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Two people in custody in connection with Gasconade County homicide
GASCONADE COUNTY, Mo. - Two people wanted in connection with a homicide investigation are now in custody, according to the Gasconade County Sheriff's Office. Authorities announced the arrests on Facebook. According to the release, Brooke Buddemeyer and Aaron Lewis were found in Florida and taken int
Couple wanted for Gasconade County murder arrested in Florida
GASCONADE COUNTY, Mo. – A couple wanted for the murder of a central Missouri man was arrested hundreds of miles away in Madison County, Florida. The suspects, 29-year-old Brooke Buddemeyer and 36-year-old Aaron Lewis, were apprehended Thursday following a police chase.
Warren County doctor gets 40 months for illegally prescribing opioids and for Medicaid fraud
ST. LOUIS • A doctor from Warren County was sentenced Tuesday in federal court to 40 months in prison for prescribing powerful opiates to women with whom he had inappropriate relationships and ordered to repay $312,377 to Medicare and Medicaid, the U.S. Attorney’s office said.
Siteman Cancer Center plans 2020 opening at Memorial Hospital East
Illinois location to provide multidisciplinary care, clinical trials. Siteman Cancer Center’s newest location, at Memorial Hospital East in Shiloh, Ill., will open in 2020. The facility will replace temporary space at 4000 N. Illinois Lane in Swansea, Ill.
State Fire Marshal’s Office investigating pipe bomb and arson in Washington County
WASHINGTON COUNTY, MO - The Washington County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the discovery of what appeared to be a live pipe bomb in an area where authorities were investigating a recent arson. The device was found in tree branches near the intersection of Springtown and Vintage Roads on Mon
Search for Gasconade County murder suspects extended to Rolla
ROLLA, Mo. -- Gasconade and Phelps County Deputies are looking for Brooke Buddemeyer and Aaron "Foozball" Lewis for the murder of Jessie Robbins in Bland, Missouri, on November 25th.
2 suspects wanted in shooting death of man in Gasconade Co.
BLAND, Mo. — A man and woman are wanted in the shooting death of a man in Gasconade County. Brooke Buddemeyer and Aaron “Foozball” Lewis are considered dangerous, the sheriff’s office said.
‘Real Housewives of St. Louis’ teased to lure Bryce Harper to the Cardinals
ST. LOUIS, Mo. — There are a lot of teams attempting to lure former Washington Nationals right fielder Bryce Harper. The free agent is being interviewed by many teams. Now, another St. Louis celebrity making an offer few could refuse.
Pet spot: Bella inspects presents on Christmas Eve
Bella, a mini-poodle, was interested in these presents on Christmas Eve 2016 at Mike and Vicki Greminger’s Festus home. “She’s our son’s and daughter-in-law’s dog, Shanna and Adam,” Vicki Greminger said. “They live in Washington, Mo. She’s a very sweet little dog, very loving. We think she’s 6.”
Council to Consider Closure of Big Driver
The Washington City Council is poised to move forward with plans to close the Big Driver & Little Putter Golf Facility. On Monday the council, and the city’s administration/operations committee, both are slated to discuss the closure of the driving range operated by the city.
Claire Ayers, senior, Washington
Consistent postseason culminated for Ayers with a ninth-place finish in the Class 4 state meet. Her time of 19:29.05 was the third-best of any area runner on the 5-kilometer course in Jefferson City. Ayers returned to the podium at state after falling back to 33rd last season. She was seventh as bot
Trump escalates shutdown threat over border wall in heated White House meeting
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is escalating his shutdown threat over U.S.-Mexico border wall funding at a heated White House meeting with Democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer.
Hermann Tops Shamrocks for Third Place at Montgomery County, 53-40
Give the first meeting to Hermann. The Bearcats defeated New Haven (2-3) for the Montgomery County Tournament consolation title, 53-40. “Hermann was just a little better than us in every facet of the game Saturday,” New Haven Head Coach Aaron Peirick said. “We played really hard. I’m proud of our gu
Hermann Beats Borgia, 57-43
Fresh from winning the Montgomery County Tournament Saturday, the Hermann basketball Lady Bearcats improved to 5-0 with a home win over St. Francis Borgia Regional Monday. Hermann pulled away in the fourth quarter to win, 57-43.
Director Criticizes Process — In Sentencing of Driver in Fatal Crash
The death of Missouri Department of Transportation employee Lyndon Ebker, New Haven, more than two years ago is still fresh in the minds of his co-workers, friends and transportation leaders in the state of Missouri.
City Will Enforce No Parking on Highway 47 — Signs Will Be Posted
The Washington Police Department will begin ticketing and eventually towing cars parked on Highway 47 near Washington High School. Although there is already an ordinance on the books prohibiting parking on the busy highway, it has not been enforced in the past, which created a liability for the poli
Editorial: A new, albeit premature, push at Washington U. for a $15 minimum wage
The Washington University Graduate Workers Union has a bone to pick regarding wages. The union has held rallies and protests this semester arguing that the university adopt a $15-per-hour wage scale with free child care to all hourly employees.
Old Bridge to Pass Into Pages of History — Historical Society Director Praises Historic Structure
While others extol the benefits of the newly constructed bridge, Marc Houseman said it’s appropriate for a local history buff to offer some praise for the historic structure being replaced, which has served the community effectively and efficiently for longer than most can remember.
Christmas, German Style, at Hermann Farm
Take a step back in time this holiday season with a visit to Hermann Farm, a living history museum that recreates the lifestyles and traditions of the early German settlers in Missouri.
Man Charged With Killing Grandfather — Called 911, Waited For Deputies
The Washington area man accused of killing his grandfather at his breakfast table Wednesday morning was known to law enforcement. Jeremiah Bair, 25, is charged with shooting Harold Humphrey, 86, following a disagreement in Humphrey’s home, according to a probable cause statement filed in the prosecu