HANNIBAL | Gov. Mike Parson met with Hannibal leaders and law enforcement officials to discuss violent crime on Tuesday at Hannibal-LaGrange University.
Parson and Director of Public Safety Sandy Karsten have been traveling around the state to meet with law enforcement, city officials, judges and legislators to come up with ideas to curb the rise of violent crime in Missouri.
Unlike in past years, local farmers have avoided any major Mississippi River flooding issues this year.
Although a flood warning was issued for the Mississippi River early this week, the river is expected to crest at 16.1 feet, which is just above the flood stage of 16.0 feet. It is nowhere near last year's flooding, which crested at nearly 29 feet.
The Missouri Department of Social Services has announced that Food Stamp/Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) households will be able to use an electronic benefit transfer (EBT) to purchase eligible foods online.