Good evening-Here's just some of the stories you'll see tonight on Heartland News at 9 & 10:
It's being reported that two more people have been charged in connection with the killing of a southeast Mo. tattoo artist.
And this is unfathomable: A 107-year-old man was killed after SWAT officers shot back at him during a standoff at a home. Learn more tonight at 9:05.
Our photojournalist was on the scene of where two fires took place this weekend.
First, a mobile home, another vacant home along with two cars caught fire last night after a propane tank explosion. Hear what the homeowner had to say tonight at 10:00.
Then early this morning, a southeast Missouri town lost its only restaurant in a blaze.
And sad to report, a Puxico man and woman were killed in a single car crash Saturday night.
Bob Reeves says dry and fairly hot weather is the main part of the forecast through Wednesday, so summer weather continues. He'll have the first forecast at 10:03.
Meanwhile, it was a scary situation on the east coast today, where thirteen kids were hurt after fair ride in Connecticut lost power and they all fell to the ground.
Here is what we know: President Obama has scheduled six network interviews on Monday and then a primetime speech to the nation from the White House on Tuesday, the eve of the first votes in Congress on possible military action in Syria.
In southern Illinois, a judge has sentenced a man to 12 years in prison for arson.
A western Ky. man is facing charges after deputies say he was involved in a DUI crash.
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Josh Frydman has the day's NFL scores and highlights starting at 10:27, and the Cardinals got the big sweep over the Pirates.
Have a great evening -