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Hardin County search continues - Peter O'Toole - New health care challenge

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Join us for Heartland News at 5 for details on the passing of Peter O'Toole as well as the Stoddard County Shop with a Hero and much more.

Then at 9, we'll have an update on the two duck hunters missing in Kentucky and details on a house that caught fire because of a snow blower.

Catch Heartland News at 10 for information on the search for missing Illinois woman Chrissy Williams.

Also at 10, we'll announce our next winner in the 12 Nights of Lights contest!

From kfvs12.com: A 970-resident central Illinois village where a tornado last month leveled one-third of its homes says it's in rebuilding mode, undeterred by a recent cold snap and snow.

Plus, the next challenge for the nation's health care law may be sticker shock.

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