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ASP: One killed in Clay County crash
The person, who is listed as a minor in the summary, was going south on Clay County Road 181 in a 2001 Ford F-150 pickup truck. The vehicle failed to negotiate a curve and rolled over, the report noted.
Scott County Sheriff Wes Drury responds to issue surrounding deputy
Scott County Sheriff Wes Drury posted a fierce rebuttal online late Friday afternoon to a Southeast Missourian story about a deputy accused of stalking a woman. He accused the newspaper of several inaccuracies and accused the woman of grossly exaggerating the frequency of the times the deputy passed
Two Sikeston, MO businesses hit by fraud
SIKESTON, MO — The Sikeston Department of Public Safety is urging businesses to be on the lookout for fraud.Recently, two chain businesses in Sikeston have fallen victim to fraud.The businesses were contacted by a person claiming to be their company’s chief financial officer.The person asked the emp
Loyal Dog Stays by Side of Little Girl Lost in Cornfield for 12 Hours
A three-year-girl went missing for 12 hours in Qulin, Missouri last week. After finding her, the family learned that the pint-sized butloyal familydog watched over her the entire time.
Missing Toddler Is Found In Cornfield - Rescuers Are Stunned To See Who's With Her...
On June 14, a mother in Qulin, Missouri lived every parent’s worst nightmare when her 3 year-off daughter went missing.Little Remy Merritt disappeared from her rural home at approximately 8:30pm last Thursday.Advertisement“I looked for her by myself thinking maybe she was just in the woods or somewh
Poplar Bluff nail manufacturer gets hammered by new tariffs on steel
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- A Poplar Bluff, Missouri nail manufacturer could be out of business by Labor Day according to testimony Wednesday during a Senate finance hearing in which Republicans and Democrats cited concerns with tariffs placed on imported steel and aluminum products.Mid Continent Nail laid
First Legacy Ride for scholarships in Southeast Mo
SOUTHEAST MISSOURI (KFVS) -The American Legion is putting on a Legacy Ride for June 22.This is the first Legacy Ride the Southeast, Missouri area. Event organizers are expecting hundreds of motorcyclists to participate.Download the KFVS News app:iPhone|AndroidThe goal is to raise money for scholarsh
From nails to soybeans, Missouri is feeling the effect of tariffs
In Poplar Bluff, Mo., Mid Continent Nail has laid off 60 workers and expects to cut more if it doesn’t get relief from Trump’s steel tariffs.
Culture & Entertainment Notebook: Chaffee rocker takes genre to 'a whole new level'
KASSI JACKSON ~ email@example.comBrian Dalton is photographed at Capaha Park Thursday, June 21, 2018 in Cape Girardeau.Brian Dalton, 32, received his first guitar for Christmas at the age of 13 and has been hooked on riffs ever since.Dalton of Chaffee, Missouri, said he has been fascinated b
Kennett Police: Caruthersville, MO woman leaves children in vehicle, arrested
They found the vehicle running in the parking lot with three children, ages 1, 4, and 7, inside. Officers said they found the children's mother inside the store. She had been inside for several minutes.
Dog waits with missing 3-year-old in cornfield overnight until help arrives
Remy Elliott, 3, disappeared on Thursday near her home in Qulin, Missouri,CBS affiliate KFVS-TV reports.Police officers and volunteers searched the cornfield near the girl's home for nearly 12 hours and when they finally found her Friday morning, they found her Yorkshire terrier, Fat Heath, waiting
Judge denies order of protection for woman accusing deputy of stalking her
BENTON, Missouri -- A Scott County judge denied a woman's request Thursday for an order of protection against a sheriff's deputy she said had been stalking her.Judge Rob Barker, a former law enforcement officer in Southeast Missouri, issued the ruling Thursday afternoon, hours after hearing from the
Out of the past: June 22
Voters in the Cape Girardeau likely will have an opportunity Nov. 2 to reconsider riverboat gambling; at yesterday's City Council meeting, proponents of the measure presented petitions with the signatures of 3,720 residents requesting the measure be placed on the November ballot.
Black River Medical informs patients of potential data breach
"At this time there is no evidence that patient information was actually accessed or viewed, or any indication that anyone's information was actually misused, Black River Medical Center has taken steps to notify any patients who may have been affected in this incident by sending them letters," accor
Walmart to close after 40 years
It’s a sad day in Corning as the Courier and Corning officials were notified Wednesday morning, June 20, in a call from Anne Hatfield, Walmart Director of Communications of Walmart’s decision to close the Corning store. The Corning store opened in 1978.
Delta updates support animal policy
"The safety and security of Delta people and our customers is always our top priority," said Gil West, Chief Operating Officer. "We will always review and enhance our policies and procedures to ensure that Delta remains a leader in safety."
HUD is failing to protect children from lead paint poisoning, audits find
A child at the Elmwood housing development, a 1940s era complex in Cairo, Illinois, where the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development alleges the local housing authority failed to monitor and mitigate lead hazards.
Delta bans pit bulls as service dogs due to safety concerns
Delta describes them differently, as "Bull type dogs," on itsonline listof prohibited animals, which includes reptiles, spiders and goats, among others.
Cape Girardeau fire report 6-21-18
* Medical assists were made at 12:01 a.m. on Big Bend Road, 7:12 a.m. on South West End Boulevard, 11:23 a.m. on Broadway, 11:58 a.m. on Themis Street, 1:22 p.m. on North Frederick Street, 2:54 p.m. on North West End Boulevard, 3:52 p.m. on Bellevue Street, 4:08 p.m. on North Park Avenue, 4:30 p.m.
Loyal dog stayed with missing girl overnight in cornfield until rescuers arrived - Evening Express
This is what#Communitylooks like. Law enforcement, 1st Responders and community volunteers coming together to find a missing child. Her dog stayed by her side all night.#StrongerTogetherpic.twitter.com/aIDMtG6JTW— MSHP Troop E (@MSHPTrooperE)June 15, 2018