The countdown is almost over and "Gone Girl" is set to premiere across the Heartland tomorrow. Coming up on Heartland News, Todd Tumminia will have more on what you can expect when you show up to the theaters.
Before you see the movie, click here to check out our slideshow of spots around Cape Girardeau that will be featured.
People in Kennett, Mo. are on edge after a rash of home and car break-ins. Mollie Lair talked to police who say it's been going on for months. She'll have more coming up on Heartland News at 9 and 10.
Now that the post season for baseball is here, agencies like the Better Business Bureau say you need to watch out for counterfeit tickets and be careful about buying them on secondary sites. Nichole Cartmell looked into these types of scams and will have more on Heartland News.
The Southern Illinois University of Carbondale Department of Public Safety is investigating a report of an attack on the east side of the Agriculture Building on campus. According to police, someone was attacked by six men on Tuesday, Sept. 30 around 9:30 p.m.
In this week's Does It Work test, the Control-N-Roll claims to help cut down the amount of toilet paper your family uses, saving you money and paper. Find out the results on Heartland News at 10.
Mount Vernon's inner-city boy hunt has been going on since 2011. Now, city leaders want more people to participate in the inner-city bow hunting season.
On Wednesday, community members spoke their mind on what they want to see in their next Southeast Missouri State University president. Topics of interest included the importance of athletics, tradition, education, value and more.
In national news, the airline passenger who brought Ebola into the U.S. initially went to a Dallas emergency room last week but was sent home, despite telling a nurse that he had been in disease-ravaged West Africa, the hospital said.
Secret Service Director Julia Pierson abruptly resigned on Wednesday in the face of multiple revelations of security breaches, bumbling in her agency and rapidly eroding confidence that the president and his family were being kept safe. President Barack Obama "concluded new leadership of that agency was required," said spokesman Josh Earnest.