Tonight on Heartland News

Here's what we're working on for Heartland News tonight:

Call 'em slightly used
A shipment of new cars derails near Cape Girardeau. We'll bring you amazing video from land and sky.

The hero she'll never know
Two months ago Corporal Price was killed in Iraq. His fiancé considers his newborn daughter a present from beyond. Arnold Wyrick has the emotional story of one soldiers legacy.

Girls Gone Wild
How crazy is spring break? It now carries a warning from the American Medical Association! Erica Byfield tells you how to keep your daughters from going wild.

From the Front Lines
Think you've seen the most amazing pictures from this weekend's storms? Wait 'til you see the photos our viewers are sending in! Mike Shain helps document the damage.

Cold Case Mystery
24 years after a Southern Illinois student was strangled on campus, her accused killer is finally ready to stand trial. I'll show you how DNA evidence is pointing the finger at a former SIU employee.

Helpful reminder
10 Missouri deaths are being blamed on this weekend's weather. Tiffany Sisson will review the tips you need to stay safe when tornadoes threaten.

The week ahead
Calmer skies, cooler temps, but how long will it last? Bob and John are in the StormTeam center. Which begs the question "Do weather guys ever sleep?"

March Madness
The men's NCAA tourney kicks off Thursday on KFVS12, but tonight we'll find out where the Southeast Women are headed. Todd Richards will reveal their first round opponent in a LIVE report.

Plus, I'm back. For the first time in 3 years, I'll be anchoring the news at with Jeff Cunningham.

I hope you'll join us!

Kathy Sweeney