Earthquakes Rattle Southeast Missouri A pair of earthquakes hit southeast Missouri, but there were no reports of damage or injuries.
Federal Agency Says 33 Injured in Missouri ExplosionOSHA says the preliminary cause of the explosions appears to be the result of molten aluminum contacting water.
St. Louis Stadium Task Force Hopeful Major League Soccer Continues ExpansionMajor League Soccer commissioner will spend much of 2015 evaluating potential expansion.
Tree Business Owner Comes to Rescue of Stranded KittenResidents could hear the cat's meows for several nights and reached out for help. Neither the city nor the fire department had a ladder tall enough to reach 50 feet up to pull the kitten to safety.
Missouri Superintendent Charged in Steroids CaseA southeast Missouri school superintendent is charged with trying to sell steroids through the mail.
Albino Deer Killed in Southeast MissouriJerry Kinnaman bagged an elusive 10-point buck on a friend's property in Cape Girardeau County, but he knows some people will be upset. The deer was a rare albino and something of a local celebrity after several sightings in recent years.
Nine Cats Die in Veterinary Center FireNine cats are dead following a fire at a southeast Missouri veterinary clinic.
Washington University 14th in 'Best Colleges' RankingsThe University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign at 41, University of Missouri - Columbia at 97, Saint Louis University at 101, and Maryville University at 161.
Man Sentenced to 12 Years for Striking Southeast Missouri JoggersA prosecutor showed the judge two videos taken from Marcus Jones's cellphone, in which a man is heard swearing and laughing as tires squeal in the background.
Work Progressing On Mississippi River ProjectsA contract was awarded last week for a $7.8 million project to construct two earthen berms and a 4,200-foot trench at Cairo, IL.
SE Mo. Man Diagnosed with West Nile VirusA southeast Missouri man is hospitalized in St. Louis after being diagnosed with West Nile virus.
Cape Girardeau's Bath Salts Problem Helped by BanA year ago, Cape Girardeau and the rest of Southeast Missouri was said to be a hotbed for bath salt users.