Many march through Cape Girardeau to honor those that have fallen

SEMO Vets “March to the River” hosted the Carry the Load as they marched from Cape Girardeau County Park, through the streets of Cape Girardeau to the John Boardman Pavilion in downtown.

Torrential rain doesn’t stop sentinels from placing flags at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

A soldier from the Army's 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment continued to place flags at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier during severe weather on Wednesday.
  • National

  Terminally ill boy met his hero John Cena for his birthday

Diego Hernandez will celebrate his 13th birthday, and through his illness, he's kept a positive attitude.


  Family, friends remember local Civil War soldier

  Neighbors give back to first responders with yard sale

Paducah PD looking for man after fleeing during pursuit

West Alton to evacuate as Mississippi River crests

Perryville to host ‘Heroes for Kids’ Comic Con

Perryville will be hosting its first-ever comic con at Perry Park on July 27, 2019.
  • National

  Mega Millions jackpot climbs to $418 million

Statistically, you only have a 1 in 302,575,350 chance of winning the big one.

2 dead, 10 injured in 8 separate shootings across St. Louis

USDA grant helps city provide a source of fresh produce for the community

Missouri joins nationwide sex offender registry

Stolen truck found and two people arrested in North Carolina

  Boil water order issued after E. Coli was found in Kelso, Mo. water supply

Bardstown officer Jason Ellis’ death still unsolved 6 years later

  Jackson 7-year old gives back to other kids

  Veterans serving veterans at the VA in Poplar Bluff

  • National

  Teenager pushes double amputee home in wheelchair during storm warning

Greg Beck, who is in a wheelchair, was trying to get home during a severe storm warning. Seth Philips hopped out of his mother's car and pushed Beck home.


Capahas open up 125th baseball season

Heartland Sectional scores from Tuesday

Here are Heartland Sectional scores from Tuesday 5/21.


Ill. governor attends Quincy Veterans’ Home family picnic

  Man rides bike across the country to raise awarness about late son’s tissue disorder

  Thousands of bees found in wall in Cape Girardeau home

Lawsuit: Heavy rains caused damage at Noah’s Ark attraction in Kentucky

  SPOTTED: Albino deer becomes city treasure in Cape Girardeau

Driver after driver is slowing down along Old Sprigg Street in Cape Girardeau, all in hopes of catching a glimpse of the albino deer.
  • National

Neighborhood throws party to say goodbye to retiring mailman

People decorated their mailboxes in honor of Floyd Martin, who served the neighborhood for nearly 35 years.

  Water Patrol urges safety this Memorial Day weekend

  MO Governor signs bill prohibiting abortion past 8 weeks, opposition reacts

  High water at Lake Wappapello closes campground days after it reopened

Mo. State Parks offer free camping for residents displaced by tornadoes, flooding