Yesterday evening, the Cape Girardeau County Public Health Center reported 18 new confirmed and 2 new probable cases of COVID19 in the county. There are 294 confirmed cases and 42 probable cases. There were 8 new recoveries. This brings the total to 336 cases with 160 recoveries, and 3 deaths in the county. 90 of […]
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A pedestrian was hit and killed by a traveling vehicle in Butler County on Sunday. 61-year-old Donna Fee, of Fruitland, was travelling on Eastbound US 60, east of Poplar Bluff, where 24-year-old Alexander King, of St. James, was struck while entering the roadway. King was pronounced dead at the scene of the incident.
American and state flags at every Missouri firehouse will be flown at half-staff today to honor a firefighter from DeSoto who died in the line of duty, two days after battling a structure fire. The governor has also ordered flags to be flown at half-staff today at all government buildings in Jefferson County, to honor […]
Yesterday afternoon, Southern Seven Health Department reported 2 new cases of COVID-19. One is in Johnson County and one is in Pulaski County. There were 2 new recovered case. One was in Massac County and one was in Union County. S7HD reported a total of 331 cases, 225 recoveries, and 18 deaths in the region. […]
Yesterday evening, the Cape Girardeau County Public Health Center reported 18 new confirmed cases and 3 new probable cases of COVID19 in the county. There are 276 confirmed cases and 40 probable cases. There were 3 new recoveries. This brings the total to 316 cases with 152 recoveries, and 3 deaths in the county. 85 […]
The US Supreme Court ruled yesterday that the Electoral College voters must stand for the will of their state. In the past, that has not always happened. Ashley Byrd reports.
Felony charges have been filed against 27-year-old Cedric Moore Jr. of Cape Girardeau for allegedly punching a 12-year-old dancer in the head Friday night. He was charged with first-degree endangering the welfare of a child and second-degree assault. His bond is set at $50,000 cash only. After identifying Moore in the video of the attack […]
MSHP Reports Five Traffic Fatalities, Zero Boating Fatalities, & One Drowning Over July Fourth Holiday Counting Period
Over the July 4th holiday weekend, Missouri State Highway Patrol Troopers worked 294 traffic crashes, which included 107 injuries and five fatalities. Troopers also made 139 DWI and 126 drug arrests. Traffic fatalities occurred in the Troop A, Lee’s Summit, Troop C, Weldon Spring, Troop E, Poplar Bluff, and Troop F, Jefferson City, areas. Troopers […]