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Man gets 12 years for striking SE Mo. joggers
An Arkansas man who admitted driving into a group of joggers in southeast Missouri has been given a 12-year prison term.
Mon May 20, 2013
Running for Congress keeps 2 Missouri lawmakers from voting
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. a Republican congressional candidate Jason Smith missed three-fifths of the Missouri House's votes before the final day of this year's legislative session, while his Democratic opponent, Steve Hodges, missed about one-fifth of the ...
Thu May 16, 2013
1 dead after crash on LaSalle St. in Cape Girardeau
According to Clifton, 20-year-old Alex Hodges was taken from the scene to a hospital where he later died.
Wed May 15, 2013
Heartland soldier returns home to meet baby son for first time
The couple reunited at the Cape Girardeau airport, when John Gilman got off his flight from St.
Sun May 12, 2013
Work delay for bat survey worries southeastern Missouri drainage officials
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO. a Federal funding has been approved to restore nearly 81 miles of flood-damaged drainage channels in southeastern Missouri, but the project is on hold for a bat habitat survey.
Thu May 09, 2013
Same procedure, huge cost difference at hospitals nationwide
If you needed to be shocked and went to a Cape Girardeau hospital, it would cost $33,000 to $52,000. "I got a comparison with memorial hospital here in Carbondale, I had to get a hernia repair," Kearbey said.
Sparks wins MVC' Player of the Year Award
Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Year Hunter Sparks led the Wichita State University golf team his sixth consecutive Missouri Valley Conference Championship.
Wed May 08, 2013
Lt. Governor Peter Kinder names Austin as Senior Service Award Winner
Missouri Lt. Governor Peter Kinder announced Wednesday, May 8 the 35 winners of the Lieutenant Governor's Senior Service Award, including Doug Austin of Cape Girardeau.
Missouri prosecutors gain new legal protections
Missouri prosecutors advising police on undercover investigations or overseeing such stings now have greater legal protection that their conduct won't violate ethical rules.
Cape Girardeau police looking for home burglary suspects
If you want to make over your body from the inside out, dieticians and doctors agree you might want to start with your pantry.
Missouri Senate passes abortion drug restrictions
The Missouri Senate advanced legislation Monday that would require a doctor to be physically present when a drug causing an abortion is administered.
Tue May 07, 2013
Mississippi River to Crest, Homeowners Prepare for Flooding
The Mississippi River is expected to crest near Cape Girardeau later this week and many small communities in Southeast Missouri are getting ready.
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License plate readers see few complaints
The cameras capture license plate numbers at high speeds so officers can immediately find out if a vehicle is stolen or is connected to a crime.
$100,000 Missouri Lottery Ticket Sold in Mehlville
A Missouri woman is $100,000 richer after buying a winning Missouri Lottery ticket from a Mehlville shop.
Mon May 06, 2013
Rising river again causing concern in SE Missouri
Heavy rain since late last week is causing the river to spike again. The National Weather Service is projecting a crest of 41.5 feet Wednesday in Cape Girardeau.
Sun May 05, 2013
City of Cape Girardeau offers new storytelling schedule
An Evening of Storytelling with Regina Carpenter and Jim May on Friday, May 17 marks a new chapter in storytelling events in Cape Girardeau.
Sat May 04, 2013
DESE attempts to drive the message, but drives away citizens/taxpayers instead
Last Thursday evening, taxpayers and parents, from around the state of Missouri, had the opportunity to hear directly from the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education on the implementation of Common Core State Standards in public schools that occurred in 2010.
Thu May 02, 2013
Give Your Built-in Speakers an Audio Boost
In a perfect world we'd be able to carve a hole in the wall or ceiling, shove in a speaker and call it good.
Wed May 01, 2013
Jasmine Robinson is transferring from Alabama to Southeast Missouri
Junior Jasmine Robinson has decided to transfer to Southeast Missouri. She will have to sit out one season and then will have one year of eligibility remaining at the Cape Girardeau, Missouri, school.
Give the gift of life this summer, give blood
Donors who present to give blood between May 23 and 31 in honor of Memorial Day could win one of five $1,000 American Express gift cards to create their own summer of stories.