Good afternoon! A bit cloudy outside, but it's Friday! Here's some of the stories we are working on for Heartland News at 5 & 6:
Bob Reeves says there is a possibility of strong storms this weekend. Tune in at 5:04 for his first forecast.
A Poplar Bluff Marine was killed Wednesday in a training exercise at Camp Pendleton. Todd Tumminia got reaction from the community today about their loss.
Sadly, a Union Pacific train hit and killed a man in West Frankfort at the Elm Street crossing Thursday.
Cape Girardeau police want to find a man for questioning after an incident involving a dump truck ramming a vehicle at a gas station.
The holidays are just around the corner and shoppers are chomping at the bit. Christy Millweard tells us how stores are getting ready for Black Friday.
And, Thanksgiving could be cheaper on the pocketbook this year. Allison Twaits has details at 6:08.
This will warm your heart: Thousands of people are helping the Make-A-Wish Foundation transform San Francisco into Gotham City for 'Batkid.'
It's been almost a year since a massive fire that demolished two businesses in downtown Dexter. Mollie Lair went to Dexter to see how the town is recovering 12 months later.
Scouts will be collecting bags at the doors in Cape Girardeau for their 29th annual Scouting For Food Campaign.
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