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The president of Safe Harbor Animal Sanctuary in Jackson says she anticipates the shelter will resume normal operations after meeting certain requirements.

Missouri's Legislature held its last day in session one day after the House speaker resigned.

Holly Brantley says the FBI and the Cape Girardeau Police Department continue to investigate an alleged abduction. She tells us what police are zeroing in on.

A southeast Missouri man has been found guilty of killing his cousin.

East Prairie High School had five valedictorians graduate this year with an 11.0 GPA.

This year marks the first time the city of Cape Girardeau has participated in National Bike to Work Day on Friday.

More people are comfortable quitting their jobs. Allison Twaits explains.

 

Rae Daniel tells us how Disaster Blasters would help in the event of a major catastrophe.

"The Thrill is Gone." Legendary blues guitarist B.B. King has passed at 89. Nick Chabarria tells us more about when he played at SIUC.

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