Happy Easter! Here are some of the stories we are working to bring you for tonight's Heartland News ....
Due to recent incidents involving gun shots, the City of Charleston has implemented a curfew. Learn more tonight at 5:00.
A Kentucky college is offering students from Mid-Continent University a chance to finish their degrees.
On April 20, 1999, two students attacked classmates and staff at Columbine High School. We will look back at that tragic day now 15 years ago, tonight at 9:13.
What a beautiful day! However, Bryan McCormick says showers and storms will become likely from midday Monday through the evening. Tune in at 5:04 for first weather.
According to a new study, Biofuels made from the leftovers of harvested corn plants
for global warming in the short term.
A proposed "exclusion list" designed to keep criminals away from the video gambling industry is prompting questions from those wanting to protect problem gamblers.
Honey, there is something in the yard! A sinkhole opened up on Saturday beneath two houses in Florida.
Josh Frydman has Cardinals-Nats highlights in sports and a Blackhawks hockey player faces suspension for a hit on a St. Louis Blues player.
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