Thousands of people lined Walnut Street in downtown Murphysboro for its Apple Festival Parade. We'll show you the sights and sounds tonight on Heartland News.
And what a beautiful day outside! Laura Wibbenmeyer says tonight will be clear and cool again with areas of fog late.
While we are enjoying great weather here in the Heartland, scores of people are missing in major flooding in Colorado. Jeff Cunningham explains at 6:03.
K9 crews were out searching today for a missing woman in western New Madrid County.
The West Frankfort Police Department says they have found a missing man that has autism and a mental disability, and he is safe.
Around 450 people came out for the 18th annual Walk to End Alzheimer's Saturday at Cape Girardeau County Park.
A 2-year-old was injured in a collision with a car Saturday morning in Paducah.
There was a diplomatic breakthrough Saturday between the US and Russia on securing and destroying Syria's chemical weapons stockpile.
Meanwhile, Republicans gathering at a Midwestern conference appear divided about the US getting involved in Syria.
A Greyhound bus drove off an interstate highway in southwest Ohio early Saturday injuring at least 35 people.
Todd Richards has the latest on a Cape Girardeau coach's 300th win and a former SIU coach was hospitalized after suffering from a seizure during halftime at a football game today.
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