Broadway back open in Cape Girardeau

After a couple weeks, Broadway has now been reopened to the public between Pacific and Ellis Streets.

Half of US adults now have received at least 1 COVID shot

The United States will likely move to resume Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine this coming week, possibly with restrictions or broader warnings after reports of some very rare blood clot cases, the government’s top infectious diseases expert said Sunday.
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  Video: Chicago police critics call for charges in shooting of boy

A review board initially said it couldn’t release the video because it involved the shooting of a minor, but it changed course after the mayor and police superintendent called for the video’s release.

TOP STORIES

  FIRST ALERT: Afternoon showers and storms possible

  FIRST ALERT: Cool and rainy weekend

  Portageville Police Chief retires, son takes over

  Heartland high school students train with firefighters

  Thousands enjoy festivity in Vienna

The Junque Jamboree will be back for the Fall of 2021 on Saturday, September 18.
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Suspect apprehended in fatal shooting at Wisconsin tavern

Three people were killed and two were seriously wounded in a shooting at a busy tavern in southeastern Wisconsin early Sunday, sheriff’s officials said.

  Crews respond to car in lake in Cape Girardeau; 1 person dead, officials investigating

Bi-County Health Dept. reports 22 more COVID-19 cases

Egyptian Health Dept. reports 11 more COVID cases

WATCH: N.C. man throws rabid bobcat after it attacks wife in wild video

  First Alert: Cool trend with rain chances continues

  One month countdown until Tax Day

Two arrested after shots fired in Cape Girardeau

  Heartland high schools prepare for more normal graduation ceremonies

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Pandemic good Samaritan faces $16,000 tax bill for his efforts

A Connecticut middle school teacher who raised $41,000 to help hundreds of his struggling neighbors during the COVID-19 pandemic is facing a potential tax bill of over $16,000.

SPORTS

Heartland athletes compete in Special Olympics Spring Games in Poplar Bluff

Yadi makes history, catches 2,000 games for same team

Yadier Molina became the first catcher in the MLB to catch 2,000 games for the same team.

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Man injured in Graves Co. crash involving truck, law mower

  Man charged after Ste. Genevieve police officer seriously injured by Molotov cocktail

Retired Geauga County, Ohio, Sheriff, K9 partner die on same day

  Muddy River Marathon to donate thousands of dollars to local charitable organization

Gov. Beshear: COVID-19 positivity rate rises to 3.51%

Governor Andy Beshear said the COVID-19 positivity rate in Kentucky has risen to 3.51 percent.

Heartland athletes compete in Special Olympics Spring Games in Poplar Bluff

  Amber Alert canceled in Ava, Mo.; child found safe

  Man charged with murder in rural West Frankfort stabbing

Public feedback sought on the Chester Bridge improvement project

Crash blocking I-24 westbound at 63mm in Trigg Co., Ky.

HEALTH

Bi-County Health Dept. reports 4 new COVID-19 cases

Bi-County Health Dept. reports 22 more COVID-19 cases

Egyptian Health Dept. reports 11 more COVID cases

S7HD reports 1 new COVID-19 case

HEARTLAND VOTES

  White House on Cuba policy

Missouri lawmakers move to make daylight saving permanent

Missouri House votes against proof-of-vaccine mandates

Missouri House advances bill for guns on buses, in churches