President Biden has canceled the Keystone pipeline. Brent Martin examines the project’s history, which includes a Missouri tie.
Before leaving office last week, former President Donald Trump granted a partial pardon to a former U.S. Congressman from the state of California who lived in Missouri for many years. Alisa Nelson has more.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol’s Division of Drug and Crime Control arrested a Cape Girardeau man on Thursday for promoting and possession of child pornography. The arrest was the result of an investigation conducted by members of the Division of Drug and Crime Control’s Digital Forensics Investigative Unit and the Missouri Digital Forensic Center. On […]
On Friday, a formal warrant was issued for the suspect responsible for a stabbing at Cape LaCroix Trail. This suspect is identified as 35-year-old Joshua May, of Sikeston. May is being held at the Cape Girardeau Police Department on charges of armed criminal action and second degree assault. May’s bond has been set at $100,000.00 cash only surety. Around 5:30 p.m. […]
Cape Girardeau Fire Department responded a one story residential structure fire in the 600 block of Terry Lane on Saturday just before 3:30 a.m. All occupants were reported to be out of the building. The fire was located in the living room and kitchen area. Firefighters initiated an aggressive interior fire attack and quickly brought […]
Friday evening, Southern Seven Health Department reported 47 new cases of COVID-19 and 237 new recoveries in the region. Alexander County had 6 new cases, Hardin County had 2, Johnson County had 10, Massac County had 11, Pope County had 3, Pulaski County had 2, and Union County had 13. S7HD reported a total of […]
Friday evening, the Cape Girardeau County Public Health Center reported 11 new confirmed cases of COVID-19, 15 new probable cases, and 26 new recoveries. There are 7,074 confirmed cases and 1,603 probable cases. This brings the total to 8,677 cases with 7,392 recoveries, and 131 deaths in the county. Bollinger – 1,303 cases (1,150 confirmed, […]
People with chronic acid reflux may be more vulnerable to getting COVID-19 by swallowing the virus. Bill Wise has more.