Winter Weather Advisory - Schools eating snow days - Truck stop - KFVS12 News & Weather Cape Girardeau, Carbondale, Poplar Bluff

Winter Weather Advisory - Schools eating snow days - Truck stop robbery

Winter Weather Advisories for Snow, sleet, freezing rain and rain are posted for Friday until Saturday morning. Winter Weather Advisories for Snow, sleet, freezing rain and rain are posted for Friday until Saturday morning.
Some schools are still eating up snow days. Some schools are still eating up snow days.
Deputies are looking for this suspect after a robbery in Matthews (Source: New Madrid Co. SO) Deputies are looking for this suspect after a robbery in Matthews (Source: New Madrid Co. SO)

Good evening! Here is what we are working on in the newsroom for Heartland News at 9 & 10:

Bob Reeves says there is a Winter Weather Advisory posted. Tune in for his first forecast tonight at 9:08.

A lot of school snow days have been used at some districts after last weeks snow and ice. It frustrates some parents, but school officials say it is best to use caution.

The Elks in Jackson gave away toys and food today. Find out why tonight at 9:10.

Gov. Jay Nixon has ordered flags be flown at half-staff on Saturday in honor of fallen Poplar Bluff Marine Staff Sgt. Eric W. Summers.

The New Madrid Sheriff's Office is investigating a robbery at a truck stop in Matthews.

And, officers in Charleston are on the lookout for two suspects after a bank robbery. Todd Tumminia has the latest tonight at 10.

Crews were working a fire at Eads Landscaping & Garden in McCracken County on Thursday.

Josh Frydman has boys high school hoops and highlights from tonight's women's SEMO basketball game.

Illinois State Police say they have launched a new website for concealed/carry.

Domestic violence experts explain that holiday season can turn brutal for some families. Learn more at 10:11.

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