You’ll notice extra Missouri state troopers on the highways during this Memorial Day weekend. Every available trooper will be on the road enforcing traffic laws and helping motorists. Missouri State Highway Patrol Lieutenant Paul Reinsch says the Patrol is participating in Operation C-A-R-E, which stands for Crash Awareness Reduction Effort: Troopers have been […]
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Pesticide Stewardship Awareness Week ends today. KZIM KSIM’s Brandon Dickson has details.
A top official at Missouri’s Public Safety Department had a potential conflict of interest when the agency awarded a $2.7 million grant to an organization where he once served on the board of directors. KZIM KSIM’s Brandon Dickson reports.
A woman in Pope County died in a fall at Burden Falls Wilderness yesterday. The 55-year-old woman fell about 30 feet after she lost her footing. She died at the scene. Her name is not available at the moment. She was with others when she fell near to 12:45 in the afternoon.
There was a robbery in a Casey’s General Store in Portageville last night. It happened in the 10 o’clock hour. Shots were fired inside of the store. It’s reported that the suspect, who was described as a black man wearing a ski mask, ran from the scene. The State Highway patrol and other agencies were […]
Poplar Bluff police are looking for a registered sex offender. 50 year old Thomas Eskridge has been reported as a non-compliant sex offender by the highway patrol. He’s changed address without making a report about his new location. If you have any information, you’re asked to contact Poplar Bluff police at 573-686-8649.
A business on County Road 618 in Cape Girardeau caught fire yesterday morning. Police say when they arrived most the business was burning up. There’s no known cause at the moment about what may have caused the closed to business to catch fire. The owner had been working to sell the building. […]
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Republican-led Missouri Legislature agreed Thursday to move up a public vote on whether to ban mandatory union fees, a change that could impact Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill’s re-election bid. The proposal, approved by the House 96-47, reschedules the vote on right-to-work from the November midterms to Aug. 7. The […]