Good afternoon! There is a chill in the air today! Here's just some of the stories you'll see tonight on Heartland News at 5 & 6:
Laura Wibbenmeyer says there are freeze warnings tonight with freeze and frost likely. Tune in to her first freezy forecast at 5:06.
A man suspected of shooting two people near a Navy base in Tennessee today is a National Guard employee. We'll have the latest on the shooting tonight at 5:00.
An animal surgery being called the first of its kind in the Heartland took place this morning. Molly Lair tells us more about the pet stem-cell surgery done in Sikeston tonight at 5:04.
Kelly High School softball team is headed to the class 2 state semifinals. Kelly has made it to the final four, seven out of the last 10 years.
Illinois public schools have a new way of handing out report cards. We will explain at 6:08.
St. Louis and Boston's mayors have decided not to place a wager on their respective teams, but that's not stopping the mayors of Malden, Mo. and Malden, Mass. Holly Brantley has the details tonight at 5:08.
Leading contractors on the Obama administration's troubled health insurance website were on Capitol Hill testifying Thursday.
How did the partial government shutdown affect area food banks? Hear from Food Bank officials at 6:10.
Can a too much exercise be bad for your baby if you are pregnant? Allison Twaits talked to a southern Illinois mom who does cross fit, and has the details at 6:06.
Have a great evening & go Cardinals!