A Poplar Bluff man has plead guilty to distributing meth, possession of a gun by a felon, and using a gun in a drug crime. 37-year-old Lee Marvin Hamilton said he distributed 167 grams of meth to a confidential informant working for the SEMO Drug Task Force. Investigators found 376 more grams of the drug […]
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A Fredericktown home built around a hundred years ago caught fire yesterday. Farmington and Cherokee Fire Departments worked to put out the fire. The fire is believed to have started around 10 that morning. The building’s on the 300 block of South Wood Avenue.
An Endangered Person Advisory was both issued and cancelled by the Rolla Police Department in a couple of short hours this morning. 2-year-old Adrien Miller has been found safe. He went missing yesterday evening at 5:30. The child’s parent had lent a vehicle to a woman involved so she could go to the […]
A “teaser” collection on display in Jackson. KZIM KSIM’s Brandon Dickson explains.
The Southeast Missourian reports that a woman in Scott County has asked for an order of protection against a sheriff’s deputy. Judge Rob Barker has denied that request in a ruling yesterday. Sarah Valenzuela claims that Deputy Travis Keller has been staking her, while he has said he met with her about a drug investigation. […]
A nail manufacturer in Poplar Bluff, Mid Continent Nail, has had to lay off 60 of its total 500 employees. It’s possible that there may be up to 200 more layoffs. The manufacturer is one of the top three producers in the city. The company’s problems had been announced by Senator Claire McCaskill. Executive vice […]
Fraud is going around in Sikeston. It’s already hit two chain businesses. An unknown person claiming to be the company’s chief financial officer contacted the businesses. The scammer asks the employee buy money gift cards and give the numbers to them. After that they, tell the employee to destroy the cards. […]