Southeast Missouri State University

Audio: Southeast Missouri State University revises policy on beer at athletic events and medical marijuana

Southeast Missouri State University in Cape Girardeau is revising its tobacco use and alcoholic beverage use policies. Missourinet’s Brent Palm reports this also involves medical marijuana.     The Board of Regents approved a new policy Friday that could allow beer and wine sales for all fans at Redhawks athletic events. The pilot program could […]

Trenton Missouri Police Department

Trenton Police Department arrest two teenagers on assault allegations

The Grundy County Sheriff’s Office reports several area individuals arrested Saturday were charged Sunday. The Trenton Police Department arrested two Trenton residents following an incident allegedly involving assault. Eighteen-year-old Nathan Wayne Hinkle has been charged with felony third-degree assault. Eighteen-year-old Zane Wolf Rottman has been charged with the misdemeanors of unlawful possession of an illegal […]

Saousoalii P. Siavii, Jr

Former KC Chiefs player charged with illegal firearms after being tasered while resisting arrest

A former Kansas City Chiefs football player, who was tasered twice while struggling with officers and resisting arrest, was charged in federal court with illegally possessing firearms. Saousoalii P. Siavii, Jr., also known as “Junior,” 40, of Independence, Missouri, was charged in a criminal complaint filed in the U.S. District Court in Kansas City, Mo., […]

Rollover Crash

Driver crashes after speeds of 100 mph; children in car not injured

During the weekend, Chillicothe Police worked an injury accident where police say alcohol and high speed were the cause. An officer, along with assistance from the Highway Patrol, was investigating an accident on Highway 36 that allegedly involved speeds of 100 mph. The driver of the vehicle was believed to be under the influence of […]

Preferred Family Healthcare

Former Preferred Family Healthcare executive pleads guilty to bribing Arkansas State Senator

A former executive of Preferred Family Healthcare, Inc., pleaded guilty in federal court to his role in a conspiracy to bribe an Arkansas state senator to influence public policy for the benefit of the charity and its executives. Robin Raveendran, 63, of Little Rock, Arkansas, pleaded guilty before U.S. Magistrate Judge David P. Rush to […]

City of Trenton Website

Trenton City Council adopts ordinances pertaining to medical marijuana

A series of ordinances pertaining to medical marijuana were approved Monday night by the Trenton City Council. They are based on state regulations stemming from the voter-approved Amendment Two in last November’s election. In part, the ordinances allow for the location of manufacturing facilities, cultivation facilities, and dispensaries within the city of Trenton. One ordinance […]