Happy Halloween! Here are some of the stories you'll see tonight on Heartland News at 5 & 6:
Bob Reeves is keeping an eye on the radar, and says there will be periods of rain and thunderstorms, some could be strong or even severe with damaging wind and heavy rain through the early evening hours.
And-the rain has caused many communities to change their trick or treating schedules.
Should elected officials answer to the people who voted them into office? In St. Francois County, the daughter of a man, under guardianship of the Public Administrator, has plenty of questions, and so does her dad. What happens when you become a ward of the state? Find out in Kathy Sweeney's I-Team Report tonight at 6:00.
A property dispute is blamed in a deadly shooting in southeast Missouri. Holly Brantley talks to the suspect's family members in Wayne County and has the latest tonight at 5:00.
Todd Richards has your Mo. high school playoff football covered! He'll preview Heartland Football Thursday games tonight at 6:21 p.m.
Have a great evening -