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