Amber Ruch, KFVS News

Amber Ruch

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Recent articles by Amber:

Eldorado teen dies, 2 other teens injured in head-on crash on Rte. 13

According to Illinois State Police, for unknown reasons, the driver of the Chevrolet S-10 crossed the center line and hit the Ford F-150 head-on. → Read More

LIHEAP recipients in Ill. to receive $200

According to a release from Governor JB Pritzker’s Office, the money will support those most in need due to rising costs. → Read More

Cape Girardeau Co. farm celebrates birth of quintuplet lambs

A southeast Missouri farm is celebrating a rare birth. → Read More

Memorial Day 2022 events in the Heartland

Communities throughout the Heartland will be honoring those who died while serving in the U.S. military. → Read More

Groundbreaking held for new hotel at Century Casino in Cape Girardeau

The 68,000-square-foot hotel will stand six stories tall and have 69 rooms. → Read More

City of Cape Girardeau to receive 2nd half of American Rescue Plan funds

According to the city, it will receive $4,140,336.50 in Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds from the United States Department of Treasury. → Read More

Stamp featuring southeast Mo. photographer’s work now on sale

Released on Monday, May 23, you can buy the Forever Stamps in a sheet of 10 for $5.80. → Read More

Pedestrian hit by train north of Carbondale

Route 13 was temporarily closed in downtown Carbondale due to a stopped train. → Read More

Fishing event, fish fry held for southeast Mo. veterans

According to a release from the VA, the events haven’t been held the last two years due to COVID-19. → Read More

City of Carbondale asks residents to take online survey regarding gun violence

The city of Carbondale is asking residents to take an online survey regarding gun violence. → Read More

Drivers urged to use caution during 100-Mile Yard Sale this weekend

The Missouri Department of Transportation is urging drivers to use caution on Route 25 over Memorial Day weekend during the 100-Mile Yard Sale. → Read More

Southeast Mo. State to outsource custodial services

During its meeting on May 20, the Board of Governors approved moving forward with the process to outsource, resulting in a cost savings of more than $400,000 annually. → Read More

18 southeast Mo. McDonald’s locations under new ownership

Eighteen McDonald’s locations in southeast Missouri are under new ownership. → Read More

Dippin’ Dots bought by J&J Snack Foods

Dippin’ Dots was recently bought by another snack manufacturing company. → Read More

Stoddard Co. man sentenced to 5 consecutive life sentences as predatory sexual offender, eligible for parole in 150 years

The jury also found him to be a “predatory sexual offender” due to a prior offense that was never prosecuted. → Read More

Stoddard Co. man sentenced to 5 consecutive life sentences as predatory sexual offender, eligible for parole in 150 years

The jury also found him to be a “predatory sexual offender” due to a prior offense that was never prosecuted. → Read More

Metropolis man accused of spilling coffee, throwing biscuit over wrong order

Police say the man was reportedly upset over an order being “screwed up.” → Read More

Exclusive poll shows who Missourians would vote for in 2024 Trump vs. Biden rematch

Missourians would vote for Donald Trump over Joe Biden if a Presidential election was held today, according to an exclusive poll. → Read More

Memorial Day program returns to Mound City National Cemetery

The program will include the placement of wreaths, flags lowering, the reading of the Eleventh General Order and more. → Read More

Memorial Day program returns to Mound City National Cemetery

The program will include the placement of wreaths, flags lowering, the reading of the Eleventh General Order and more. → Read More