The Missouri Department of Conservation is encouraging motorists to give turtles crossing the road a brake. KZIM’s Brandon Dickson has more.
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A shooting was reported yesterday evening around 6:30. Police crews in Sikeston responded to the 800 block of Wayne Street, and the victim was found on the Mary Street. It was originally reported the man had been shot twice. The man is 39-years-old. Multiple units had responded to the scene. He was in stable condition […]
A man taken into custody Monday over a Scott County shooting is now facing charges. Sikeston native Dylan Nobles was arrested in connection to the shooting of Matthew Williams early Monday morning. Nobles is now charged with first degree assault, unlawful use of a weapon, armed criminal action, robbery, stealing and tampering with […]
The work of two Southeast Missouri State University TV and film students was featured on the investigative news program 20/20 on ABC. Branson Cusack and Spencer McGruder said getting the opportunity to have they had not had their work featured on a national broadcast level before, but producing for the news program was a similar […]
Detectives with the Jackson Police Department opened an investigation into the possible sexual assault of a child in March. Investigators found that the suspect had left his home, but Monday, police found the man. A ranger at the Trail of Tears State Park discovered 56-year old John E. Miller of Jackson. He was […]
Yesterday, the Prospect League hosted a press conference where they unveiled the possible names and logos for Cape Girardeau’s new collegiate baseball team. General manager Mark Hogan said there may be quite a range of players making up the team, describing the event yesterday. He said the team was expected to begin playing […]
A blast from the past this weekend. KZIM’s Brandon Dickson reports.