Casino Provides Millions in Revenue to Cape GirardeauCity officials say the Isle Casino Cape Girardeau has brought in $11.5 million in revenue into the southeast Missouri community since it opened in October of 2012.
Man Charged in Death of 28-Year-Old in Cape GirardeauA man has been arrested and charged in the death of a man whose body was found near a Cape Girardeau park.
Man in Prison for Wife's Killing Arraigned on Federal ChargeThe federal count is punishable by up to life in prison.
Judge Finds Cape Girardeau Noise Ordinance UnconstitutionalTony Rothert, the legal director for the American Civil Liberties Union of Eastern Missouri, says this law has gone too far.
Man Showing Off Gun at Car Dealership Shoots HimselfThe man's name has not been released, and his medical status was not immediately clear Friday.
Some Await Worst, Others Begin Cleanup After FloodsSoutheast Missouri braces for historic levels, while St. Louis area starts to rebound
FBI Alerted to Suspicious Cellphone Buys in MissouriThe purchases last weekend in Columbia, Lebanon and Macon raised red flags because such cell phones, often called ``burners,'' frequently are discarded in an effort to avoid detection. And such phones can be used as bomb detonators.
Remains Found at Park Could be from Burial GroundHuman remains found at Trail of Tears State Park in Cape Girardeau may be those of a Native American buried long ago.
Woman, Son Sue Southeast Missouri Town, Claiming HarassmentA southeast Missouri woman and her son are suing their hometown, the mayor and police, accusing them in federal court of harassment and violating their civil rights.
Cape Girardeau Man Convicted in 2013 Murder of Wife, SonA Cape Girardeau businessman has been found guilty of killing his wife and 18-year-old son.
Trial This Week for Man Accused of Killing Wife, SonA southeast Missouri man accused of killing his wife and son goes on trial this week.
Flood Expert: More Rain for Missouri Remains ConcernThe Cuivre River was falling in northeast Missouri, the Meramec near St. Louis was at crest, and the Mississippi River south of St. Louis was expected to reach its high point on Tuesday.