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Cards game 2 - Southern Illinois park vandalized - EBT card woes

The Cardinals take on the Dodgers in game 2 of the NLCS. Send your pictures to cnews@kfvs12.com (Source: cNews) The Cardinals take on the Dodgers in game 2 of the NLCS. Send your pictures to cnews@kfvs12.com (Source: cNews)
Vandals hit this park in Carrier Mills, Illinois (Source: cNews) Vandals hit this park in Carrier Mills, Illinois (Source: cNews)
Some people are not able to access benefits through their EBT cards. It's not believed to be related to the government shutdown. Some people are not able to access benefits through their EBT cards. It's not believed to be related to the government shutdown.

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

There was some heavy rain in the Heartland this morning! Laura says tonight will be clearing and cooler though. Tune into her first forecast at 5:00.

The Missouri Special Olympics says the softball competition Saturday and Sunday has been canceled due to field conditions.

According to Black River Electric, around 500 customers were out of power in the Sedgewickville area on Saturday morning.

What a win by the Cardinals last night! Did you stay up to watch the game? Todd Tumminia is at the game today and will have updates tonight on Heartland News. And, Arnold Wyrick caught up with former Cards pitcher Andy Benes in southern Illinois. Find out why tonight at 10.

SEMO and Murray State played today. The KFVS12.com WebCast archive is here. Josh Frydman will have highlights tonight at 6:25.

Bars and taverns in Murray can now stay open until 1:30 a.m. under an ordinance passed.

A southern Illinois park has been vandalized. Arnold Wyrick has the details at 6:03.

It's been 20 years since waters receded from a massive Midwest flood in 1993.

Tourists returned to the Grand Canyon on Saturday after a federal government plan to reopen national parks that have been closed due to the partial government shutdown.

People nationwide have been unable to access welfare benefits through their EBT cards Saturday.

The Masons held a MoCHIP event at the Scott City Fire Department on Main Street.

Hundreds of people walked Saturday to support those who have been affected by a suicidal death in their family.

The Illinois State Police has come up with a standard design for the signs that businesses can post warning patrons that guns are not allowed.

Multiple law enforcement agencies are searching for a Cunningham, Kentucky man accused of assaulting his girlfriend and who is at large and considered dangerous.

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James Long
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