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Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt says investigators with his office who reviewed the case found "there is not enough evidence to prove first or second degree murder charges in this case." The release also says other charges cannot be filed because the statute of limitations has expired.
During the 2019-2020 flu season, about 400,000 people went to the hospital for the flu. With about two months remaining in the 2020-2021 season, the CDC is reporting only 173 flu related hospital stays.
Fire crews responded to and contained a two-alarm fire at a tattoo shop and apartment building in Cape Girardeau over the weekend.
In an email announcing the postponement, SoutheastHEALTH says it wants to assure the public that COVID-19 vaccines will be given as soon as possible.
Kentucky Transportation Secretary Jim Gray said all transportation districts in the state have crews plowing snow Monday. "Don't travel if at can be avoided," Gray advised during a news briefing.
KYTC Secretary Jim Gray has signed an official order temporarily suspending certain restrictions on motor carriers engaged in restoring power and delivering fuel and other relief services to areas hit by this weeks winter weather.
The public health center says the clinic was by appointment only, and personnel have contacted those who had appointments to let them know about the change.
A former Poplar Bluff police officer has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for producing child pornography.
As the debate rages over when it's safe for children to resume in-person classes, 26 states plus Washington, DC, are allowing some or all of their teachers and school staff to receive COVID-19 vaccines.
Three people were injured after falling on ice while watching fire fighters contain a house fire in Cape Girardeau Sunday evening.
A consulting firm is helping Missouri identify “vaccine deserts” to try and make the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines as equitable as possible, and attention now is focused on addressing areas within the two largest cities.
Born in Knoxville, Tennessee, and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, Giovanni has written more than two dozen books, including volumes of poetry, three collections of essays and 11 illustrated children’s books. Her children's books include the award-winning Rosa Parks biography "Rosa."
Tuesday evening, the Gape Girardeau/Bollinger County Major Case Squad announced abandonment of a corpse charges against 62-year-old Janice M. Leimbach of Cape Girardeau and 22-year-old Matthew S. Morris of Gideon, Missouri.
The 20-count indictment unsealed Monday also accuses 63-year-old Rep. Tricia Derges, a Republican from Nixa, Missouri, of illegally providing prescription drugs to clients and making false statements to federal agents investigating the case.
At least four more lawmakers told The Associated Press on Friday that they had contracted COVID-19 since the session began on Jan. 6. That's in addition to three others previously reported.
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson announced the Missouri National Guard will begin helping the Department of Health and Senior Services and other state partners in making COVID-19 vaccination sites across the state.
Lisa Montgomery, 52, was scheduled to die by lethal injection on Tuesday, January 12 at the Federal Correctional Complex in Terre Haute, Indiana.
Gov. Michael L. Parson was sworn in to a full term as 57th Governor of the state of Missouri at the 2021 Bicentennial Inauguration on Monday, Jan. 11.
Here's a look at which members of the House and Senate voted to overturn presidential election results.
The retailer's decision to close the 45 stores is part of a plan the company announced in February to shutter 125 locations by 2023.
The Dorena-Hickman Ferry connects Kentucky 1354 at Hickman with Missouri Route A and Route 77 near Dorena at navigation mile point 922. It's the only direct route between Kentucky and Missouri.