Good evening! Here's what's coming up on Heartland News at 9 & 10:
Bob Reeves says to watch out for freezing fog tonight, and tomorrow looks sunny! Tune in to his first forecast tonight at 9:01.
[Here are the latest school closings.]
Snow and ice caused the roof of the old Michael Hardware building in Paducah to collapse into the 5th floor of the building. Arnold Wyrick was there and has the latest on what happens now.
And-the search continues tonight for a southern Illinois barge worker who fell into the Ohio River.
It's a story you don't want to miss ... the story of a Caruthervillesville man becoming an honorary firefighter while battling cancer. Todd Tumminia has more tonight at 9:06.
Missouri Gov. Nixon will visit Southeast Missouri State University on Wednesday talking money for higher ed.
Marion police are investigating an armed robbery at Banterra Bank in Marion and have released photos.
Police are still searching for a suspect, as Murphysboro convenience store was robbed at gunpoint late Monday night.
A 6 year old suspended for sexual harassment? Learn more at 9:28 p.m.
The Rev. Billy Graham's son says he would appreciate prayers for his 95 year old father.
Todd Richards will have the latest from the SEMO Conference Basketball Tournament in Sikeston.
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