Egyptian Health Dept. reports 4 more COVID-19 cases

The Egyptian Health Department reported four more COVID-19 cases on Sunday, May 16.

Virus testing strategies, opinions vary widely in US schools

Education and health officials around the country have taken different approaches to testing students and staff members.
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Granholm: Normal service at gas pump likely by late Sunday

The shutdown of the Colonial Pipeline has caused shortages at the pumps throughout the South and emptied stations in the Washington, D.C., area.


  1 person killed during 3-vehicle crash in Carbondale

  Perryville Airport flies in aircrafts for fun event

Water main break under Bertling St. in Cape Girardeau

Bi-County Health Department reports 7 new COVID-19 cases

Massac Church Rd blocked by fallen tree in McCracken Co.

Massac Church Rd. in Graves County is currently closed due to a fallen tree blocking the road.
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CDC: Schools should require masks until end of school year

The recommendation to continue COVID-19 prevention strategies like the use of face masks and social distancing is aimed at providing safe in-person instruction.

Crash causes gas leak in Graves Co., KY 339 W back open

  First Alert: Clear skies, cooler temps tonight

  Single engine plane makes emergency landing near Pinkneyville

Fully vaccinated fans don’t need to wear a mask at Busch Stadium

Missouri lawmakers pass high-profile gun bill on last day

Cape Splash opens May 29

  ‘This is Our Shot’ campaign officially kicks off in Pinckneyville

S7HD to host electronic recycling program

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WWII veteran, 95, becomes oldest organ donor in US history

The liver transplant recipient, a woman in her 60s, is doing well.


Dodgers, Pujols reportedly agree to to deal

Blues’ Walman tests positive for COVID-19, team to follow NHL protocols

The St. Louis Blues gave an update on Wednesday, May 11 on defenseman Jake Walman.


SoutheastHEALTH hopes to avoid uptick in COVID-19 cases

More than 1,400 students graduating from Southeast Missouri State University

Graves County Health Department reports 7 more COVID-19 cases

Southern Ill. health department wasting no time in giving COVID-19 vaccines to teens

Missouri set to require online stores to collect taxes

Missouri is set to become the last state to require out-of-state online stores to collect sales taxes on residents’ purchases.

S7HD reports 10 new COVID-19 cases

Federal electric vehicle research, electric vehicle infrastructure in Ill.

  State, national groups partner to combat invasive species in Mo.

Egyptian Health Department reports 3 new cases of COVID-19

Gov. Beshear orders flags at half-staff in honor of Ky. sailor killed at Pearl Harbor


Heartland road projects 5/15

Cape Splash opens May 29