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Woman stabbed, another woman arrested in Sikeston, MO
SIKESTON, MO (KFVS) -A Sikeston, Missouri woman has been arrested following a stabbing on Saturday, Sept. 15.Jasmine N. Stevenson, 28 of Sikeston, was charges with first-degree assault and armed criminal action. Her bond is set at $35,000.According to Sgt. Broom with the Sikeston Department of Publi
Murder conviction of Gaege Bethune thrown out by judge
Related articles:Days before murder sentencing, Gaege Bethune gets new attorneysJudge denies motion to withdraw attorney from Gaege Bethune’s councilFamily of murdered SIU student relieved to move forward with sentencingMother of Pravin Varughese speaks out after killer convictedJury finds Bethune g
Stoddard County, MO man sentenced to 18 years on Child Porn charges
STODDARD COUNTY, MO (KFVS) - The Stoddard County, Missouri U.S. Attorney’s office has announced the sentence of a Puxico, Mo. man on Sept. 17.
The 41st annual River Tales Classic Car Show revs up downtown Cape Girardeau
Roger Niswonger sits in the shade beside his 1950 Ford pickup Sunday during the 41st annual River Tales Classic Car Show in downtown Cape Girardeau.TYLER GRAEFOrder this photoWith $125 of pig-raising money, Larry Webb bought his first car at 17: a sky blue 1951 Ford Club Coupe.Six decades later, tho
Faulkner Center welcomes international scholars
Two international scholars will study at the Center for Faulkner Studies at Southeast Missouri State University for the 2018-2019 academic year, the university recently announced.Zhao Jing from the University of Jinan of the People's Republic of China and Rogerio Lobo Saber from the Federal Universi
Shipyard Music Festival to add 'children's area'
Cape Girardeau's daylong, family friendly Shipyard Music Festival will feature seven nationally touring bands, local food vendors and, as of this week, plans are in the works for a special area catering to children."We understand that 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. for a babysitter is a long day, when you couple
Queen City crowned best college town in Missouri
Springfield was recently named the best college town in Missouri byReviews.org. But is it? Here is what students and staff have to say:Reviews.orgis a review site that researches and tests products to provide unbiased reviews to consumers, according to Aaron Gunderson, marketing director forReviews.
Horses shot multiple times in Chaffee
Scott County Sheriff’s Office is investigating some horses that were shot on County Road 227 on Saturday, Sept. 15. (Source: Mike Mohundro, KFVS)
Missouri audit says domestic violence victims denied help at higher rate than nearby states - Missourinet
State Auditor Nicole Galloway has released a report finding domestic violence victims are being turned away from Missouri shelters at a higher rate than the five neighboring states that provided information to her office. The audit says in 2017, 28,182 requests were unmet for shelter and other servi
Several arrested during burglary investigation
MAYFIELD, KY (KFVS) - KSP arrest three people in connection to a burglary investigation on Sept. 15.According to KSP, an investigation had been ongoing since Sept. 6, 2018 of a burglary in Water Valley.During the investigation, KSP learned some firearm that were stolen were at a home in Hickman Coun
Magnitude 2.4 earthquake shakes in MO and TN
It was near Bessie, Union City and Dyersburg, Tennessee as well as Sikeston, Missouri.
Still Confusion Over When Missouri's Real ID Deadline Is
Confusion continues about how long Missourians will be able to fly with current state ID’s.A report from Missourinet says Missouri’s Revenue Department has acknowledged that its deadline to comply with the federal Real ID Act is October 10th but says there is a grace period through January 21st.Kent
CBS Poll: Missouri, Montana Senate races in dead heats
The Cook Political Report, a nonpartisan handicapper, rates the Missouri race as a "toss-up" and the Montana race as "likely Democrat." FiveThirtyEight, meanwhile, gives Tester about an 88 percent chance to win his race and McCaskill about a 71 percent chance to win hers.
Illinois IDs don’t comply with federal laws. You can still board a plane
© Provided by Local News RSS EN-USLICENSE-03XX17-01.jpgSPRINGFIELD, Ill. — Officials say people will be able to board airplanes using current Illinois driver’s licenses and ID cards even though the state won’t be in full compliance with the federal Real ID law by next month’s deadline.TheState Journ
Judge disqualifies three Scott Co. prosecutors from case for violation
A judge has disqualified three prosecutors in a Scott County murder case after they violated a 2016 court order regarding neurological testing of the defendant.Judge Michael Pritchett issued the order last month in Butler County Circuit Court in the case of defendant and Sikeston, Missouri, resident
Man charged after March pursuit
An area man is being charged with several felonies after he reportedly fled from police, attempted to run officers off the road and damaged a patrol car.Gregory Whaley, 49, of Park Hills, is charged in St. Francois County with a class A felony of assault in the first degree, a class E felony of resi
Sikeston man charged with rape of juvenile
An investigation lead to the arrest of 40-year-old Billy Tillman of Sikeston. He was charged with three counts of 1st degree rape, three counts of statutory sodomy, and three counts of statutory rape.
In response to canceled Trump rally protest, ticket purchases
Recently I sent an email to the members of Cape Girardeau County Democrats, and it was released to conservative news media, generating a storm of emotions. I suggested that anyone interested could protest the now-canceled Trump rally by getting, but not using, tickets. There has been much negative p
Sikeston Police seeking two homicide suspects
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO (KFVS) - Sikeston DPS is asking for help locating two suspects in connection to an Aug. 23, 2018 homicide case.
Manafort pleads guilty in Mueller probe, will cooperate with prosecutors
Paul Manafort, with his lawyer Richard Westling, pleads guilty before judge Amy Berman Jackson.Art Lien