Good evening! Here's just some of the stories you'll see tonight on Heartland News at 9 & 10:
Laura Wibbenmeyer says few light showers early tonight then clearing and colder. But, how about tomorrow? Tune in to her first forecast at 9:03.
Sadly, a school shooting where tonight a teacher and the suspected student gunman are dead, and two others hospitalized in Nevada. We'll have the latest at 9:00.
At 9:04 learn more about 510 new jobs over the next five years coming to Obion County.
And, one company is hiring more than 30 additional employees at its call center in Cape Girardeau.
Kadee Brosseau reports a new study says breast milk bought online can be dangerous to children. Hear from two Heartland moms speaking out on the importance of breastfeeding tonight at 9:06.
Todd Tumminia reports at 10:04 from a forum held in Cape Girardeau tonight on legalizing cannabis.
West Frankfort police arrested a man accused of wielding an axe and running over two women with his vehicle.
If you own a space heater, or know someone who does, tune in at 10:08 for important safety information.
Illinois lawmakers head back to Springfield to begin their fall veto session on Tuesday as they face pressure to deal with the state's pension problem.
A longtime NFL team owner has died and the quarterbacks for the Rams and Bears are out-one for the year. Also, a SIU QB is injured. Todd Richards has details in Heartland Sports.
Halloween is just around the corner, and you HAVE to see the reaction on these folks' faces scared 'out of their wits!'
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