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Cards trying to get to W. S. - Gov't shutdown update - Teacher accused of pointing gun at drive-thru

The Cardinals need one more win to get to the World Series. The Cardinals need one more win to get to the World Series.
Senators say a shutdown deal is in place. Senators say a shutdown deal is in place.
This Heartland teacher is accused of pointing a gun a woman while in a drive-thru (Source: Saline Co. SO) This Heartland teacher is accused of pointing a gun a woman while in a drive-thru (Source: Saline Co. SO)

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

Cardinals fans are hoping for one more win to get to the World Series. Rachel Gartner will have fan reaction tonight at 5 & 6. And Todd Tumminia says even stores are piling up on merchandise hoping for a Redbird win.

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Senate leaders announced last-minute agreement Wednesday to avert a threatened Treasury default and reopen the government. The House still has to vote. We'll have the latest at 5:00.

A Heartland high school Spanish teacher is accused of pulling a gun on a woman in a McDonald's drive-thru lane.

A former clerk for a small southern Illinois community has been sentenced to three years in prison.

A Sikeston team has raised money for people to get mammogram's in Dexter. Mollie Lair has details at 5:22.

Police say a Pinckneyville man is facing sex abuse charges. Learn more at 6:08.

You may have heard, two girls has been charged in a 12-year-old's suicide in Florida. Kadee Brousseau talked to school leaders about the signs to look for if you think your child is being severely picked on.

A judge has set a trial date for a Tenn. man in a slaying.

Prosecutors have dropped charges against a man accused of dumping a southwest Missouri teenager's body.

You HAVE to see the "salute seen around the world," by an injured soldier.

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James Long
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