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Cass County man runs niece, her husband off property, shooting one, records say

A woman and her husband were allegedly injured by her uncle in rural Cass County Tuesday as he tried to run them off his property. Now the uncle is in jail, charged with assault and armed criminal action, and the husband, who was shot, is in a hospital with life-threatening injuries. According to a

KANSAS CITY STAR - 2018-03-21 18:20:00

Uncle takes justice into own hands, shoots relative

GARDEN CITY, Mo. - A Cass County, Missouri, man is behind bars after being charged for shooting a relative Tuesday. Gilbert D. Linder, 54, faces three felony charges in connection to the incident on his property outside of Garden City, Missouri. Court documents allege Linder was involved in a disput

KSHB.COM - 2018-03-21 22:09:04

Police: Austin bombing suspect dies

Flood Warning issued March 20 at 8:06PM CDT expiring March 22 at 10:45AM CDT in effect for: Cooper, Saline Flood Warning issued March 20 at 7:26AM CDT expiring March 22 at 7:15PM CDT in effect for: Cooper, Saline Flood Warning issued March 20 at 7:26AM CDT expiring March 21 at 11:08AM CDT in ef

KSHB.COM - 2018-03-21 10:02:52

Family business expands services, sons take on ownership

Democrat photo/Michelle Brooks Trachsel Fencing and Bobcat has added Trachsel Steel and Welding to its services and moved to a new location east of California on Lookout Trail. John and Jan Trachsel started the business in 1995 and sons Jaden, J.T, both far left, and Jackson, right, have been involv


Johnny Manziel and the hope for healing

Over the course of the last four years, football fans have watched Johnny Manziel's public struggle with addiction. Manziel won the 2012 Heisman Trophy and then joined the Cleveland Browns as the 22nd pick in the 2014 NFL Draft. Manziel hasn't played in the league since 2015, after concerns about hi

DAILYSTARJOURNAL.COM - 2018-03-21 13:43:00

You have to decide what happened

As we approach the beginning of April we are quickly drawing near to Easter. Nothing says Spring is arriving quite like Easter Sunday. (Well that and The Masters Tournament, right?) I wonder, though, would we be as excited about Easter if we recognized that, in actuality, it is a day that demands a

DAILYSTARJOURNAL.COM - 2018-03-21 13:29:00

Here's what we know about the Austin bombing suspect

Flood Warning issued March 20 at 8:06PM CDT expiring March 22 at 10:45AM CDT in effect for: Cooper, Saline Flood Warning issued March 20 at 7:26AM CDT expiring March 22 at 7:15PM CDT in effect for: Cooper, Saline Flood Warning issued March 20 at 7:26AM CDT expiring March 21 at 11:08AM CDT in ef

KSHB.COM - 2018-03-21 11:16:30

Warrensburg Middle School prepares for STEAM Fair

WARRENSBURG - Warrensburg Middle School students and other community members will have a chance to display their talents on April 11 at the Warrensburg Middle School STEAM Fair. The is the first time for the event and it will take place from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Warrensburg Middle School. "We have b

DAILYSTARJOURNAL.COM - 2018-03-21 19:45:00

Pettis County Health Center releases information related to maternal, child health services

A report issued in late 2017 by the United Health Foundation, "Health of Women and Children," revealed some startling facts regarding Missouri's overall ranking for maternal mortality. With a national average of nearly 20 deaths per 100,000 live births, Missouri's maternal mortality rate is more tha

SEDALIA DEMOCRAT - 2018-03-20 22:47:00

Sedalia becoming a Dollar General hub

"We already have 4 Dollar Generals why do we really need another one?" wrote Ashley Nations Harris in response to Democrat reporter Nuria Martinez-Keel's recent story about Sedalia's fifth Dollar General. I once wrote that a new Dollar General was the sign of an emerging community, and by that stand

SEDALIA DEMOCRAT - 2018-03-21 01:01:00

Driving cattle to troops in Sedalia

In early 1861, Sedalia was a new settlement along the route of the Pacific Railroad. The town's growth had been slow, with a few businesses along Main Street and the streets to the north. When the Civil War began in April, town growth increased as Federal troops were stationed in Sedalia. By the end

SEDALIA DEMOCRAT - 2018-03-21 01:11:00

Man says Browns receiver led alleged assault

A man who is suing Cleveland Browns wide receiver Corey Coleman and several others over an alleged 2016 New Year's Eve assault now says Coleman led the group in the attack. Cleveland.com reports Adam Sapp testified Tuesday Coleman led the group of men that beat him in the football player's downtown

KANSAS CITY STAR - 2018-03-21 04:07:00

Butler funeral home expansion plan draws opposition - KCTV5

Plans to expand a funeral home are running into opposition in Butler. The owner and operator of Mullinax Funeral Home would like to add a crematorium, but some feel the new facility would be too close to a school in the area. Funeral home owner Greg Mullinax says the expansion would allow his busi

KCTV 5 - 2018-03-21 02:21:00

Daddy-Daughter Evening includes red carpet

The sixth annual Daddy-Daughter Evening is scheduled from 6-8 p.m. Saturday, April 7, at the El Dorado Springs Youth Center on North Main Street. The event will have a red-carpet theme and includes music, dancing, refreshments, crafts, photos and other activities. Daughters of all ages are welcome.

CEDARREPUBLICAN.COM - 2018-03-21 00:00:00

Investigation determines no threat at Morgan County R-1

Authorities have determined there was never a threat for a potential shooting incident this week at the Morgan County R-1 school district in Stover. Superintendent Matt Unger said the investigation began Sunday following a conversation on Snapchat out of Kansas City. "The district itself was never m


Sedalia City Council advances toward annual budget vote

The Sedalia City Council cleared its last hurdle in its meeting Monday before a vote on the next annual city budget. A public meeting opened at 7 p.m. Monday in Sedalia City Council Chambers for comments on the drafted budget for Fiscal Year 2018-19. No attendees spoke in the public meeting, which i


High school suspends student for profanity use in call to congressman

RENO, NV (RNN) - A high school suspended a student Wednesday for using profanity in a phone call to a congressman's office while demanding action on gun violence. A congressman's staffer complained to the school. The ACLU said McQueen High School's two-day suspension of 17-year-old Noah Christensen

JOPLIN GLOBE - 2018-03-20 16:26:21

Epple receives Missouri Park & Recreation award

Sedalia Parks and Recreation Director Amy Epple poses for a photo with former director Mark Hewett with her Associate Fellow Award. Epple took over Hewett's position when he retired last year. Amy Epple, Director of Sedalia Parks and Recreation, was honored with the Missouri Park and Recreation Asso

SEDALIA DEMOCRAT - 2018-03-20 19:00:00

Math team participates in Cass-Midway Math Contest

The Warrensburg Middle School math team participated in the Cass-Midway Math Contest on Thursday, March 8, in Cleveland, Missouri. The students worked hard and placed in many events. The seventh and eighth grade teams both placed first overall in their grade level and the sixth grade team placed sec

DAILYSTARJOURNAL.COM - 2018-03-20 14:46:00

Evans wins 3,200m run to open season

WARRENSBURG - Holden senior Alice Evans opened her 2018 track and field campaign with a first place finish in the 3,200m run with a time of 12:29.80 Monday at the UCM Mule Relays. Evans was the Lone Lady Eagle to take first in the season opener. Camille Gudde finished three spots behind her teammate

DAILYSTARJOURNAL.COM - 2018-03-20 16:30:00