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Allison Twaits talks to a family of a Brookport tornado victim tonight at Heartland News at Five. Don't forget that you can still pitch in to help on our Heartland Cares page on our website.
A 22-year-old Illinois man accused of fatally stabbing his 7-year-old niece won't go on trial until next year. Find out why in Heartland News at Five.
As many are getting ready for holiday travels, Holly Brantley investigates the safety of many bridges in the area. Tune in to Heartland News at Six to what bridges to watch out for during your travels.
On Heartland Sports tonight, Southeast Missouri State University announced head football coach Tony Samuel will be replaced with two years remaining on his contract. Join Todd Richards on Heartland News at Six and 10 for reaction.
On Heartland News at Six, it's the season to keep an eye on your credit cards. Tune in to see how you can keep your credit card purchases and how to be smart about your purchases.
The Supreme Court plans to handle another dispute over President Barack Obama's health care law. Can businesses use religious objections to escape a requirement to cover birth control for employees? Find out on Heartland News at Five.
The Coast Guard is working on an oil spill on the Mississippi River near Alton, Ill. About 300 gallons of crude oil have spilled into the river. How will it affect us? Tune in to Heartland News at Five to find out.
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