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Leads sought in Moberly robbery investigation - KMZU

County Deputies were dispatched to a gas station at 1634 Route JJ in Moberly Sunday morning after 8 am. Surveillance footage shows what appears to be a black male between 5’5″ and 5’8″, weighing 130 to 150 lbs, producing a pistol as he demands money from a clerk. The suspect was wearing a grey zippe

KMZU - 2018-10-15 00:19:00

Sentencing decided for man guilty of statutory rape - KMZU

Court documents say Carl Sheets of Huntsville, pleaded guilty in August to felony charges of attempted statutory rape, incest, and endangerment of a child. A sentencing hearing is scheduled for 9 a.m. in Randolph County.

KMZU - 2018-10-15 10:25:26

Highway 63 crash totals both vehicles south of Lancaster

The pickup, driven by 58-year-old David Jonaitis of Livonia, had reportedly stopped on northbound U. S. Highway 63 to attempt to make a left turn when the northbound car, driven by 23-year-old Angela Meinberg of Kirksville, hit the rear of the truck. Both vehicles were totaled.

KTTN.COM - 2018-10-14 15:50:35

PICTURES: One suspect still at large after armed robbery

According to a media release, the suspect entered the store, took out a gun and demanded money.

KOMU - 2018-10-14 18:41:00

Audio: Missouri line workers in Florida encountering difficult conditions as blocked roads hamper progress

The 123 Missouri line workers who are in Florida to restore power had to use their chainsaws for more than three hours, just to clear roads to get to the Quincy, Florida area, near Tallahassee. Florida Governor Rick Scott says it’s the worst storm to ever hit the panhandle. Missouri line workers say

KTTN.COM - 2018-10-15 10:01:03

Restaurant in Hannibal caught fire during off hours

Hannibal Fire Department said Gabriella’s Mexican Cuisine in the Huck Finn Shopping Center caught fire Sunday morning.Officials said it happened at 8:33 a.m.Hannibal Fire responded all stations with eight firefighters.Upon arrival, firefighters found light smoke coming from the rear of the building.

WGEM.COM - 2018-10-14 17:30:06

Kansas ranks near bottom in percent of doctors taking Medicare; Missouri near the top

About 86 percent of Missouri doctors accept all Medicare plans, one of the highest rates in the nation. But across the state line, Kansans face one of the lowest rates of acceptance, according to a new survey.With open enrollment for Medicare plans starting this week, the survey provides a strong re

KANSAS CITY STAR - 2018-10-15 13:53:00

Trenton man arrested in Boone County

Maberry’s bond is $10,000 cash only, and he is scheduled for the Associate Division of Grundy County Circuit Court October 23rd.

KTTN.COM - 2018-10-14 15:38:09

Workshop on waterfowl hunting and duck decoy carving to be held in Kirksville

Anyone at least 12 years old can attend and learn about duck identification, ecology, and decoy history at the Northeast Regional Office the nights of November 5thand 6thfrom 5:30 to 8:30. Participants will be able to sculpt and paint their own decoy for use in waterfowl hunting or as art.

KTTN.COM - 2018-10-14 16:31:15

Novinger woman life-flighted after crash south of Martinstown

The Highway Patrol reports an air ambulance transported a Novinger woman to a hospital following a one-car accident five miles south of Martinstown Thursday afternoon.Seventy-two-year-old Carolyn Heidenwith traveled north on Highway 149 when the car she drove ran off the road and struck a ditch, whi


Bond reduction denied for NEMO man accused of kidnapping, beating estranged wife

According to online court documents,Daniel Stephens, 35, of Milan, Missouri requested to have his $75,000 cash-only bond reduced.


3 junior high school players charged with felony harassment

EDINA, Mo. (AP) -- Three junior high school football players have been charged in juvenile court with felony harassment and their coach has resigned in a case of alleged escalating hazing involving members of a younger football team.Related storyKnox County R-1 School District Superintendent Andy Tu


Neighbors shocked by what was dug up in shared garden

Jessica Rooks, one of the moms, said the children all enjoyed being in the garden and helping out.


One killed in Friday crash

Travis Kirk Lee, 30, died as a result. The accident reports from law enforcement conflict on whether he was from Centerville or Unionville, Missouri.


Governments move forward with ambulance subsidy

Midwest Medical Transport Company CFO Tim Hoffman said in exchange for $20,000 per month, retroactive to Sept. 1, the company will continue providing 911 ambulance services to the county.

DAILY IOWEGIAN - 2018-10-15 00:59:10

Here’s why a change to bingo laws is on the November ballot in Missouri

NORTH KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- If you’re a Missouri voter, you will soon have a decision to make on the future of bingo. It’s Constitutional Amendment 4, one you probably haven’t heard that much about.


One of Missouri's Most Haunted Locations a Short Road Trip Away

If you do an online search for haunted locations in Missouri, you're going to see one place over and over on just about every single list that comes up. It's usually at or near the top of these lists, and this place is pretty close to us. It's reputation as a haunted location has brought out TV crew


Editorial: Missouri voters should keep Claire McCaskill in the U.S. Senate

FILE - In this Sept. 18, 2018 file photo, Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., speaks during a hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington. McCaskill is facing a double challenge as she campaigns for re-election in heavily Republican Missouri for a seat that could determine which party controls the Senate. The p


No. 1 Alabama vs. Missouri: Game outlook, where to watch, listen

Alabama head coach Nick Saban walks the field as the team arrives before the Alabama vs. Arkansas State game at Bryant Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Ala., on Saturday September 8, 2018.Mickey Welsh


Another rural Missouri hospital to close, urgent care facility to replace it - Missourinet

“If you can imagine the heavy amount of infrastructure of staffing and resources that it takes to keep a hospital that size open for essentially just two patients,” said Hoffman. “So that’s an ongoing concern that we have had, and we’ve been evaluating for some time.”