MISSING NAYLOR WOMAN FOUND SAFE
Updating a story we brought to you yesterday, a missing Naylor woman has been found safe.
According to Ripley County Sheriff Mike Barton, Bonnie White was admitted into a nursing home in Poplar Bluff and is doing well.
The Endangered Silver Advisory for White has been cancelled.
ANOTHER AREA BUSINESS WARNED OF POSSIBLE HEPATITIS A EXPOSURE
Another area business is being warned about possible Hepatitis A exposure.
The Arkansas Department of Health is warning of a possible Hep A exposure after an employee of the Doublebee’s gas station in Walnut Ridge tested positive for the virus.
Anyone who ate at the facility between April 7th and April 18th should seek care immediately if they have never been vaccinated against Hep A or are unsure of their vaccination status.
The Lawrence County Local Health Unit in Walnut Ridge will be holding a walk-in clinic today from 8 am to 4:30 pm to provide vaccinations.
According to the Arkansas Department of Health, so far this year, 13 cases of Hep A have been reported in this outbreak. Five of the cases have involved food service workers and all 13 of the current cases have been in adults.
INVESTIGATION UNDERWAY FOLLOWING SHOOTING IN SIKESTON
Officials in Sikeston are investigating a Tuesday shooting.
According to authorities, the victim had suffered multiple gunshot wounds when they were found Tuesday evening on Mary Street.
The victim was transported to an area hospital. No arrests have been made in connection to the shooting.
WOMAN LISTED IN CRITICAL CONDITION FOLLOWING SHOOTING IN KENNETT
An investigation has been started following a shooting incident in Kennett.
According to the Kennett Police Department, shortly before 4 pm Tuesday, officers were dispatched to an area residence in reference to a victim who had reportedly shot them self.
The victim was flown to a Memphis hospital and is listed in critical condition.
Officials with the Kennett Police Department, the Missouri State Highway Patrol Division of Drug and Crime Control, and the Dunklin County Sheriff’s Department have been involved with the investigation and no foul play is suspected at this time.
WILLIAMSVILLE MAN ARRESTED ON MULTIPLE FELONY CHARGES IN DUNKLIN COUNTY
A Williamsville man was taken into custody Tuesday night on multiple felony charges.
According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, 55 year old Leroy Foley was arrested at around 9:15 pm Tuesday on felony charges of armed criminal action, felon in possession of a firearm, and DWI.
Following the arrest, officials say that Foley was held in Dunklin County.
MOSCOW FESTIVAL BALLET TO RETURN TO THREE RIVERS COLLEGE THIS MONTH
The Moscow Festival Ballet is set to return to Three Rivers College at the end of this month.
College officials tell KWOC News that the performance of “The Sleeping Beauty” will be held on Monday, April 30th, beginning at 7 pm.
The performances will be the final show of the current Patrons of the Arts season at the Tinnin Fine Arts Center.
Tickets are $15 each and are available online at trcc.edu/tinnin and in person at the college Student Accounts Office. Any remaining tickets will be sold at the door.
PAVEMENT REPAIRS UNDERWAY ON ROUTE EE IN BUTLER COUNTY
Route EE in Butler County is being reduced to one lane so Missouri Department of Transportation crews can perform pavement repairs.
According to officials, Route EE is being reduced between County Roads 267 and 265.
Work work will take place through tomorrow and the work zone will be left up overnight with barricades in place.
WEEK AND A HALF LONG ROAD PROJECT TO BEGIN TODAY IN PEMISCOT COUNTY
A week and a half long road project is set to begin today in Pemiscot County.
Northbound I-155 in Pemiscot County will be reduced with an 11-foot width restriction as contractor crews perform pavement repairs.
According to MoDOT, the work zone is located from the Tennessee State line to Route 84 and work will take place from 6 am to 6 pm daily through Saturday, May 5th.