Rally Squirrel, unwashed jerseys and backward caps. Tonight on Heartland News, Todd Tumminia will bring you some Cardinals fans' superstitions. What's your good luck charm?
Allison Twaits spent the day with a 103-year-old Cardinals fan. Ruth Blackburn has seen all 11 World Series wins by the Cardinals, and she's hoping to see a 12th this year.
President Barack Obama came to town on World Series game day, but he's avoiding the crowds at Fenway Park. Obama spokesman Josh Earnest says Obama is mindful of the effect his security entourage has on the public and never considered attending the game.
If you're considering moving your loved one into an assisted living facility, you want to make sure they're not only comfortable but also safe. While the need for more inspections at these facilities in some states is making news nationwide, Missouri requires more inspections than any other state. Kadee Brosseau talked to the Capetown administrator about the guidelines. You can click here for more.
Halloween is tomorrow, but due to a threat of severe weather, many Heartland communities have moved their trick-or-treating events to Friday. You can click here for a list of the rescheduled events that we know of.
Holly Brantley had two families test a GPS app that allows them to track each other. Many people will be using similar apps for trick-or-treating. You can click here to see if they liked the app and for a list of other, similar apps.
The Cape Girardeau County Sheriff's Office is investigating after a Jackson school bus was shot. School officials called the sheriff's office on Monday after finding two holes in the outer skin of the bus that appear to have been caused by a gun.
In national news, the president claimed "full responsibility" today for fixing his administration's much-maligned health insurance website as a new concern surfaced: a government memo pointing to security worries, laid out just days before the launch.