State health officials say medical marijuana will soon be available to Missouri patients. Brent Palm reports.
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Authorities in Union County, Illinois, are looking for a man who is wanted on multiple charges related to child pornography and solicitation of a minor. Dmitriy Seleznev is wanted on a $500,000 bond and has been charged with five counts of child pornography, two counts of indecent solicitation of a child, two counts of traveling […]
The Southeast Missourian reports that one person is in custody after a rifle was fired early yesterday evening during a dispute in Cape Girardeau. Officers were dispatched at 6:15 p.m. to a building behind the 400 block of South Kingshighway for a report of shots fired. They located a suspect on scene who had fired […]
This weekend, the Cape Girardeau County Public Health Center confirmed 3 new COVID-19 related deaths in the county. They have also reported 157 new confirmed cases and 61 new recoveries. There are 1,782 confirmed cases and 85 probable cases. This brings the total to 1,867 cases with 1,305 recoveries, and 26 deaths in the county. […]
Friday afternoon, Southern Seven Health Department reported 60 new cases of COVID19 in the region. Alexander and Massac Counties each have 2 new cases, Hardin County has 1, Johnson County has 43, Pulaski County has 7, and Union County has 5. There are 10 new recoveries. S7HD reported a total of 1,118 cases, 795 recoveries, […]
The Cape Girardeau Fire Department responded to a fire inside a three-story residential structure on N. Pacific St. Saturday morning. Firefighters received the call around 9:10 a.m. and arrived to find a small couch on fire inside the first floor of the structure. The fire was extinguished with minimal damage and is considered accidental. No […]
Attorney General Eric Schmitt, Coalition of Attorneys General Announce $60 Million Multistate Settlement with Surgical Mesh Maker C.R. Bard
Attorney General Eric Schmitt, along with a coalition of state attorneys general, announced a settlement by 48 states and the District of Columbia with C.R. Bard, Inc. and its parent company Becton, Dickinson and Company requiring payment of $60 million for the deceptive marketing of transvaginal surgical mesh devices. The State of Missouri will receive […]
State health officials say Missouri’s COVID-19 hotline will reduce its hours, starting in October. Brian Hauswirth reports.