The Cape Girardeau Police Department needs your help in finding 24-year old Santonio Omar Parker Jr of Cape Girardeau, in relation to a violent robbery that occurred during the late evening hours of Wednesday, August 21st outside of a residence in Cape Girardeau. Parker is currently wanted on an $100,000.00 cash only warrant for three […]
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The Internal Revenue Service and its Security Summit partners are warning you about a new IRS impersonation scam campaign spreading nationally on email. The IRS detected this new scam as taxpayers began notifying email@example.com about unsolicited emails from IRS imposters. The emails have links that show an IRS.gov-like website with details pretending to be about the taxpayer’s […]
Cape Girardeau Police Officers responded to a fatal motorcycle accident on South Kingshighway Wednesday evening. When they arrived, Officers discovered that a car was turning west from the southbound lanes of Kingshighway when it collided with a motorcycle that was travelling north in the northbound lanes. 50-year-old Nicholas Minor, of Millersville, was ejected from his […]
Two groups are suing Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft for his handling of an attempt to block new abortion regulations. Ryan Hart reports.
There is a video circulating on social media of a violent arrest made on Wednesday and Sikeston DPS would like to explain what led to this. A detective drove up on an obvious domestic disturbance at S. West and Ruth Streets. A man was seen carrying a child and a female that was chasing him. […]
Cape PD received several calls from residents Wednesday afternoon in the Park Street and Washington Park area reporting the sound of gun fire. One caller informed dispatchers that “someone got shot,” but they didn’t offer any further details. Officers quickly responded and located a car near West Lorimier with bullet holes. Officers then received a […]
The Department of Health and Senior Services says Missouri has had 414 Hepatitis A cases in 35 Missouri counties over a nearly two-year period. Alisa Nelson reports.
Authorities say a woman whose body was found in a submerged car in southeast Missouri had been reported missing more than four months ago. The Stoddard County coroner has identified the woman as 39-year-old Crystal Marie Brown-Hart, of Dexter. Missouri State Highway Patrol Sgt. Clark Parrott said that a fisherman came across a submerged vehicle […]