Sadly, two well known community members died yesterday in a two-vehicle crash in Mississippi County, Mo: it's the the talk of the town right now. Todd Tumminia talked to community leaders about the legacy of Herb and Nina Marshall. Learn more tonight at 5 p.m.
Most gun laws are designed to keep firearms out of the wrong hands, but are we making it too difficult for people to sell their guns? Buying weapons at a gun show in Missouri is relatively easy, but there are laws a seller must follow. So what happens when you're accused of breaking those laws?
Don't miss Kathy Sweeney's special I-Team exclusive, tonight on Heartland News at 6.
The future of the 98-year-old student newspaper at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale is in question. Allison Twaits has the details live in Carbondale tonight at 6:04.
Showers and T' storms are becoming likely tonight. Grant Dade has your full forecast tonight at 6:15 p.m.
Changes are ahead for the 2014 school year in Cairo: The district voted to move to a school uniform policy when classes start next year.
This time of year, Americans spend billions on flowers showing Mom they love her, according to the National Retail Federation. But if you order Mother's Day flowers online, will Mom get a bouquet as beautiful as the pictures on the website? Mollie Lair has the answer tonight at 5:23.
Crews are walking around the old Ledbetter Bridge inspecting for any additional land slippage.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon is recovering after having arthroscopic surgery on his knee.
Trending on Facebook: A South Carolina police officer went above and beyond for a 13-year-old boy.
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