Good afternoon! Here's just some of the stories you'll see tonight on Heartland News:
Bob Reeves says tomorrow there's a chance of a few light snow showers, sprinkles or sleet pellets at times. Tune in to his first forecast at 5:02.
Lake of Egypt fire crews responded to a house fire Sunday morning at 10036 White Cotton Road in Williamson County.
According to the Christian County Sheriff's Department, officers responded to a shooting call at a home there overnight.
A winter storm could impact Thanksgiving travels south and east.
Kadee Brosseau has a neat story about hunters sharing their harvest tonight at 9. And, Arnold Wyrick reports that those wanting to rebuild in Brookport may not have that option. And, don't miss Holly Brantley's story at 10 about where your money actually goes when giving to a charity.
Todd Richards will have the day's NFL scores and highlights.
The president says the new nuclear deal blocks Iran's path to bomb.
The next time you buy a package of meat at the grocery store, you might notice something different.
Does this make you feel old? Mick Jagger is set to be great-grandfather!
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