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One of the suspects in a Harrisburg bank robbery is in custody, but another is on the loose (Source: Saline Co. SO). One of the suspects in a Harrisburg bank robbery is in custody, but another is on the loose (Source: Saline Co. SO).
The Cardinals are one win away from a trip to the World Series! We'll have updates tonight on Heartland News. The Cardinals are one win away from a trip to the World Series! We'll have updates tonight on Heartland News.
Congressman Jason Smith talks about the vote to reopen the government. Congressman Jason Smith talks about the vote to reopen the government.

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

Bob Reeves says clouds will be on the increase tonight, with showers moving in late. Do you have outside plans this weekend? Tune in to Bob's full forecast is at 5:16.

The Williamson County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of a 15-year-old boy in Cambria, Ill. Rachel Gartner has more on this story tonight on Heartland News. 

A bank robbery suspect is in custody while another is still at large, according to Harrisburg, Illinois Police. We'll tell you who police are looking for tonight at 6:00.

At 5:06, hear what a US Representative from Mo. says about his vote, now the government shutdown is over.

A veteran was ticketed for going to a closed National Park during the shutdown. Allison Twaits talked to the veteran has the details tonight at 6:00.

Social media experts are monitoring online chatter about the nation's health care law in a command center in Illinois. Find out why tonight at 5:06.

The Cardinals are going for the win tonight that would catapult the team into the World Series. Todd Tumminia will have live updates from Busch Stadium on Heartland News.

A federal air marshal is accused of using his cell phone to take pictures underneath women's dresses. We'll tell you what airport and the charges he faces at 5:13.

dangerous asteroid is set to pass Earth in 2032. Do experts think we are danger? Learn more at 5:18.

More schools are stocking up on EpiPens in order to fight dangerous allergic reactions. How about your kid's school? Learn more at 5:23.

Are you ready for some Heartland football! Todd Richards previews Heartland Football Friday games tonight at 6:21.

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