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Former New Madrid resident charged in armed robberies (09/30/14)
NEW MADRID - A former New Madrid County resident is facing multiple charges in two counties for a series of armed robberies. Tyler O. Johnson, 23, of Cape Girardeau is facing charges in connection with an armed robbery Saturday evening in New Madrid and the robbery of a Cape Girardeau business early Sunday morning...
10 Things to Know for Today (09/30/14)
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: 1. HONG KONG LEADER: BEIJING WON'T BACK DOWN Leung Chun-ying says the central government will not rescind its decision to limit voting reforms in the Asian financial hub as pro-democracy protesters set a deadline for a response to their demands...
Two hurt in ballbat attack (09/30/14)
POPLAR BLUFF -- Two Poplar Bluff, Mo., men were treated for head injuries Saturday after one allegedly attacked the other for viewing sexually explicit images of an acquaintance and then sending the woman an apparent suggestive comment via Facebook...
Commission looks into body cameras for officers (09/30/14)
BLOOMFIELD -- The Stoddard County Commission invited Sheriff Carl Hefner to address them about the feasibility of having officers wear body cameras. Hefner attended the regular meeting Monday. "I asked the sheriff to speak with us about body cameras," said Presiding Commissioner Greg Mathis. "I'm not advocating we purchase them at this time, but I wanted to find out more about them."...
SEMO accommodates growing enrollment (09/30/14)
CAPE GIRARDEAU - Having topped 12,000 students this fall, Southeast Missouri State University has enough classroom space to accommodate its growth, but might need renovations in the future. Angela Meyer, director of facilities management, said the university's Space Utilization Committee has discussed classroom space, but isn't ready to recommend any changes to the board of regents -- yet. Provost Bill Eddleman added the university doesn't "have any absolute shortage problems in terms of space."...
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