Here are just some of the stories you'll see tonight on Heartland News at 5 & 6:
A MO appeals court is hearing a Mo. flag desecration case involving Cape Girardeau man.
A county-by-county list of concealed-carry permit applications, according to Illinois State Police.
It's big clean up day in Brookport where the community is still clearing debris from a Nov. tornado. Allison Twaits has the details tonight at 5:00.
A reward is being offered after whooping cranes were shot and killed in western KY.
A member of an Army helicopter unit was killed when the helicopter took a hard landing in GA.
An Ohio killer was executed with a new lethal drug combination, but it didn't go smoothly.
A New Mexico suspected shooter is now facing charges as one young victim is on a respirator.
Tune in at 5:23 to learn more about gene therapy used to treat blindness.
A home burglarized in Campbell, MO has residents outraged, and they have a message they want heard. Christy Millweard has the details tonight at 6:00.
Internal Revenue officials are delaying the start of income tax season in Illinois.
MO legislation is being considered that would outlaw a phenomenon known as "revenge pornography."
Firefighters were on the scene of a car fire at the Cape Central High School parking lot this morning.
Could there be a move for the Marion Police Department in the near future? Allison Twaits has the latest tonight at 6:04.
Look for more tonight at 5:00 and 6:00 from Mollie Lair and Rachel Gartner who are live in Cape Girardeau and Carbondale with the Heartland Blood Drive.
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