Prison employees sound off, Small MO boy treated for mace exposure, KY deadly crash

A small southeast Mo. boy was treated for mace exposure.
A small southeast Mo. boy was treated for mace exposure.
Kentucky State Police arrested a suspect in the slaying of a western Kentucky woman who was killed with a high-powered rifle.
State lawmakers and prison workers are sounding off about Illinois prison closures. Carly O'Keefe got reaction today from prison employees and southern Ill. lawmakers.
US 62 at the intersection with Mayfield Metropolis Road was closed until shortly after 12:30 p.m. after a deadly crash.
Two Puxico men are under arrest and a small boy was treated for exposure to mace after a confrontation with a police officer in Stoddard County.
The Marion Police Department is investigating a "bogus" website that specifically targets people who are currently receiving unemployment benefits and looking to extend their benefits.
The Southeast Missouri State University Board of Regents is considering approving the operating budget for the new fiscal year. We'll update you on this story tonight at five.
Southeast showed off some of the recent renovations of Academic Hall to Todd Tumminia on Wednesday.
Those wishing to attend Three Rivers Community College this fall will be expected to have a high school diploma or GED.
A Texas father who killed a man who allegedly had molested his five-year-old daughter will not face charges.
The Louisville coroner has ruled the death of an 8-month-old child left for hours in a hot vehicle was an accident after his father forgot to drop him off at day care.
Holly Brantley will tell us how progress is going on getting homeless southeast Mo. vets permanent  homes.
Todd Richards will have news of a former Redhawk heading to the 2012 Summer Olympic trials.
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