Wednesday Aug 13
New Madrid: the Earthquakes of 1811-1812
Beginning in 1811 and lasting through part of 1812, one of North America's strongest earthquake sequences struck the western frontier of the United States.
New farm bill programs provide producers many new options
FAPRI's ABNER WOMACK, left, visits with SCGA president Riley James of the A.C. Riley Cotton Company in New Madrid, Mo.
Former SEMO health network CEO sentenced for conspiracy
Cheryl Ann White, former CEO of Southeast Missouri Health Network Inc., was sentenced to 33 months in prison on a conspiracy charge.
Cairo teen denies being kidnapped by boyfriend
A Cairo teenager that police and family members initially thought was kidnapped is safe.
Earthquake Maps Reveal Higher Risks for Much of U.S.
The 5.8 magnitude earthquake that struck Virginia on August 24, 2011, damaged monuments like Washington, D.C.'s National Cathedral.