Tonight on Heartland News
Lock and Load, Ladies
Across the country, more and more women are arming themselves. Why? Find out as Tiffany Sisson talks with several ladies taking target practice at a firing range in Bollinger County.
Are You Paying Attention?
A second FDA committee is paying close attention to warnings about ADHD drugs, like Ritalin. They're holding hearings to determine if the medication, often prescribed to children, needs to carry a warning.
Every Vote Counts
A day after Illinois’ primary, Arnold Wyrick criss-crosses Southern Illinois to see the impact of your vote. From liquor sales to more officers on the street, he breaks down the wins and losses that will affect communities for years to come.
Would You Vote For This Man?
He’s ruffled more than a few feathers over the years and even landed in jail. But, the man known as Alexander County’s “street preacher” won more than his share of votes in his effort to land a seat on the County Board. Ryan Tate takes a walk with Duane Lyon in his hometown of Miller City, to find out what it takes for a person with no political experience to reach so many voters.
SEMO’s Redhawk women may be out of the NCAA tourney, but the team is still the focus of an NCAA investigation. Sports Director Todd Richards sits down with AD Don Kaverman to talk about that, and the school’s efforts to keep coach BJ Smith around for another season.