Good afternoon! Here's just some of the stories you'll see tonight on Heartland News at 5 & 6:
Bob Reeves says we could see some strong storms on Halloween! He'll have the SPOOK-tacular first forecast at 5:04.
Several towns have moved trick or treating due to weather concerns.
Now would be a good time to download (http://bit.ly/1clyOki) the KFVS12 StormTeam Weather App. It's free! Just type "KFVS" in your app store!
How would you like to track your kids' trick or treating route electronically? Holly Brantley has the details tonight at 6:10.
The need for more inspections in assisted living centers in some states is making news nationwide.
Kadee Brosseau is live at 5:00 and reports what's happening in the Heartland to make sure assisted living feels just like home to your loved ones.
A police chief in Missouri wants his department to be the first in the St. Louis area to carry an antidote for heroin overdoses.
On November 1, most families who receive food stamps will see their benefits decrease due to the end of the extra benefits provided by the 2009 law. Mollie Lair talked to an East Prairie family about what they plan to do.
The nation's top health official was confronted by lawmakers about continued issues with the new ACA healthcare website.
A group of Ky. college students are pushing to carry concealed weapons on campus. Would Illinois college students like that option, as well? Rachel Gartner talked to SIU students and police, and has the details tonight 6:04.
Does the baseball season end tonight? That's what'll happen if the Cardinals lose in Boston. Todd Richards previews the game on Heartland Sports #KFVSCARDS.
And, Allison Twaits talked to a 103-year-old Cardinals fan who says she listens to every game!
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