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Snow plows working to clear metal pipes from SB I-35 after semi crash
KEARNEY, Mo. — It might be August, but snow plows are working Tuesday afternoon in the Northland after a semitrailer crash along Interstate 35.
Convicted felon passed FBI background check to buy gun used to shoot 3 KC officers
On July 15, after a 9-day manhunt, undercover officers spotted Mack at the Sky Vue motel on 40 Highway near Interstate 435. When Mack realized he had been found, KCPD Chief Rick Smith said, “He just popped up all of the sudden and engaged the officer."
Structure fire in Excelsior Springs calls out multiple departments
August 13, 2018—Around 11:10 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 13., dispatch called Excelsior Springs Fire Department to a structure fire to provide mutual aid to Wood Heights Fire Protection District at a house fire near Elkhorn.
UPDATE: Red Cross assists Excelsior residents after house fire
On Monday, Aug. 13, a 911 call in Ray County around 11 a.m. dispatched multiple agencies to a structure fire at 13004 Lock Lane in Excelsior Springs.
7-year-old boy set on fire by other child, mother says | Tulsa's 24-Hour News, Weather and Traffic
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. -A 7-year-old boy was hospitalized after another boy poured nail polish remover on him then lit him on fire, the victim’s mother said.
‘Armed cruising’ causing concerns, Missouri cops say. Video shows people firing shots
During a busy night on Independence Day, surveillance video showed at least a dozen cars parked at a gas station in St. Louis.One by one, the video points out individuals armed with guns and at least one wearing a ballistic vest.Then, something prompts people to leave, and several are seen getting i
Newest Break Time store opens in Warrensburg
Buy NowAt the Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting for the new Break Time gas station/convenience store at Highway 13 and Veterans Road, Curtis Chaney, senior vice president of retail for Break Time/MFA Oil prepares to cut the ribbon with a crowd of Chamber members, city officials and civic leaders pa
Last full-service station closes pumps
WARRENSBURG – The era of full-service gas stations ended in Warrensburg on Aug. 2 when Buzzanga’s BP Service, 422 N. Maguire St., stopped selling gas.Owner Keith Buzzanga said the pumps were removed and the underground storage tanks will either be removed or filled with a concrete substance to meet
Santa Fe Tow Service Inc. Offers the Best Towing Blue Springs, MO - The Newsman
Vehicles are a great means of transportation, but in some cases, they may be a real pain, especially when they develop faults out of the blue without prior warnings.
In this KC-area district, boys and girls will share gender-neutral restrooms
No more separate restrooms for boys and girls, with rows of feet-showing stalls. The North Kansas City school district is going fully gender neutral at two new elementary schools, opening on Wednesday, as well as in a few renovated restrooms in North Kansas City High School and the sixth-grade cente
Pasta salad evidence leads to stolen vehicle arrest in Swaledale
SWALEDALE | A Missouri man faces a misdemeanor charge after he stole a truck in Swaledale, according to law enforcement.Andrew Cinque Jackson Jr., 36, of Gladstone, Missouri, was charged with misdemeanor operating a vehicle without owner’s consent following an incident Aug. 9.A red 1992 Ford Ranger
Boy Is Doused in Nail Polish Remover and Set on Fire by ‘Friend.’ Now Grandma Has to Tell Him He’s Not ‘Ugly’
Ashley Lyons and her seven-year-old son, Julien, live in an apartment building on Hawthorne Place, located in Independence, Missouri.
7-year-old seriously burned while playing with 8-year-old
Police aren't identifying the children. But The Kansas City Star reports that the burned boy's mother is Ashley Lyons. She says her son, Julien Sandlin, was doused with nail polish remover and set on fire with a candle while he told the other child to stop. She says her son may need skin grafts.
Extinguishing safely: Base facilities to receive firefighting chemical upgrade
In 2016, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency established a Lifetime Health Advisory level of 70 parts per trillion for a combined concentration of perfluorooctanesulfonic acid and perfluorooctanoic acid. Due to evolving regulatory standards, these two compounds are classified as emerging contam
Brian Brown overcomes adversity, Will start P18 - Last Word on Motor Sport
Brian Brown pits his No. 21 car during Friday Night at the Knoxville Nationals. Photo by Connor FergusonIn Knoxville, IA,Brian Brownis a household name. The Higginsville, MO native is known for his great relationship with Iowa fans and dominance on the race track atKnoxville Raceway.Brian Brown over
Man dies after shooting near 61st & Tracy
KANSAS CITY, Mo.— Shortly before midnight Saturday, a black male later identified as Dajuan J. Alvarez, 30, was brought to Research Medical Center in Brookside with unknown and died.
Caldwell County man killed in dirt bike/four-wheeler crash
The Missouri State Highway Patrol identified the victim as Aaron B. Leamer, of Braymer, Missouri. The report said Leamer was taken to Cameron Regional Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead.
Man killed by driver fleeing from police had gone out to get ice cream for girlfriend’s kids
“The kids were a little fussy,” said April Mercer, mother of four, “so Thomas offered to go get them ice cream spur of the moment.”
Salebarn Weekly: Western Video Sale Over 60K Head
Top 25: Largest Steer & Heifer Strings Sold This WeekThe largest steer and heifer string sold this week was 349 steers (866#) from El Reno, Oklahoma at $133.00. The second largest string was 193 heifers (765#) from El Reno, Oklahoma at $135.00.
Sheriff's office makes 6 felony arrests
At 12:53 a.m., a Callaway County Sheriff's Office deputy was patrolling the Hatton area. During the patrol, the deputy made a suspicious activity contact with a female, identified as Stormy Harper, 42, of Kingdom City. The deputy determined Harper was a wanted person in Boone County for felony posse