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Past articles by Miya:

Cape Girardeau police investigating business damaged by shooting

The shooting happened at 101 William Street on Saturday, Jan. 15, at about 10:45 p.m. → Read More

Arkansas man arrested after shooting woman inside her home in Steele, Mo.

The shooting happened on Robins Drive on Thursday, Jan. 13. → Read More

Drive-thru COVID-19 rapid testing site open in Sikeston, Mo.

The testing site will be located at First Christian Church, next to the hospital. → Read More

Gov. Beshear orders flags lowered to half-staff in honor of Sen. Harry Reid

Flags at all state offices will be lowered by midnight Wednesday, Jan.12 until sunset Thursday, Jan. 13. → Read More

Van Buren awarded $981k for new regional sewer project

The sewer connection project is expected to be completed by April 2022. → Read More

First Alert: Freezing showers could cause slick travel

Rain will increase late today into tonight as a cold front approaches. → Read More

First Alert: Cloudy and cool with highs in the 40s

A major forecast challenge will be stubborn with low clouds moving through from north to south this morning. → Read More

First Alert: Chilly and cloudy with rain moving out

We’ve had 1 to 3 or more inches of rain, but the forecast for the next week is very dry. → Read More

Residents asked to conserve energy as WKREC repairs tornado damage

There are still 30,00 customers without power at this time. → Read More

Packages shipping from FedEx could have potential delays due to storms

Package deliveries could have potential delays, especially packages that were supposed to be delivered Saturday, December 11. → Read More

Hickman Co. highways blocked by storm damage, propane leak

According to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, they advise everyone to refrain from driving in areas with storm damage. → Read More

Winners announced for MoDOT Southeast Dist.’s 18th annual Bridge Building Competition

The competition was held virtually on Thursday, December 9. → Read More

Mo. Gov. Parson recommends wage increase for all state employees

January 1, 2022 is when state employees will receive a two percent COLA increase. → Read More

Barges broke loose at Cape Girardeau Mississippi River

Two assisted vessels ran aground on mile marker 53 on the upper Mississippi River, just almost downtown the Cape Girardeau area. → Read More

First Alert: cold with showers and a few thunderstorms

The window for severe storms will be between about 7 p.m. and 1 a.m. → Read More

First Alert: sunny and cloudy with breeze

Skies look to range from mostly sunny north to mostly cloudy south today, but the entire region should stay dry. → Read More

Saint Louis Zoo big cats healing from COVID-19

The eight big cats at the Saint Louis that tested positive for COVID-19 have recovered. → Read More

Shooting in Poplar Bluff, Mo.

Near Munch N Pump at 505 Sycamore St. around 6:55 p.m. → Read More

Robbery in Cape Town Plaza

Officers were called to 2100 block of William Street at 12:30 p.m. about shots being fired. → Read More

Cape Girardeau urban hunt ends with 13 deer harvested

The first managed deer hunt in Cape Girardeau ended on Sunday, December 5 with a total of 13 deer harvested. → Read More