Current boil water orders in the Heartland

Boil orders for the Heartland

Firefighters train at Cape Girardeau Airport for aircraft fires

Cape Girardeau Firefighters, along with firefighters with Scott City and Gordonville, had their Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighter (ARFF) live training at the Cape Girardeau Municipal Airport on Wednesday, Sept. 5 through the University of Missouri Training Institute.

September is Hunger Action Month

This September, the Southeast Missouri Food Bank, together with the Feeding America nationwide network of food banks, will mobilize across all 50 states in an effort to bring an end to hunger.

Marshall County High honored with 911 Hero Award

The award shows the student body showed bravery during and after an emergency.

Kevil, KY man accused of drunkenly pointing gun at taxi driver

A Kevil Kentucky man is accused of pointing a gun at a taxi driver.

Paducah police warning residents of internet scams

Police in Paducah Kentucky are reminding residents not to send money in any form or provide any personal information over the phone or on the internet without thoroughly checking out the recipient.

Registration open for 5K run/walk to benefit service heroes

The inaugural Tunnel to Towers 5K Run/Walk in Cape Girardeau Missouri will be on Saturday September 8 at 7:30 a.m.

Man charged with 2017 Paducah break-in

A man has been charged with a 2017 break-in.

Man ran over by semi in Hickman Co., KY

A man was killed while working on a semi in Hickman County on Thursday Aug. 30.

Carbondale mayor recovering from knee replacement surgery

Carbondale Mayor John “Mike” Henry will be out of office for three weeks after a knee replacement surgery.

Paducah woman arrested for abuse of 7-month-old child

A Paducah woman is accused of infant child abuse.

Construction in Missouri to be put on pause for Labor Day weekend

Missouri Department of Transportation will stop the majority of construction on state routes on Friday Aug. 31.

$20K given to the City of Hayti for new police vehicle

Senator Claire McCaskill announced that $20300 in federal funding has been awarded to the City of Hayti for a new police vehicle.

Rauner’s new medical marijuana law aimed to fight nation’s opioid addiction

New law will help in the fight against opioid abuse.

Suspect in Cape Girardeau Hardee’s shooting appears in court

The suspect in a deadly shooting at the Hardee's in Cape Girardeau appeared in court.

Harrisburg, IL woman enters not guilty plea in animal shelter dispute

According to the sheriff's office, a Harrisburg, Illinois woman is facing charges after allegedly hitting employees at a southern Illinois animal shelter.

Craft cards classes coming to RLC

Join instructor Carol Payne in one of Rend Lake College's Handmade Cards classes this spring to learn advanced techniques to create a unique gift.