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One dead in car accident near Laurie
MORGAN COUNTY - Authorities said a Gravois Mills woman died in a one-vehicle car accident near Laurie, Missouri.According to a crash report by the Missouri State Highway Patrol, 35-year-old Jessi Wells was traveling eastbound on Bass Point Road Wednesday at around 11 p.m. when her vehicle crashed.We
Gravois Mills woman killed in crash near Laurie
Jessi M. Wells, 35, was pronounced deceased at Lake Regional Hospital at 11:58 p.m. June 20, 2018, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report.
Area woman killed in Wednesday accident
Jessi Wells, 35, went off the right side of the road and struck a tree. She was not wearing a seat belt and was pronounced dead after being taken to Lake Regional Hospital.
They were arguing over a woman — then one started shooting, Missouri cops say
Two weeks following the fatal shooting, theU.S. Marshals Service arrested Williamsmore than 50 miles away in Springfield, according to KY3.
Lebanon man wanted for murder arrested in Springfield, police say
Cashawn Williams, 39, was on the run for two weeks after police say he shot and killed a 47-year-old man during an argument.
Lake Ozark teen injured in Miller County crash
Elizabeth Worthey, 18, had minor injuries, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report. She was taken by ambulance to Lake Regional Hospital for treatment.
Trash pile grows at mobile home park in Lebanon
LEBANON, Mo. -Plaza Park Estates Mobile Home Park in Lebanon has a growing trash problem. The manager says the dumpster has not been emptied in more than two weeks because the owner is not paying the bill."The last time I spoke with him, he said there is no funding right now," Charles Norman, manage
ICE detainee held in California prison diagnosed with chickenpox
© JEFF HAYNES/AFP/Getty Images/fileBuffalo, UNITED STATES: View of the holding cell 14 November 2006 of his newly painted Dallas County jail with the color scheme of pink with blue teddy bear accents in Buffalo, Missouri. The Dallas County Detention Center is being repainted a soft shade of pink in
Foul play suspected in great white shark's death
Necropsy performed on shark that washed ashoreInvestigators now suspect foul play in the death of a great white shark in California. Researchers conducted a necropsy on the shark that washed ashore Sunday.
Chief: House Fire Extinguished Itself, Saving The Home
GRAVOIS MILLS, Mo. — When firefighters arrived at 15310 Highway P on Thursday, June 14, they found smoke, but no fire.
Northern California landlord charged with shooting tenant
In this booking photo released Wednesday, June 20, 2018, by the Alameda County Sheriff's Office is Herman Levi Little, 75. Little was arrested last week and charged with trying to kill a 39-year-old man who rented a lower unit in the Berkeley, Calif., duplex Little owned. It's the third such violent
Public record for June 20
Megan Yvonne Clinghan, Springfield; class B felony trafficking in stolen identities and class C felony tampering with motor vehicle - first degree; three years prison, suspended, five years supervised probation.
Webster County Health Unit seeks to bless the hungry
Terre Banks, administrator of the Webster County Health Unit, feels she has been richly blessed, and she’s passing it on through a new program that feeds hungry people throughout the county.
Ozark pair wins youth fishing tournament on Stockton
With a four-fish haul of 13.37 pounds, Ryan Persson and Sean McKiernan of Ozark were crowned state bass fishing champions of the National Youth Fishing Association Missouri State Tournament Sunday, June 17, at Stockton Lake.
MDC sets CWD sampling efforts for deer season
MDC confirmed 33 new cases of CWD following the testing of nearly 24,500 free-ranging Missouri deer through its sampling and testing efforts last season. The new cases were found in Adair, Cedar, Franklin, Jefferson, Linn, Macon, Perry, Polk, St. Clair and Ste. Genevieve counties. These new cases br
Fish fry benefits Marshfield Public Schools Foundation
Volunteers served fish, green beans, coleslaw and other items to community members during the Knights of Columbus Fish Fry held Friday at the Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Marshfield.
Marshfield MFA shows their appreciation
In what has become an annual event; MFA Agri Services in Marshfield welcomed the public to a customer appreciation picnic Friday. There were sunny skies overhead as many dozens of customers enjoyed hot dogs, brats, chips and cobbler under the comfort of an awning.
Louisburg fire meeting to be held Saturday, June 23
The Louisburg Community Fire Protective Association annual meeting will be 4 p.m. Saturday, June 23, at Station 1 in Louisburg.
Sunrise Beach Sinks Business Owner's Plans To Move Boat Sales To Downtown
SUNRISE BEACH, Mo. — A long-term city plan stands in the way of a near-term plan by a local business owner to expand his operations. Last week, the Sunrise Beach Board of Trustees unanimously voted no to a request by Jason Todd, owner of Heartland Marine, to rezone his Sunrise Beach property from Co
Eugene woman charged with stealing
In one case, a woman left her purse in her vehicle. Morris pulled up behind the vehicle, got inside and took the purse and other items. The purse contained hundreds of dollars in cash, numerous credit/debit cards and other identification cards.