Good afternoon! Here's just some of the stories you'll see tonight on Heartland News at 5 & 6:
A baby was taken early Wednesday morning from Twin Rivers Regional Medical Center. Now, the baby's mother and step-grandmother are facing charges. Kadee Brosseau is live at 5:00 from Kennett with the latest.
Bob Reeves says dense fog is possible tonight with lows from 56-61. He'll have the first forecast at 5:03.
In national headlines, we'll have the latest on a possible postal rate increase; Sen. Cruz' filibuster-type speech ends after 21-hours on Capital Hill and an update about the deadly Kenya mall shooting.
The FBI has released new video of the Navy Yard shooter.
Tonight at 6:00, Christy Millweard tells us about a Cobden couple who thwarted a burglar.
At 6:12, Allison Twaits has the story of one southern Illinois extreme woman's weight loss journey that made it to TV.
Find out why scores of Southeast students decorated Broadway in Cape Girardeau today.
Folks in Jackson got a chance Wednesday morning to have coffee with a police officer.
Today's Cardinals and Reds game is underway after last night's near no-hitter! Todd Richards has highlights at 6:00.
Have a great evening -