In October 2017, three Southern Illinois University cheerleaders received backlash after they took a knee during the national anthem at two home games.
A man who police say ran from them after being arrested is being sought by the Kentucky State Police. Police are requesting the public’s assistance locating 38-year-old Ian D. Hunter.
According to Cape Girardeau Police, a 42-year-old has a single gunshot non-life threatening wound to the hand on Friday evening, Jan. 19.
A Thompsonville, Illinois woman was killed in a crash in Saline County on Friday, January, 19. It happened on Route 34 north of Webber Cemetery Road around 1:38 p.m.
The Paducah Parks & Recreation Department has decided to extend the registration deadline for the Indoor Coed Wiffle Ball League.
The measure would be the fourth stopgap spending bill since the current budget year started in October.
Rocker Tom Petty died of an accidental drug overdose from taking a variety of medications to deal with a variety of ailments.
Two members of Chicago quit in a week’s time. Lead singer Jeff Coffey and drummer Tris Imboden leave the band.
The grandparents say they are still in shock from learning that their son and his wife were arrested this week after their children, ages 2 to 29, were found malnourished with some in shackles.
California prosecutors say a couple starved 12 of their 13 children to the point that their growth was stunted and a 29-year-old daughter weighed just 82 pounds.
A Jefferson County school bus driver has been placed on leave pending investigation after a mother says her young son was left on a school bus all day at Grantswood Community School, according to Superintendent Craig Pouncey.
Two years ago, Landon Gable was singing in his church's Christmas program. This year it was a much different story The Springville sophomore spent the holiday at Children's Hospital and remains there today. His mom, Cherie Gable says it all started on December 18th when her 16
The man found guilty of killing another man and stuffing his body into a drum two years ago was sentenced to life in prison without the benefit of parole and his fiancée was sentenced to 35 years with credit for time served.
One of the victims of a double homicide on Scott Street Friday has been identified as Percy King. Fifty-seven-year-old King served as a zookeeper at the Jackson Zoo from 1997-2011 and as a member of the Jackson Zoo Board starting in 2017.