Good afternoon! Here's some of the stories we are working on for Heartland News at 5 & 6:
Bob Reeves says it will be clear and not quite as cold tonight, and a warming trend begins tomorrow with a high of around 70 expected this weekend!
The picture on the back of a calendar from the American Legion is creating quite a stir. Kadee Brosseau talked to veterans about why they are fired up and has details tonight at 5:03.
Police say a man was shot in the stomach Tuesday evening at his house in Cape Girardeau.
A man freed from prison after nearly 10 years after a court overturns a murder conviction. We'll have the latest and look for more tonight on the CBS Evening News.
Human remains found in southwest Missouri could be those of a Fredericktown, Missouri man.
Allison Twaits talked to a southern Illinois couple that were in the Philippines when the deadly typhoon hit.
A Marion pastor is teaching conceal/carry classes. Allison Twaits has the details tonight at 6:00.
Also, we'll tell you about a fire in Sikeston, a Cape Girardeau murder trial date is set and a Poplar Bluff school plans expansion.
Prosecutors are responding to former Ill. Gov. Rod Blagojevich's prison appeal.
The next big thing is the Cleanse Diet. Some who have used it swear by it, saying it really works, but the question is "How healthy is it?" Kadee Brosseau has the details at 6:10.
Illinois' Treasurer, who's running for governor, said he'd consider re-opening closed prisons including Tamms.
Todd Richards talks to a Heartland basketball star headed to Mizzou! Hear more tonight on Heartland Sports.
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