Good afternoon: Here's some of the stories you'll see on tonight's Heartland News:
Sadly, the county coroner says a Jackson, Missouri man died after a car crash on Saturday morning.
And, a man and woman were injured after a motorcycle crash late Friday evening in Murphysboro.
Bob Reeves has your first forecast tonight at 6:03 which includes possible rain on Sunday.
An event was held today in Carbondale in support of Molly Young. Arnold Wyrick reports at 6:00.
The SEMO District Fair opened today in Cape Girardeau. Todd Tumminia talked to food vendors about corn dogs, funnel cakes and more!
Tonight on Heartland News at 10, we'll show you a welcome home celebration that was held in Farmington, Mo. for soldiers home from Afghanistan.
An 81-year-old park ranger in southeast Missouri is ready to call it quits!
President Barack Obama Friday declared a major disaster in state of Missouri due to August storms and flooding.
NASA's newest robotic explorer rocketed into space toward the moon late Friday.
Josh Frydman will have Ole Miss-SEMO scores and highlights along with Mizzou, Kentucky, Illinois and the rest of the day in college football!
An adviser to the Rev. Martin Luther King will speak at a Southeast Missouri State University dinner.
Have a great evening -