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Columbia woman accused of damaging police vehicle, threatening to harm officers

COLUMBIA, Mo. - Columbia police arrested Gena Robinson after officers received information she was walking around the area of Paris Road with an active warrant for her arrest. Police said when they made contact with Robinson, she began walking away after she was told to stop. Robinson tried to run

ABC17NEWS.COM - 2018-01-17 16:15:27

Columbia police arrest man accused of hitting member of security team with car

COLUMBIA, Mo. - Columbia police arrested Joshua Knowles early Saturday morning after officers were dispatched to Club Vogue in the 900 block of Business Loop 70 East for a report of a vehicle collision and disturbance. Police said when they arrived on scene, Knowles was being detained by security.

ABC17NEWS.COM - 2018-01-16 16:12:00

Boonville man accused of hitting two police officers

BOONVILLE, Mo. - A Boonville man has been charged with assault after officers were dispatched to Lakeview Health Care in reference to a resident assaulting another man. According to the probable cause statement, Elroy Hunter hit a victim in the head approximately five or six times. Hunter told offi

ABC17NEWS.COM - 2018-01-16 23:14:04

JC woman arrested on felony charge

Higgins A Jefferson City woman faces a felony charge in Callaway County in connection with an incident last month. The Callaway County prosecuting attorney charged Christina Higgins, 38, with felony first-degree tampering with a motor vehicle Saturday. She remains in custody in the Callaway Count


Missouri Supreme Court affirms ruling in Hannibal wrongful death case

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The Missouri Supreme Court has affirmed a lower court decision to deny a Hannibal woman's application to be appointed personal representative of her late husband's estate to bring a wrongful death suit against a Hannibal physician. In the 6-1 opinion released Tuesday, the hi

QUINCY HERALD-WHIG - 2018-01-17 14:40:01

VIDEO: More Than A Hashtag

"#MeToo," a global social media movement, received more than 1.7 million tweets and 12 million posts on Facebook during a 24-hour period. The phrase, coined by Tarana Burke in 2006, took off on Oct. 15, 2017, and gave men and women a space to voice and bring to light their experiences of stalking, h

COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN - 2018-01-17 12:00:00

Small earthquake felt in Missouri, Tennessee

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The Missouri House has endorsed a bill that would loosen state regulations on people paid to braid hair. The bill given initial approval Tuesday would repeal a requirement hair braiders be licensed by the state Board of Cosmetology and Barber Examiners, which can take consider

SOUTHEAST MISSOURIAN - 2018-01-17 06:00:00

Couple accused of armed robbery at Hyvee also arrested on suspicion of stealing from Walmart

COLUMBIA, Mo. - A couple accused of armed robbery at a Hyvee parking lot is also accused of stealing from the Walmart Supercenter in the 3000 block of West Broadway. Police said Robert Crowley and Lesa Perryman entered Walmart on Wednesday and selected multiple items. Crowley handed the items to Pe

ABC17NEWS.COM - 2018-01-16 16:52:29

Red Cross takes their Home Fire Campaign to Sweetwater

SWEETWATER, Texas (KTAB) - You may hate your smoke detector when you burn dinner but in a real fire it can save your life. The Red Cross started their Home Fire Campaign in 2014 putting smoe detectors in homes across the country. It has saved more than 300 lives so far and they took their campaign t


Wylie girls pull away from Snyder, remain perfect in district

The Wylie girls basketball team went on a run to end the first half and to start the third quarter to pull away from Snyder in Friday's 76-44 District 5-4A win at Bulldog Gym. The Lady Bulldogs trailed at the end of the first quarter, but got things going the rest of the way to remain perfect throug


Old rivalry between Roby, Rotan shifts to the basketball court

ROBY - Between 1924 and 2011, it stood as one of the most intense football rivalries in the Big Country, if not Texas as a whole. Known by some as the "Fisher County War," the annual meeting between the neighboring towns of Rotan and Roby was a natural breeding ground for competition. Separated by j


Hot air balloon event held this weekend in Sweetwater

Sweetwater kicked off its third annual Float Fest Saturday morning at Newman Park. The small hot air balloon rally includes sponsor flights, a tether balloon and more. The tether balloon is set up for the public to enjoy. It's $5 for kids and $10 for adults. If you missed it Saturday you still have


Abilene, Big Country death notices 1/11/2018

SNYDER, Texas - Lloyd Daniel Ballard, 88, passed away Sunday, January 7, 2018. Graveside service will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, January 11, 2018, at Trinity Memorial Park in Big Spring, under the direction of Bell-Cypert-Seale Funeral Home. Norval 'Glenn' Brown HASKELL, Texas - Norval "Glenn" Brow


Tracking colder air blowing in Thursday

Strong west winds below into the western half of our area late Wednesday afternoon and evening. Thunderstorms accompanied this wind shift line and I believe they helped to create even stronger winds as they moved through. The highest wind gusts reported in our area were 58 mph measured just north of


Former Sweetwater teacher, coach sentenced to 6 years for child sex crime

Kevin Oliver, sentenced to 6 years for Sexual Assault of a Child. Photo provided by TexasTech.com SWEETWATER, Texas (KTAB/KRBC) - A former Sweetwater middle school teacher and coach has been sentenced to six years in prison after pleading guilty to a child sex crime. Kevin Oliver pleaded guilty to


Big Country Notebook: Haskell "Tee Pee" to be replaced

With its 90-28 win over Roscoe on Tuesday, the Haskell girls basketball team pushed its home-court winning streak to 28 straight games in HHS' vaunted "Tee Pee." What many don't realize, is that following the recent passing of a bond, Haskell's basketball venue will go into semi-retirement after ne


Buffalo man convicted of for attempted murder in Fruit Belt shooting

A Buffalo man was convicted of attempted second-degree murder after a week-long trial in Erie County Court. The jury also found Warren Meredith, 35, guilty of first-degree assault and criminal possession of a weapon in connection with a June shooting of a man in the Fruit Belt on Rose Street. The vi

BUFFALO NEWS - 2018-01-16 21:20:52

City of Tonawanda man charged with several felonies after stealing Jeep

A City of Tonawanda man was charged Tuesday with several felonies after he allegedly stole a vehicle from a driveway on Brookside Terrace. Derek J. Schlifke, 30, of Scott Street, also used bank cards he found inside the auto, according to City of Tonawanda Police. Schlifke was arrested a week ago by

BUFFALO NEWS - 2018-01-17 15:15:24

Another day of frigid weather, 'insignificant' lake-effect snow; warmup by the weekend

This is the typically the coldest part of the calendar in Buffalo. It'll be 10 degrees colder than average today. Wind chills Wednesday are forecast to begin the day below zero and stay in the single digits behind a cold front that passed through the Buffalo Niagara region. Wind chills are forecast

BUFFALO NEWS - 2018-01-17 11:05:50

Buffalo man found guilty in fatal stabbing

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - A 46-year-old Buffalo man has been convicted of fatally stabbing his ex-girlfriend's boyfriend. A jury found Hillard Smith, 46, of Buffalo, guilty of first degree manslaughter, first degree burglary, third degree assault, two counts of second degree menacing, two counts of thi

WIVB - 2018-01-16 22:29:18