Good afternoon! Here are just some of the stories you will see tonight on Heartland News at 5 & 6:
Police are investigating a robbery at the Citizen's Bank in Charleston. Todd Tummina has the latest beginning tonight at 5:00.
Bob Reeves says rain may be mixed with sleet/snow in some areas by tomorrow afternoon. Tune in to his first forecast tonight at 5:06.
Several snow days have been by schools due to last week's winter storm dumping snow and ice. It can be frustrating for some parents making other arrangements. Christy Millweard talked to a school superintendent in Advance who says he does not want the kids in danger- tonight at 5:03.
You've probably seen ice flying off cars on the highway, but a big sheet of ice flew off a vehicle and crashed into a Jeep in Sikeston injuring a man. We'll show you the damage tonight at 5:05.
It's one of the most shocking stories we've brought you this year ... and one that made even national headlines. Kathy Sweeney has an I-Team Report tonight at 6:00.
FEMA representatives were in Brookport today surveying tornado damage. Allison Twaits has the details at 5:07.
The FCC is considering lifting the cell phone ban, but a poll says most Americans aren't in favor.
Some in Illinois are not in favor of fracking, but one Johnson County group want to put it on the ballot.
Look good, feel better: It's the motto and name of a program for cancer patients.
The governor has order flags to be flown at half-staff on Saturday for a fallen Poplar Bluff Marine.
In sports, Josh Frydman will have high school hoops and SEMO women's basketball highlights!
Cool! Watch this Kindergartner sign her school's holiday concert for her parents!
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