Clay Waller

Crime
3:59 pm
Thu May 30, 2013

Remains Of Southeast Missouri Mother Jacque Waller Found

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Nearly two years to the day after Jacque Sue Waller was last seen alive, the body of the southeast Missouri mother of young triplets has been found.

The Cape Girardeau County prosecutor's office issued a one-paragraph statement Thursday. It said police recovered a body on Wednesday that has been confirmed as Waller.

She was 39 when she disappeared on June 1, 2011. No information was released on where the body was found, and a woman answering phones at the prosecutor's office said no further comment would be made, citing an on-going investigation.

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Morning Round-Up
7:08 am
Thu July 26, 2012

Morning headlines- Thursday, July 26, 2012

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Ill. parents reminded about back-to-school vaccines

Illinois health and education officials are reminding parents to update their children's immunizations before they head back to school.

New Illinois Department of Public Health rules require students entering sixth and ninth grades this year to show proof of receiving the Tdap vaccine. That's a booster shot against tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis, commonly known as whooping cough.

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Morning Round-Up
7:56 am
Tue April 24, 2012

Morning Headlines: Tuesday, April 24, 2012

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US Chamber of Commerce weighs in on Missouri's GOP Senate primary

The US Chamber of Commerce has made an endorsement in the three-way Republican Senate primary in Missouri.

The chamber on Tuesday backed former Vi-Jon chairman John Brunner, saying his private sector experience in cutting spending and balancing budgets provides the best contrast with Democratic Senator Claire McCaskill.

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Morning Round-up
9:22 am
Wed January 4, 2012

Morning headlines: Wednesday, January 4, 2012

An interior view of the Missouri State Capitol building in Jefferson City, Mo.
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Workers' comp, civil lawsuits top priorities for business groups this legislative session

Missouri business groups are listing changes in workers' compensation, employment law and civil lawsuitsas their top priorities in the legislative session that starts at noon today.

Representatives of the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Missouri Merchants and Manufacturers Association and other groups outlined their priorities at a news conference Tuesday.

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