Good afternoon! Here's just some of the stories you'll see tonight on Heartland News at 5 & 6:
Truckers protesting the government shutdown have slowed traffic in Virginia and Maryland. We'll have the latest on how the shutdown, now in day 10, could be affecting you tonight at 5:00.
And, the weather doesn't shutdown, if fact, Bob Reeves says we could see rain and lightning tomorrow. He'll have the first forecast tonight at 5:04.
The Cardinals open up the National League Championship Series tonight against the Dodgers! Todd Tumminia will be live at Busch Stadium with an update at 5:07 and again at 6:00.
Josh Frydman will be live at the Show Me Center before the opening ceremonies of the Special Olympics.
The body of a missing Matthews man was recovered today from the Mississippi River.
Allison Twaits reports that two graves of an adult and a child have been discovered in sold plots at the Herrin Cemetery. We'll have the details at 6:05.
Three Wal-Mart employees are accused of stealing electronic from the store in Murray, Ky.
Do you know what a police 'tweetalong' is? Holly Brantley will explain tonight at 6:07.
Have a great evening -