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Recent articles by Amber:

Last chance to apply for Mo. Dept. of Conservation’s 1st elk hunts

The department will issue five permits for hunting bull elk with four being general permits for the public and one permit reserved for qualifying landowners. → Read More

Beef ‘O’ Brady’s in Cape Girardeau to close

The business shared an announcement about the closure on Facebook on Wednesday. → Read More

Highway 177 in Cape Girardeau Co. blocked after 2-vehicle crash

Highway 177 is blocked after a two-vehicle crash on Wednesday afternoon, May 27. → Read More

Free COVID-19 testing in Pemiscot County, Mo.

The tests are for Pemiscot County residents 18 and older. You do not have to have symptoms. → Read More

Ford heats up police SUVs to 133 degrees to kill COVID-19

Ford has unveiled a new tool to help neutralize COVID-19 and other germs inside police vehicles. → Read More

LIVE: Ill. Gov. Pritzker’s daily COVID-19 briefing

The recovery rate from COVID-19 is at 92 percent in Illinois. → Read More

Construction to begin on old courthouse to turn it into Cape Girardeau City Hall

County workers are expected to start moving their stuff out of the building before the end of May. → Read More

National Park Service looking for information to help find missing Mo. woman

Brittany K. Gorman, 29, from Mountain View, Mo., was last seen at a home west of Mountain View around 3-4 p.m. on Wednesday, May 20. → Read More

Parts of Jackson, Mo. without water after main break; precautionary boil water order in effect

According to the city, a water main was damaged on East Jackson Blvd. around 10:30 a.m. → Read More

Crayola launches ‘Colors of the World’ crayons to include more skin tones

Crayola has launched a new product aimed at cultivating a more inclusive world for children. → Read More

Cape Girardeau Co. Public Health Center releases results from antibody study; reports 1 new COVID-19 positive case

Out of a total of 1,845 actual participants, those who showed up for testing, 16 were positive for antibodies and 1,829 were negative. → Read More

LIVE: Ill. Gov. Pritzker’s daily COVID-19 briefing

Currently, 100,418 Illinoisans have tested positive for COVID-19, including 4,525 deaths. → Read More

3rd COVID-19 patient death reported after Dexter, Mo. nursing home outbreak

A third person has died after a COVID-19 outbreak at a nursing home. → Read More

Saint Louis Zoo to reopen June 13; guests must wear masks, make reservations

It will be open seven days a week. → Read More

Last day for Mo. voters to request absentee ballots for June 2 election

The COVID-19 pandemic is the first time Missourians can make their absentee request 100 percent online. → Read More

2nd COVID-19 patient at Dexter, Mo. nursing home dies

The health center reports a total of 65 positive COVID-19 cases in Stoddard County, of which 35 are active. → Read More

Plane lands on highway near Kansas City, Mo.

MoDOT said police told them the pilot was forced to make an emergency landing. They had not heard of any injuries. → Read More

Mother’s Day church service exposed more than 180 people to coronavirus in California

The infected person who attended tested positive for the virus the following day. The church’s pastor says the person in question did not have symptoms during the service. → Read More

Southern Expressway east of Kingshighway in Cape Girardeau closed due to fuel spill

According to Cape Girardeau police, a large amount of diesel fuel spilled on the road from a commercial tanker. → Read More

Paducah police looking for missing 10-year-old boy

They say Daryl R. Young, Jr. left his home around 2 p.m. on Monday, May 18. → Read More