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Thursday, February 19, 2009

Reward increased to find murder suspect

Nearly a year has passed since police think Tambra Turner shot and killed another woman who was living with her estranged husband, and still no sign of the suspected murderer.
Now Cape Girardeau police, with the help of other law enforcement agencies, have increased the reward they'll pay for information leading to Turner's arrest.
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See Joshua Kezer's first day of freedom

Joshua Kezer was released from prison yesterday after 15 years, exonerated of the murder of Mischelle Wallace in 1992.
Our reporter in Jefferson City, where Kezer served his prison time, talked to Kezer, and we captured the conversation on video. Look for the video on the home page to see excerpts from Kezer's first day of freedom.

Power finally restored after ice storm

Electric cooperatives in Missouri are reporting that, except for patchy outages here and there, all of their customers are back up and running a little over three weeks after the late January ice storm coated the area.
At the height of the outages, over 100,000 customers were without power.

Blunt to talk Senate in Cape Girardeau

U.S. Rep. Roy Blunt is touring the state today to announce his plans to run for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Kit Bond.
One of Blunt's stops is in Cape Girardeau, where he was to speak at the Common Pleas Courthouse Gazebo at 2:30 p.m. We'll have a story with photos later this afternoon on, with video to come later tonight.

Later today and Friday on

Check back later today for more on Kezer's release from prison and Roy Blunt's Cape Girardeau appearance.
Check back on Friday for more on those stories and the latest on AmerenUE's pursuit of rate adjustments and a report from the Cape Girardeau County Commission meeting.

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