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Bank armed robbery - Casino's impact on city - Overnight drug bust

Police are looking for bank robbery suspects (Source: Scott Co. SO) Police are looking for bank robbery suspects (Source: Scott Co. SO)
The casino in Cape Girardeau is approaching its 1 year anniversary. The casino in Cape Girardeau is approaching its 1 year anniversary.
Miner police made a drug bust overnight (Source: Miner PD) Miner police made a drug bust overnight (Source: Miner PD)

Good afternoon! Here's just some of the stories you'll see tonight on Heartland News at 5 & 6:

Police are currently searching for two suspects, and possibly a third, involved in a bank robbery this morning in Morley.

It's been nearly a year since a casino opened in Cape Girardeau. Holly Brantley talked to city leaders about money received since the business opened at the beginning of November.

Bob Reeves says we are looking at a wet weekend. He has details in the first forecast tonight at 5:02.

The federal government shutdown could leave America's craft brewers with a huge hangover. We'll have more at 5:05.

Starters have been announced for tomorrow's NLCS game in St. Louis.

Cape Girardeau Police are looking for a suspected purse snatcher.

Police say a large amount of what is believed to be marijuana was found during a traffic stop on Interstate 55.

Police have made an arrest in a deadly hit and run involving a pedestrian in Poplar Bluff.

A mom with three kids is needing help, but due to the government shutdown, the funds just aren't there. Kadee Brosseau has details at 6:00.

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James Long
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