Good afternoon! It's a crisp, cool & sunny day outside! Here's just some of the stories you'll see tonight on Heartland News.
Bob Reeves says the calm and cool trend continues tonight. Lows will be in the 30s. Tune in to his first forecast at 5:05.
The FDA is banning an artery-clogger that could save thousands of lives per year. Learn more at 5:00 p.m.
Pinckneyville EMS is getting new stretchers. Rachel Gartner tells us why this will help emergency workers tonight at 5:07.
And check this out-A Mo. kindergartner brought a medical syringe to school, and wound up sticking herself and five classmates with the needle.
An Anna woman was sentenced to 10 years for armed robbery and the kidnapping of a newborn.
According to Steve O'Keefe with John A Logan College, the campus closed at noon on Thursday due to a water main break. There is a boil water order, as well.
Rep. Brandon Phelps (D-Harrisburg) has signed on to anti-crime legislation that targets illegal guns in Chicago.
Federal accident investigators called Thursday for a probe of the agency charged with ensuring the safety of commercial vehicles like tour buses.
Can you imagine something like this? Someone is shooting horses in southeast Missouri. Mollie Lair has the details tonight at 6:00.
Do you or someone you love avoid products made with gluten? Are gluten allergies just a myth? Hear from Allison Twaits, who talked with medical professionals, tonight at 6:04.
Todd Richards has high school soccer and volleyball highlights and news of a new manager coming to the Windy City.
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