Happy Labor Day! Here's just some of the stories you'll see tonight on Heartland News:
Just in to our newsroom this afternoon-Crews are actively searching for a missing swimmer in Rend Lake. Allison Twaits is at the scene and has the latest information tonight at 5:00.
U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) is heading to Washington and begin preparing for congressional debate on possible action in Syria.
Tune in at 5:01 to learn more about an overnight fire that destroyed a home in Parma.
You've heard of dog bites man but how about this: A Cape Girardeau man is accused leading officers on a chase and then biting a sheriff's deputy!
Police in Fulton, Ky. are investigating a robbery that occurred at a fast food restaurant Sunday night.
The town of Sikeston is using security cameras to keep an eye on things-and, you can adopt a camera.
The Cape Girardeau County Sheriff's Office investigated a report of shots fired into a home on Route BB early Sunday afternoon. We should learn the identity of the person in custody soon.
Wow! Hunters set a record Sunday when they found a 13-foot-long alligator in the Mississippi River.
Boxer Tommy Morrison died Sunday night at a Nebraska hospital. He was 44.
A seriously ill woman who'd lobbied to legalize medical marijuana in Illinois won't be eligible to get it.
Laura Wibbenmeyer says tonight will be clear and much cooler with daybreak lows 56 north to 63 south.
Josh Frydman has news on Yadier Molina leaving today's Cardinals game and highlights of the Cards-Reds match-up.
Wow talk about endurance! Swimmer Diana Nyad completed a 110-mile swim from Cuba to Florida!
Kadee Brosseau is in the air! She's flying with the Missouri Highway Patrol checking speeds from the sky. Troopers say this helps decrease the number of crashes, especially on holiday weekends. She'll have the story tonight on Heartland News at 10.
Have a great evening -