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.
A 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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