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Three of six passengers injured in Tuesday evening crash east of Chillicothe; driver arrested on multiple allegations

Three people out of six who reported injuries were taken to the hospital who were involved in a sports utility vehicle accident Tuesday night on an icy road three miles east of Chillicothe. The driver, who was not injured, was later arrested by the highway patrol.


Winter Weather Expected Across Missouri This Weekend

More winter weather will be passing through much of Missouri this weekend. "Winter storm warnings are just off to our north, and a winter weather advisory is in effect for our immediate area," said Weatherology meteorologist Laura Lockwood. "That goes into effect this evening at 6 p.m. and that will


Chillicothe (Mo.) HS Wrestling Hornets Post ’18-’19 Win No. 20 Thursday

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — The Chillicothe (Mo.) HS wrestling Hornets returned to the 20-wins level in dual competition for the first time in three years and brought fifth-year head coach Chad Smith to the cusp of becoming only the second CHS wrestling head coach ever to guide Hornets teams to at least 100 w


Gallatin woman arrested after stealing from Chillicothe resident

On Monday afternoon, January 14, the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to investigate a theft from a residence in Livingston County with one suspect arrested and charged.


Missouri Highway Patrol investigates crash involving car, Eldon School District bus

MILLER COUNTY, Mo. -- The Missouri Highway Patrol is investigating a crash involving a school bus and a car in Miller County. Officers responded to the crash around 7:30 a.m. on U.S. 54 near Short Road Friday morning.


Council approves Jarding appointment, Main Street Chillicothe event

Earlier this week, the Chillicothe City Council voted unanimously to appoint Pam Jarding as 4th ward councilman. Following Mayor Reed Dupy’s appointment and the council's vote, Jarding, who previously served six years on the council, was sworn in. She replaces Paul Howard who resigned at the beginni


Candidate withdraws from ballot in Chillicothe

A candidate for the City of Chillicothe April 2nd election has withdrawn from the ballot. Chillicothe City Clerk Rozanne Frampton reports Kathy Gilliland withdrew her candidacy for City Auditor Tuesday afternoon. Gilliland was the only filing for City Auditor.


Sheriff's Office reports include sex offender violations, more

On Dec. 29, the Livingston County Sheriff's office (LCSO) towed a vehicle from Highway V and Liv 251 which had been involved in a hit and run accident. Information was shared with the Chillicothe Police Department.


Missouri man killed in Syria bombings

ST. LOUIS - A Missouri man was one of the four Americans killed by a suicide bomber in Syria on Wednesday. Scott Wirtz, of St. Louis, was identified as one of the four victims by the Department of Defense on Friday.


Princeton man accused of stealing sought by Sheriff

LIVINGSTON COUNTY, MO – Livingston County officials continue to look for a Princeton man after a warrant was issued last week. A felony stealing charge was made against Andrew Scot Robinson, 22, who is described as a white male, 5’7″, 212 lbs, with red hair, brown eyes.


Winter Storm Warning issued for northern Missouri

With a Winter storm impending, the National Weather Service in Pleasant Hill has already issued a Winter Storm Warning. A developing storm system is expected to emerge out of the southern Rockies and track across northern Texas into Arkansas later Friday through Saturday. Area residents can expect w


Girl sues ex-coach, whose dad was Missouri superintendent

HARRISONVILLE, Mo. – A lawsuit alleges that a former Missouri high school coach had an inappropriate sexual relationship with a student while the coach’s father was the superintendent of the school district.


MODOT Asks For Cooperation as Snow Moves into Missouri

As another winter storm approaches, MODOT is asking drivers to help by limiting travel. A dry snow and winds up to 30 miles per hour are expected Friday night into Saturday. National Weather Services forecasts currently call for four to six inches of snow in northeast Missouri. Drifting snow and red