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Shawn Parcells says he will move to Missouri, continue working
SHAWNEE COUNTY, KS (KCTV) -- The man who has the been the focus of a relentless KCTV5 News investigation into botched autopsies remains shut down in Kansas, but Shawn Parcells has a backup plan and you may not like it.
Elderly woman shares her story after scam attempt
(ST. JOSEPH, Mo) For Marilyn Long, it all just came out the blue. "It was early in the morning and I received a call," Long said. "It was a young man on the line, I thought it was my grandson,"
Gower man hospitalized after truck overturns
CLINTON COUNTY — One person was injured in an accident just before 9p.m. Friday in Clinton County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a 2011 Dodge 2500 driven by Anthony L. Nichols, 60, Gower, was southbound on northwest Helberg Road one and one half miles south of Gower.
Throughout Clinton County, Easter events are on the way
While some Easter celebrations and traditions started last weekend in Clinton County, many more will be taking place in the days leading up to Sunday, April 21 – Easter Sunday.
Slain Missouri Ku Klux Klan leader's wife admits killing him
FARMINGTON, Mo. – The wife of a Missouri Ku Klux Klan leader has admitted to fatally shooting her husband. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that Malissa Ancona pleaded guilty Friday to second-degree murder, tampering with evidence and abandonment of a corpse in the 2017 death of Frank Ancona Jr.
52 Missouri counties lost population in 2018
ST. LOUIS – New census data shows that while Missouri’s population rose slightly last year compared to 2017, more than 50 counties lost population. Data released Thursday shows estimated county populations as of July 1, 2018, compared to the previous year. Missouri overall saw its population rise 0.
Cameron man suffers medical emergency, crashes on old Highway 36
The highway patrol reports a Cameron man suffered a medical emergency causing the pickup truck he was driving to travel off old Highway 36 and hit a tree east of Cameron Friday morning.
Lawrence County, Missouri: Mother of counties
Most people consider county boundaries as fixed since their formation. This may confuse historical researchers and result in failing to consider researching elsewhere when they look for local records. County boundaries changed frequently in Missouri until the mid-1800s. However, few realize that par
Running helps father connect with autistic son
OLATHE, Kan. — A father and son who struggled to connect because of special needs now share a bond through running. "I let myself go to a very dark place where it was just, like, 'I'll never have a relationship with him. He'll always be different.' I looked at him for what he couldn't do," John Leac
Missouri River expected to crest at 25 feet Easter Weekend
DAKOTA DUNES, S.D. â€” Residents along the Missouri River should see water levels reach their peek this weekend here in Siouxland. In a release from Dakota Dunes officials, the National Weather Service is expecting the Missouri River to crest at 25 feet at Sioux City over the Easter weekend before b
Few details emerge after mysterious fires light up Missouri Bootheel town
It is still unclear why the city hall and the former mayor's house in the small town of Parma, Mo., caught fire earlier this week — soon after a new mayor took office. The fires, which authorities suspect were set intentionally, also occurred as the state was preparing to audit the city in the state
A Missouri bill would change the deadline to file lawsuits against defective or harmful products
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – A Missouri bill would change the deadline to file lawsuits against defective or harmful products. House members voted 102-50 on Thursday in favor of limiting lawsuits to 15 years after a product is bought or leased, with some exceptions.
Saving prairie chickens in Missouri
ST. CLAIR COUNTY, Mo. -- During the early morning hours on Missouri's grasslands, the sounds of nature can be heard. The boom and cackle of the great prairie chicken stand out from the rest.
Missouri ‘Shark Tank’ winner redefines the U.S. meat industry
ST. LOUIS – Lucinda Cramsey, Missouri-based farmer turned "Shark Tank" entrepreneur, joins us to promote her meat subscription service, Moink. More than 80 percent of the meat industry is controlled by four companies, but Cramsey is out to change that. Her inspiration came from a desire to help supp
Des Moines attorney disbarred in Missouri after license revoked in Iowa
JEFFERSON CITY – Des Moines, Iowa attorney Sandra E. Suarez has been disbarred following an April 17 Missouri Supreme Court order after her license was revoked in Iowa over allegations that included misappropriation and trust account issues.
Community concerned over jail on Missouri School for the Deaf campus
FULTON — A building on the Missouri School for the Deaf's campus may become the new location of a county jail. Community members met Friday at William Woods University to discuss the proposed location for the new Callaway County Jail. The proposed site is at Rice Hall on State Street near the edge o
Fire heavily damages new Missouri ambulance district building
FULTON, Mo. (AP) — Fire officials have determined that a blaze that heavily damaged a central Missouri ambulance district headquarters that was under construction was accidental.
BAD ALLERGIES: Highest pollen count in years takes place in Missouri
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Despite his allergies, Paul Lewis is taking a stroll at Nathaniel Greene Park. He says he isn't the only one to suffer from mother nature. "Several of my colleagues at work, and then also my family has been experiencing a heavy amount of runny nose, coughing, some sneezing, thing
California 'house of horrors' parents sentenced to life in prison
The California “house of horrors” parents who abused and tortured 12 of their 13 children were sentenced to life in prison Friday with the possibility of parole after 25 years.
Work to begin on bridges in Daviess County
A project to replace expansion joints and guardrail on two Interstate 35 bridges will begin Monday. Contractors from PCiRoads, LLC., working with the Missouri Department of Transportation, plan to begin work on the I-35 Grand River and Grand River Overflow Bridges on Monday, April 22.