Leave the umbrella at home- Heartland expected to dry out today

Leave the umbrella at home- Heartland expected to dry out today

It is Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015.

Leave the umbrella at home today. Rain is moving out of the Heartland this morning. However, you can still expect it to feel cool and damp when you walk out the door. We will try to dry out today, with high temperatures likely in the 60s and 70s.

Making Headlines:

In custody: A man considered dangerous is in police custody after allegedly striking a St. Francois County deputy with a truck. Dispatchers with the St. Francois County Sheriff's Department reports Donald Hornsey was located Tuesday evening after he escaped on foot into the woods.

Under investigation: Two people are behind bars after a St. Francois man says he was robbed at gun point. A man and woman from Park Hills, Mo after officers located them in Kennett with a large amount of money.

Searching for answers: A lock down on the  Miles College campus in Alabama has been lifted after a student was shot and killed on campus, according to authorities. Two suspects are in custody.

Longest ever: Game one of this year's World Series will go down in history as the longest opener as the Royals beat the Mets 5-4. The game took 5 hours to complete, including 14 innings, power failure, crazy bounces, and key errors.

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