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"Your clients should know that I intend to bring the facts of this case to CPD administration for action," a city attorney wrote the men's... [Read More]
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The items are valued at $125... [Read More]
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The increase in foster care entries related to parental drug use was most prominent in the last five years studied, 2012 to 2017, when there... [Read More]
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Your news and weather for 7/16... [Read More]
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An Amber Alert has been issued for a 4-month-old girl who was abducted from a day care facility Monday in Bladen County. [Read More]
Some migrants will have trouble claiming asylum due to a new rule from the Trump White House. [Read More]
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He was honored for his work by Mayor Bob Fox. [Read More]
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As the first signs of relief from flooding show up in East Cape Girardeau more rain from what is left of Tropical Depression Barry could... [Read More]
Look ahead for what to expect on Tuesday, July 16. [Read More]
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Police say the fake cash and checks were seized, along with drug paraphernalia. [Read More]
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In Union County, the floodwaters are having a reaching effect on a business near Route 3. [Read More]
Tropical Depression Barry brings more rain into already flooded communities. [Read More]
Fines for poaching in Missouri were raised recently with a bill signed by Governor Mike Parson. [Read More]
City of Jackson approves 500-foot buffer zone ordinance for medical marijuana industry. [Read More]
The Cape Girardeau city council passed a buffer zone ordinance for medical marijuana dispensaries. [Read More]
Businesses in surrounding counties are also feeling the effects of major flooding in Alexander County, Ill. [Read More]
A Christopher, Ill. man was arrested after police say they found $34,000 in counterfeit money. [Read More]
Heartland Sports at 10 p.m. on 7/15. [Read More]
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County emergency management offices have been asked to submit all damage assessment information to the State of Illinois by close of business on July 22. [Read More]
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The new fines will go into effect on August 28. [Read More]
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