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Snow causing holiday travel woes - More Ferguson arrests - IL man sentenced for store robberies

Parts of the Heartland are seeing snow, which is causing travel woes (Source: Lesterville, MO, cNews) Parts of the Heartland are seeing snow, which is causing travel woes (Source: Lesterville, MO, cNews)
Authorities have raised the arrest total from the second night of protests (Source: MGN) Authorities have raised the arrest total from the second night of protests (Source: MGN)
Christopher Westberry, 33 of Du Quoin, Illinois entered pleas to both counts of robbery in Jackson County Circuit Court (Source: Carbondale PD) Christopher Westberry, 33 of Du Quoin, Illinois entered pleas to both counts of robbery in Jackson County Circuit Court (Source: Carbondale PD)

Snow is causing some travel troubles the day before the busy Thanksgiving travel season. Grant Dade has the latest tonight at 5.

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Are you traveling this holiday season? How do you protect your home? Kadee Brosseau has some tips.

Folks are out getting their last minute groceries in preparation for Turkey Day. Holly Brantley hit the stores and found out what they were buying. She'll also share how the Salvation Army is preparing to feed families this holiday in Cape Girardeau.

Many don't have a table to eat at this Thanksgiving - hear the story of survival and struggle from two homeless people on Heartland News at 6.

Herrin, Illinois is preparing for a ton of people at their community Thanksgiving dinner. Rae Daniel has the story. She'll also have a story about possible holiday travel woes in Marion, Illinois due to construction.

Nick Chabarria tells you how to protect yourself and your money from fraudulent charities this holiday season.

Police say 58 people were arrested in the second night of protests after the Ferguson decision.

Ken Dobbins, president of Southeast Missouri State University, has released a statement regarding the recent events in Ferguson, Missouri. Allison Twaits says crews in Randolph Co. are on standby.

Singer Garth Brooks has cited Ferguson for his canceling a TV appearance.

An Illinois man was sentenced to 15 years in prison for two separate Oct. 24 robberies.

What tech toys are on your kid's wish list this Christmas? Tablets, Video games? But we're not just talking about the toys will have your little one glued to a screen, but toys that will really engage your child. You'll want to check these out, only on Heartland News at 5.

Viral video: Skateboarding legend Tony Hawk doesn't have anything on skateboarding pet Didga Cat.

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