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Man shot at apartment complex in Cape Girardeau, Mo.

Police activity was seen at a building in the 600 block of south Spring.

The first medical marijuana dispensary in Northeast Arkansas opens

  Head-on crash sends 2 to hospital

Input on presidential search sought at Shawnee Community College

2 more cultivation centers for adult-use cannabis approved in Ill.

55,000 pounds of El Monterey breakfast burritos recalled

2.4 magnitude quake shakes in Tenn.

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Ill. lawmakers send letters on climate change to U.N. Convention, President Trump

First Alert: Frigid, frosty start this morning

What you need to know Dec. 11

  Cape Central theater group heading to state

Mo pig farmers, companies donate more than 70,000 pounds of pork and $5K to Feeding Missouri

Columbia Public Schools is unable to prove the allegations against Jackson

Multiple agencies assist in drug arrest

Authorities found evidence that a juvenile was being used to sell drugs.

  Family says hackers accessed a Ring camera in their 8-year-old daughter’s room

The Ring camera was only up for four days in the girls’ room before the family says someone found a way to manipulate it, turning the security device into a room of horror.

Recall Alert: Bass Pro recalls Mr. Steak Gas Grills

Bass Pro have received nine reports of fires.

Nestle Purina in Bloomfield donates to two Dexter projects

Nestle Purina donated a total of $20,000 to two Dexter, dog-centered, projects.

Work on railroad overpass completed; KY 725/Woodville Rd. reopened

  Murder trial begins for doctor accused in shooting death of estranged wife

9 people indicted, 1 arrested in covert drug investigations

  Bug expert offers tips on how to prevent, get rid of bedbugs

McCracken Co. Sheriff’s Office starts foundation

Emergency Missing Child Alert canceled; 11-year-old Boaz boy found safe

  Andy Beshear publicly sworn in as governor of Ky.

A public swearing-in ceremony was held on Tuesday afternoon, December 10.

Valentines for Veterans concert to feature Neal McCoy

The 10th annual concert will feature Neal McCoy.

  New primary care clinic opens in Jackson, Mo.

The clinic is 11,652 square feet with 10 exam rooms, one procedure room, onsite x-ray, ultrasound and lab services and a retail pharmacy with a drive through.

  Mark Twain National Forest employees remove 705 tires from forest

Poplar Bluff Ranger District (PBRD) employees held three separate tire clean-ups, with a total of 705 tires removed.

Carbondale man sentenced to 1 year in prison for shots fired investigation

A man was sentenced to one year in prison for an investigation into shots fired in May.

3 arrested in connection to shooting at Martin, Tenn. apartments

Police said the victim told them people kicked his front door in and shot him.

  Endangered Person Advisory issued for missing Caruthersville woman; her vehicle found in Ark.

Police believe Michele Bell is in danger.

Man arrested after bicycle, foot chase

Massac County deputies said Walter Bauer led them on a brief bicycle and foot chase early Sunday morning.

Mayfield man facing murder charge in deadly shooting

A man is facing murder charges in a deadly shooting investigation.

Second bed bug found at Jonesboro Elementary School

For a second time in less than a week, a single bed bug was discovered at the school.

  Drinkwitz to take position as Mizzou’s head football coach

He will be the 33rd coach for the university.

Carbondale Police ask for help identifying 3 suspects in retail theft

They hid merchandise and left the store in a grey colored Dodge Charger

Men cut hole in wall of Memphis grocer before attempting to steal tobacco products

Memphis Police Department says the three men cut and pulled a piece of rear metal wall open before entering the store.

Perry Co., Mo. officials respond to apparent DUI crash

Officials said they gave him a field sobriety test and enough evidence was there to support an arrest.

  911 dispatcher accused of identity theft

A western Kentucky 911 dispatcher is accused of identity theft.

Man arrested on drug charges found with methamphetamine

They executed a search warrant for illegal drugs on Dartmouth Lane.

Last full moon of the decade to peak at 12:12 on 12/12

The 2010s are going out in style; cosmic style.

  Man accused of threatening judge during his video arraignment

Zachary Durham remains in the Cape Girardeau County Jail without bond.

What you need to know Dec. 10

Your news and weather for Dec. 10

  SIUC Report: An increase in freshman enrollment applications

An increase in freshman enrollment applications

  Local Blooms Farm educates children with gardening program

A program called G.R.O.W. Kids Club where they are able to learn through gardening projects about where food comes from and how to maintain a healthier lifestyle.

Foundation to host one of the largest Christmas giveaways in the area

The gift giveaway is one of the largest in the area.

Governor and First Lady declare December as Christmas tree month

Governor and First Lady Parson declare December as Christmas Tree month in Missouri

  Heartland officials spending time, money to make sure you’re counted in the census

City leaders and organizations in the Heartland want to make sure you participate in the census next year.

Paducah woman charged with endangerment and drug possession

Around 3 p.m. on Dec. 8, Jade M. Kelley, 23, was arrested on charges of first-degree wanton endangerment, first-degree possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Ky. fugitive arrested in Tenn.; facing multiple charges including attempted murder of officer

Anthony R. Phoenix, 34, of Wildersville, Tenn., is facing multiple charges in Tennessee, including attempted murder of a police officer.

  Driver dies in semi tractor trailer crash on I-55 in Scott Co., Mo.

The 49-year-old driver from New Madrid, Mo. was pronounced dead at the scene.

Morning house fire leads to one death

Brenda A. Vidmer, 67, was pronounced dead at an area hospital.

Murray State University Paducah Regional Campus hosts business & trade conference

The Murray State University Paducah Regional Campus hosted the “Thriving in a Global Economy” conference.

Senate leaders ask for input on ways to address climate change

The letters where sent to environmental justice leaders.

Minova USA Inc. recognized with national safety award

Minova USA Inc. in Marion, has earned the national Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP) designation from the Illinois Department of Labor

Mental Health and Addiction Treatment Expansion Act introduced to the Senate

U.S. Senators Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) and Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.) announced today the inclusion of their bipartisan Excellence in Mental Health and Addiction Treatment Expansion Act in the Senate Finance Committee’s bipartisan drug pricing and health extenders legislation.

Open house on wayfinding master plan to be held

The city of Carbondale will hold an open house Dec. 11 from 5 to 7 p.m.

Alzheimer’s Foundation of America’s essay contest and scholarship sets deadline

The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America’s (AFA) annual Teens for Alzheimer’s Awareness College Scholarship Essay Contest set Jan. 17 as it’s entrance deadline.

  U.S. Supreme Court denies Ky. abortion clinic’s petition in ultrasound informed consent law

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of Governor Matt Bevin on Monday, December 9, denying a Louisville abortion clinic's petition of certiorari in the House Bill 2 ultrasound case.

2 facing burglary charges after security cam captures them inside home

While searching the home, officers say they found a man and woman on the top floor.

Memphis man facing DWI, gun charges after traffic stop in Weakley Co., Tenn.

Jones posted a $2,500 bond and was released from jail with a court date to be determined.

  4 people injured when truck crashed into WKCTC building

According to WKCTC, it crashed through the windows into the Cyber Cafe. They said no one in the building was injured.

  ’Jet sound’ reported over West Frankfort, Ill. was F-18 fighter jet

They say there is no cause for alarm or concern.

  Audit: Former Van Buren CID board spent nearly $300,000 in sales tax on private debts

According to State Auditor Nicole Galloway, taxpayer money was used by the former members of the Black Mountain CID to pay for private debts, private business improvements and construction.

75-job facility to open in Murray, Ky.

The company will lease the Murray West Spec Building to house the operation

Man wanted on warrant arrested for drugs

Jedediah Randle was charged with possession of methamphetamine and resisting arrest.

Sen. Duckworth introduces bill for body armor, equipment to fit female service members

According to reports, poorly-fitting PPE is a leading cause of injury for all service members, whether deployed or in training.

Design phase of new Cape Girardeau VA center underway

A groundbreaking ceremony for the new VA health care center will take place in the spring.

Police find more than $100,000 of meth in air fryer shipping to south Louisville

An investigation has been started by Louisville Metro Police after tracking a package containing $100,000 of meth inside an air fryer.

FedEx works to pump out packages during online holiday shopping influx

In fact, FedEx expects to move twice its regular volume of packages today and next Monday.

  Fire Marshal to investigate early morning house fire

Fire crews said the home has extensive damage.

What you need to know Dec. 9

Your news headlines, First Alert Forecast and trending web stories for Monday, Dec. 9.

KSP makes large drug bust in Ledbetter, Ky.

After midnight on Thursday morning, KSP Troopers executed a search warrant at a residence on Wyndotte Way. There they found a large amount of illegal drugs.

  Heartland church displays 600+ nativity scenes

There are exactly 605 nativity scenes set up throughout several rooms in the church.

Anheuser-Busch shatters two Guinness World Records

Hundreds of couples gathered to attempt to break two world records.

  Armed, dangerous man caught in Scott County, Mo.

Christian M. Montgomery, 23, has been arrested. (Source Scott County Sheriff's Office)

  Chili and Craft fair raises money for veterans

The items ranged from food, knick knacks, jewelry homemade items and more.

First responders rescue trapped teens from car crash

First responders were able to get both teens out of the creek and up the bank safely.

  American Legion remembers Pearl Harbor attack

Wreaths were placed in the river as part of a special ceremony to remember the lives lost in the Pearl Harbor attack.

78 years ago, bombs fell on Pearl Harbor. Vets paused to remember the tragic day

“We were highly trained for war. We knew it was going to happen, we just didn’t know when.”

No feral swine hunting allowed in Mark Twain National Forest

Feral swine hunting will not be allowed with a few exceptions.

  Heartland VFW remembers Pearl Harbor

Heartland remembers Pearl Harbor.