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Flooded river taking aim at Mississippi Delta

Fear is surfacing in the Mississippi Delta as rising levels of the Mississippi river flood communities, croplands and businesses.

Missouri instructor cleared in labor video controversy

An investigation by the University of Missouri-St. Louis cleared instructor Don Giljum of any wrongdoing. He will be able to return to the classroom.

Prayer amendment to appear on Missouri ballot

The measure, which would affirm the right of Missourians to pray in public places, passed the Senate 34-0 Tuesday and will go before the people next year.

Judge blocks settlement in death at Busch home

A Cape Girardeau judge will hold a hearing in late June to determine whether the $1.5 million settlement amount is appropriate and how it should be distributed.

Domestic violence trial set for Derrick Washington

Washington is scheduled to appear in a Boone County courtroom on two misdemeanor charges of domestic violence.

Missouri hunters kill fewer turkeys in spring season

The smaller kill could be linked to a decline in the turkey population or could be the result of unfavorable weather for hunters.

Missouri Senate approves March presidential primary

The legislation would keep Missouri in compliance with rules set by the national Democratic and Republican parties.

Man in notorious Missouri child kidnapping case stabbed

Michael Devlin suffered superficial wounds when he was attacked April 9 at Crossroads Correctional Center in Cameron. He was treated at a hospital and is back at the prison.

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