Good afternoon-Here's just some of the stories you'll see tonight on Heartland News:
One person is hurt after a fire ripped through a duplex early Saturday morning. You'll see the burnt structure tonight at 6:00.
Brian Alworth says tonight will be mostly clear and mild with a bit of patchy fog late. Lows will be from 60 to 67. Tune in to the First Forecast at 6:02.
A 17-year-old was injured in a crash Saturday morning on Houser Road in Paducah.
A Wyatt, Missouri man has been found guilty of child abuse involving a 3-month-old baby after a jury trial.
Gov. Pat Quinn has signed a new law that lets Illinois residents use cellphones to prove they have auto insurance.
There is a new chairman of the Missouri Democratic Party. Find out who he is at 6:03.
The major motion picture "Gone Girl" was looking for triplets for a part in the film today in Cape Girardeau.
The 21st annual Cape Girardeau Jaycees Barbecue Fest ran through today raising money for kids to have a better Christmas.
Deputies say a man is facing burglary charges out of Graves County, Kentucky.
Missouri's attorney general is advising consumers "to be alert" after a glitch made information available online about members of the Missouri Credit Union.
Saturday kicked off the first of two rallies celebrating a major Civil Rights event in Washington.
A massive wildfire is raging along the remote northwest edge of Yosemite National Park.
Josh Frydman says it's new team, and a brand new rivalry as McCracken County debuts its 2013 inaugural football season tonight against Paducah Tilghman. Josh and Todd Richards will have more in Heartland Sports at 10.
A recent college graduate floating hundreds of miles down the Mississippi River stopped in Cape Girardeau this week. Learn more at 6:05.
Have a great evening -