Breaking News from Fayette MO

Find the latest Fayette MO News from the most up to date source on all headlines and breaking stories from around the world.

One seriously hurt after car flips over in east Columbia

COLUMBIA, Mo. - One person is seriously hurt after a extrication crash in east Columbia. The Columbia Fire Department responded to Rollins Street and East Campus Drive a little after 2 a.m. In a photo the department tweeted, the car rolled over on its side. As of this morning it's unclear what ca

ABC17NEWS.COM - 2018-01-20 16:38:01

Man indicted after November shooting on Claudell Lane

COLUMBIA, Mo. - A Columbia man was indicted by the Grand Jury on Friday after he was charged with unlawful possession of a firearm. ABC17 previously reported that Todez Donald shot a man during an argument on Claudell Lane in November. According to the indictment, Donald knowingly possessed a gun

ABC17NEWS.COM - 2018-01-19 22:29:55

Warrant issued for arrest of man connected to Sedalia homicide, police say

SEDALIA, Mo. - Sedalia police said the Pettis County prosecutor obtained an arrest warrant for a man allegedly connected to the homicide of a Sedalia woman. Police posted the update on their Facebook page Friday. Police said the warrant is for the arrest of Justin K. Lewis, also known as Country, 28

ABC17NEWS.COM - 2018-01-20 16:42:36

Officers find 460 grams of marijuana, two arrested

BOONE COUNTY, Mo. - Two people are facing drug distribution charges after police found more than 400 grams of marijuana Saturday afternoon. Hallsville and Centralia police officers arrested William Pieper, of Columbia, and Emmy Fry, of Kirksville, around 4:30 p.m. on suspicion of distribution of a c

ABC17NEWS.COM - 2018-01-21 02:42:17

Columbia man indicted after he was accused of attempted murder, arson

COLUMBIA, Mo. - A Columbia man was indicted by the Grand Jury on Friday after being charged with attempted murder and conspiracy to commit murder in an arson case. ABC17 previously reported Mehrdad Fotoohighiam was accused of trying to hire hit men to kill two people, including a judge. According t

ABC17NEWS.COM - 2018-01-19 22:11:03

Clark man found guilty of child molestation and enticement

CHARITON COUNTY -- Alonzo Bernard Thorpe of Clark, Missouri was found guilty of eight counts of child molestation and two counts of child enticement on Jan. 19 after a two-day jury trial. The case stemmed from multiple sexual assaults against two Randolph County children between April 2011 and Febru

KOMU - 2018-01-20 14:54:09

Marchers say minorities, women and freedoms have suffered greatly under Trump

Tony Smith, a member of Jefferson City Area Indivisible, holds up a sign Saturday during the Columbia Solidarity March and Rally outside of the Columbia Municipal Court. Photo by Emil Lippe /News Tribune. COLUMBIA - A mass of people that included many Jefferson City residents and Mid-Missourians t


Cal's Hometown Pharmacy offers old-time service

Democrat photo/Michelle Brooks Cal's Hometown Pharmacy manager Dan Crider poses for a photo with pharmacy technicians Sarah Gross and Louise Osborn. Longtime Mid-Missouri pharmacist Dan Crider took over as pharmacy manager at Cal's Hometown Pharmacy this fall after joining the California business in

CALIFORNIADEMOCRAT.COM - 2018-01-21 06:14:38

Massena teen charged with burglary, theft

MASSENA -- Village police say they charged a 17-year-old from Massena with third-degree burglary and petit larceny at 11:26 p.m. Monday. The charges stem from a theft complaint from Walmart, police said.The teen was arraigned by Justice Patrick Serguson in Massena court and released, police said. MA

NORTHCOUNTRYNOW.COM - 2018-01-19 23:33:00

ECOs bust illegal hunter, help investigate moose death

On Tuesday, Jan. 9, ECO James Cranker assisted state Department of Environmental Conservation wildlife staff in investigating the death of a moose in the Chateaugay Woodlands Conservation Easement land in northern Franklin County. Cranker snowshoed in with wildlife staff to find the female moose, w


Potsdam and Norwood residents charged following three separate accidents in Potsdam

POTSDAM -- Potsdam police said they charged three motorists following property-damage accidents on Thursday. Yan Gao, 28, Potsdam, was cited for following too closely on May Road at 9:27 a.m. following a two vehicle property-damage accident. Austin J. Larabie, 19, Potsdam, was cited for failure to

NORTHCOUNTRYNOW.COM - 2018-01-19 14:39:00

Ribbon-cutting ceremony for Soul Waffle in Potsdam on Jan. 25

POTSDAM -- The Potsdam Chamber of Commerce will officially welcome Soul Waffle to the Potsdam business community on Jan. 25 at 5 p.m. with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Soul Waffle located at 57 Market St. opened its doors in October 2017.Their menu offers authentic liege Belgian waffles, savory waffle

NORTHCOUNTRYNOW.COM - 2018-01-21 01:10:00

9 homeless after fast-moving Bombay fire

BOMBAY - Four of nine people living at 1918 Route 95 went to the hospital Thursday after fire swept through the structure and left them all homeless. None had life-threatening injuries and were later sent home, but they were taken to University of Vermont Health Network, Alice Hyde Medical Center in


Survey about adding armed Student Resource Officer at Potsdam Central draws mixed reaction from parents

POTSDAM -- A survey sent out to parents asking if they had any interest in learning more about a Student Resource Office (SRO) drew mixed results, according to Potsdam Central School Superintendent Joann Chambers. "We specifically didn't want to ask 'yes or no' - we wanted to engage the parents," sh

NORTHCOUNTRYNOW.COM - 2018-01-20 16:45:00

New Horizons Clubhouse in Massena busy place since November opening

MASSENA - The Horizons Clubhouse in downtown Massena has been a busy place since its ribbon-cutting in November. The clubhouse, at 56-58 Main St., next to the Massena Town Hall, is for ages 12 to 17. Director Courtney Patterson said the number of young people taking part in activities has been very

WATERTOWNDAILYTIMES.COM - 2018-01-20 03:11:00

Controversial Potsdam toilet garden displays commemorated on t-shirts being sold online

POTSDAM -- The controversial Potsdam toilet garden displays are being used as a symbol for the town on shirts being sold in an Etsy store. The shirts say "Greetings from Potsdam New York" and shows drawn rendition of one of Hank Robar's toilet gardens."Love them or hate them, the toilet gardens have

NORTHCOUNTRYNOW.COM - 2018-01-20 01:30:00

Man's body found in Winston-Salem dumpster; police rule death suspicious

A man's body was discovered in a dumpster outside a Winston-Salem apartment building Saturday morning, according to police. The death of 40-year-old Curtis Jermaine Farrow of Rural Hall has been ruled suspicious and is being investigated by the criminal investigations unit, Lt. Mike Cardwell said. T

WINSTON-SALEM JOURNAL - 2018-01-21 00:00:00

Thousands march, protest in Triad Women's March in Winston-Salem

Buy Now Crowd members respond by raising their hands when asked who has been a victim of sexual assault or rape during the rally in Corpening Plaza in Winston-Salem for the Piedmont Triad Women's March on the Polls on Saturday. Walt Unks/BH Media Beatrice Neas, 2, of Greensboro stands with a sign re

GREENSBORO.COM - 2018-01-21 00:53:00

Editorial: Complementing the catalyst

Over the past year in High Point, we've all talked and written a lot about the coming downtown multi-use stadium known as "the catalyst project." ... And rightly so. The $36.1 million facility to be built this year by the city of High Point will jump-start revitalization in an area of downtown that

HPENEWS.COM - 2018-01-21 05:00:00

Allen Johnson: New Year, same old problem with violence in Greensboro

Following a record-setting total of killings in 2017, Greensboro wasted little time in getting started in the New Year. Two gunshots claimed the life of 22-year-old Janea Anjanea Denny on Jan 5. "I believe somebody has just been shot outside in front of my house," a nervous caller told a police disp

GREENSBORO.COM - 2018-01-21 05:00:00