Good evening! Here's what's coming up on tonight's Heartland News at 9 & 10 ...
The Butler County Sheriff's Office has sent out a missing child alert Sunday. They are looking for a 5-year-old from the Qulin area. We'll have the latest on search efforts at 10.
Sad to report, authorities confirm a southern Illinois man has died in a mine accident.
A scary situation developed Sunday afternoon, after a swimmer decided to try to cross the Mississippi River in Cape Girardeau.
Laura Wibbenmeyer says tonight will be much cooler. Some parts of the Mo. and Illinois could see light right before morning. Tune in to the first forecast at 10:04.
Arnold Wyrick says today's sunny, cooler weather brought lots of people back out to the 17th Annual Southern Illinois Irish Festival in Carbondale. He'll have details at 10:05.
Drivers and fans were injured in an IndyCar race in Texas today.
House Speaker John Boehner says there will be no debt hike without concessions.
Josh Frydman has SEMO soccer and NFL scores and highlights of the Rams, Bears, Chiefs and Titans games and Cardinals/Pirates NLDS highlights.
Here's what's trending today on our Facebook page:
- Chilling secrets reside in the Mo. Ozarks' secluded hills. You won't believe what 'sweet' grandma and grandpa are accused of hiding.
- The average 'U.S. price of a gallon of gasoline' has dropped 14 cents over the past two weeks. Find out the cheapest prices where you live here.
- Experts are advising, before cold season, to just say "no" and stay at home when you are sick with a cold.
Have a great evening -