bob Reeves is keeping a check on the weather as rain is expected for parts of the Heartland overnight.