Wisconsin Court of Appeals Chief Judge Lisa Neubauer and Wisconsin Court of Appeals Judge Brian Hagedorn are vying for the open spot on the Wisconsin Supreme Court, which will be vacated by Justice Shirley Abrahamson, who chose not to seek reelection. Both are members of the Waukesha-based District 2...
Sikeston DPS fights fire on E. Gladys
Firefighters with the Sikeston Department of Public Safety battled a fire on the 1500 block of E. Gladys Wednesday morning.
7 Questions To Ask On An Assisted Living Tour
7 top things to look for on your assisted living tour: Can you envision yourself or your loved one feeling comfortable living here? Do you have a warm feeling being in the community? Do the people look happy and engaged? Are residents socializing with other and engaged in programs or activities? Did you sample a meal? Does the community have all the latest safety features? Is the person giving the tour really listening to you? Is there anything about the assisted living community that makes it stand out from the others you visited?
Harris Teeter partners with BP for a fuel rewards program for VIC shoppers
Harris Teeter is partnering with BP to offer Fuel Points reward discounts for Teeter VIC card shoppers when they fuel up at BP and Amoco gas stations. The program is effective Oct. 2, 2018.
Man gets 13 years for sex crimes
A man found guilty of sex crimes involving minors earlier this month received a maximum prison sentence Wednesday during a hearing in the Champaign County
Conemaugh's new leader anticipates 2019-20 opening of Somerset outpatient center
When the Conemaugh Somerset Outpatient Center opens its doors sometime in late 2019 or early 2020, it will be part of a new movement in health care, according to Conemaugh
I-24 mudslide: TDOT says new lanes to open on time, traffic to start moving March 15
Round-the-clock work continues on the stretch of I-24 covered in mud after a February landslide north of Nashville.
Credit Card Skimmers Discovered at Fuel Pumps in McKenzie
Credit Card Skimmers Discovered at Fuel Pumps in McKenzie McKENZIE (September 5) McKenzie (Tenn.) Police Department is alerting the public about “skimmer” devices found at two gas pumps at a local convenience store. The devices use Bluetooth technology to download information from a customer’s credit/debit card. The thief can be receive the Bluetooth signal from as far as 100 feet away from the skimmer Within the past few weeks, these skimming devices were used to steal credit/debit card data from several local victims, including the City of McKenzie. The stolen information was then used for fraudulent use in another state In anyone has been a victim of fraudulent credit/debit card transactions, please call the local law…
Funeral plans set for Dennis Matthew Howe, DOT worker who died following crash
Calling hours will be held Sunday. The funeral will be on Monday.
Seniors Shopping Safely Online Guide
Seniors Shopping Safely Online Guide Shopping online safely is tricky for anyone. It's especially difficult for our aging friends to keep up on all the ch