Conflicting reports on bombing arrest, Woman now missing 34 years, Car crashes into Cape store

There are conflicting reports today about the arrest of a suspect in the Boston bombings.
There are conflicting reports today about the arrest of a suspect in the Boston bombings.
This woman was last seen at a Scott City gas station 34 years ago.
This woman was last seen at a Scott City gas station 34 years ago.
A car crashed into this store in Cape Girardeau today.
A car crashed into this store in Cape Girardeau today.

Inconsistent statements from sources within the Boston Marathon bombing investigation may have led to a premature announcement of an arrest.

The FBI confirms that an preliminary test of an envelope sent to President Barack Obama contained ricin. The news comes one day after a letter containing ricin was intercepted en route the office of Sen. Roger Wicker, R-MS. So what is ricin and how does it kill? We have the answer here.

A bipartisan effort to expand background checks faced almost certain defeat Wednesday as the Senate approached a long-awaited vote on the linchpin of the drive to curb gun violence.

Bob Reeves says a Severe Thunderstorm WATCH is in effect until 9 p.m. for parts of western Kentucky and southern Illinois.

A car crashed into the Save-A-Lot grocery store in Cape Girardeau today around noon.

A convicted sex offender accused of kidnapping two southeast Missouri girls pleaded guilty to three federal counts Wednesday in federal court.

Anheuser-Busch is introducing a new, bowtie-shaped beer can that mirrors its iconic Budweiser logo.

Reports say the Supreme Court has ruled that police must usually try to obtain a search warrant from a judge before ordering blood tests for drunken-driving suspects. Crystal Britt has the details at five.

Today marks the 34-year anniversary of the day Cheryl Anne Scherer vanished from a Scott City gas station. Holly Brantley talked to her family and investigators today about their new quest for clues.

A city council in a St. Louis County town is recommending that the town keep a controversial name as the name of a private street.

Reports say fees that banks and credit unions charge non-customers have soared 20 percent from 2007 to 2012.

A Cape Girardeau volleyball player has signed a college letter of intent and the Cardinals try to take on the Pirates in Pittsburgh after last night's rainout. Josh Frydman has the details in Heartland Sports.

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