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An Illinois nursing home's fate - Fashion for a cause - Renewing the rivalry

This southern Illinois nursing home won't be finished for another year. What will happen to the residents and workers? This southern Illinois nursing home won't be finished for another year. What will happen to the residents and workers?
This vintage fashion show's proceeds will help out a shelter in Cape Girardeau (Source: Kate Broeckling). This vintage fashion show's proceeds will help out a shelter in Cape Girardeau (Source: Kate Broeckling).
Game one of the World Series is tomorrow night. Game one of the World Series is tomorrow night.

Good evening! Brrr, it's getting colder! Here's just some of the stories you'll see tonight on Heartland News at 9 & 10:

Laura Wibbenmeyer says to expect a few early showers tonight then it will be clearing, breezy and colder. Tune in to her first forecast tonight at 9:02 to see how cold it will be tomorrow.

The Jackson County Board discussed what to do with the county's nursing home at a meeting tonight.
A new one won't be ready for another year; so what will happen to the residents and workers? Arnold Wyrick will have details from that meeting tonight at 10.

We'll tell you why a Marion church group is going to Colorado to help folks tonight at 10:05.

There was a vintage fashion show going on tonight in Cape Girardeau to raise money for a worthwhile cause. We'll tell you where the money's going tonight at 9:06.

A southern Illinois high school athletic program has gotten a grant. Learn what school and where it's going on Heartland News at 9.

The Cardinals and Red Sox are set to renew an old rivalry in this year's fall classic. Josh Frydman previews tomorrow's game 1 of the World Series in Heartland Sports.

Apple announced "a lighter, thinner and faster" product today. Learn more at 9:25.

Authorities in Europe and across the world are working to determine the identity of an abducted girl, and if she could be from Missouri.

Dozens of John A. Logan athletic students have been cited for underage drinking.

Southern Illinois University's ROTC Program could use your help this weekend.

The Missouri Department of Corrections announced today that it has adopted a new one-step execution drug.

Some downtown Cape Girardeau businesses hope an ordinance change means more sales for them.

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