Good afternoon! Here's some of the stories you'll see tonight on Heartland News:
A shooting suspect is dead and two others injured after a school shooting in Colorado.
Authorities say a man plotted a suicide bombing at Wichita's Mid-Continent Airport.
Meteorologist Bob Reeves says another round of wintry weather is setting up for us just in time for the weekend.
Broadway in Cape Girardeau got a face-lift last year. Now city leaders might do the same for another major city road-William Street. But not everyone thinks it's a good idea. Christy Millweard has the details at 5:02.
Friday could prove to be extremely lucky (it's Friday the 13th) for the holder of the right Mega Millions ticket.
Farrell dogs are keeping a mail carrier from delivering to a Dexter resident. Kadee Brosseau has the details tonight at 6:01.
And, an 18 year old baker is opening a new business after small success at home. Allison Twaits has her story tonight at 6:06.
A Cape Girardeau man was arrested in connection with a November 30 shooting at Kentucky Fried Chicken.
A basketball coach in her 80s is being honored for her years of service. Todd Tummina has details tonight at 9:09.
A Charleston bank is warning of an area phone scam.
A 54-year-old Missouri woman has died in a crash involving a road grader.
The DNR in Illinois says deer harvest were sharply down from last year.
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