Good afternoon! Here's just some of the stories you'll see tonight on Heartland News at 5 & 6:
There is an effort going on today to help a Du Quoin family. Three of four members of the James family were diagnosed with the same hereditary disorder. Learn how you can help tonight at 5:00.
And, after a well-known figure in Elkville's baseball community tragically died, find out at 5:02 how family and friends are making sure he is never forgotten.
Have you gotten your flu shot? Christy Millweard is live at the Osage Centre where a clinic has been going on all day.
Bob Reeves says to expect it to be clear and comfortable tonight with lows from 53-58.
As the Oct. 1 opening for the Health Insurance Marketplace enrollment nears, some people may be unsure on how to access the health insurance options.
Howardville, Mo. has been awarded a revitalization grant. Kadee Brosseau tells us what town leaders plan to do with the money tonight at 6:00.
Here's an update to a story we first brought you yesterday on the Breakfast Show, yet another woman has been arrested in connection to a newborn being taken from the hospital in Kennett.
Malden police are investigating an armed robbery. Find out where it took place and who police are looking for tonight at 6:03.
Illinois' own Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) is asking energy drink companies not to market to children and to stop making products available in schools.
At 6:09, we'll tell you about a new colon cancer awareness campaign in southeast Missouri.
Josh Frydman will have news of a SEMO basketball player's career ending and Major League Baseball may be looking for a new commissioner soon.
Have a great evening -