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Shooting Victim Identified in Phelps County

ROLLA, Mo. -- Investigators have released the name of a man who was shot to death earlier this week at a home outside of Rolla, along with more information about how it reportedly happened. The Sheriff's department, in a news release, said William Lee Dale, 39, died of a gunshot wound to the upper t


Homeowner shoots, kills intruder after assault, deputies say

ROLLA, Mo. (KOZR) - A homeowner shot a killed a man who had unlawfully entered the home and assaulted the homeowner, according to a release from the Phelps County Sheriff's Office. Early Tuesday morning, at approximately 1:15 a.m. authorities began an investigation into a shooting in the 10000 bloc

WNCN.COM - 2018-01-19 15:22:48

Authorities identify victim from fatal house fire

Richland, Mo. - (1/18/18) The identity of the person killed in a house fire earlier this week in Richland has been released. Authorities say the home owner, Gary Wilson, 62, was identified through the use of dental records. Fire crews were called to a fully involved structure fire late Tuesday night


Intruder shot in Missouri home after assault

ROLLA, Mo. (AP) - Authorities say an intruder in a Missouri home has been shot and killed after assaulting another man. The Phelps County Sheriff's Office says the shooting happened early Tuesday. The slain man was identified as 39-year-old William Lee Dale, of Rolla. The release says Dale unlawfull

KFVS12 - 2018-01-19 18:54:58

Southworth sentenced to seven years on sex charge; more victims share stories of abuse

A Houston man was sentenced Friday to seven years in prison for inappropriately touching a 14-year-old girl in the summer of 2016. Jonathan David Shane Southworth, 31, received the maximum penalty he faced for second-degree statutory sodomy. He also received a two-year sentence for felony possession

HOUSTONHERALD.COM - 2018-01-19 21:45:00

Woman faces felony sexual charges after alleged contact with boy at Cabool treatment facility

A Cabool Police Department investigation has resulted in felony charges against a West Plains woman accused of having sexual contact in December with a boy at the Gentry Residential Treatment Facility at Cabool. Following the investigation, Lorin Trick, 22, of 1923 Anne St. in West Plains, is charge


Woman Accused of Having Relations with Resident at Detention Center

HOUSTON, Mo. - A West Plains woman faces charges of sexual contact with a student and sexual conduct with a prisoner or offender by an officer or employee of a jail or correctional facility. 22-year-old Lorin Trick was arrested on Friday, January 12. The charges were filed earlier in the month. A pr


Two Salem men convicted of sex crimes against children

Two Salem men were sentenced to prison terms Wednesday after pleading guilty to sex crimes against children. Both cases were prosecuted in circuit court by Dent County Prosecuting Attorney Andrew Curley. Clarence E. Artrip, 34, pled guilty to first degree statutory rape and was sentenced by Judge


Simmons splits with Leland - ddtonline.com: Sports

HOLLANDALE - Simmons held Leland to 24 percent shooting from the field as the Blue Devils coasted to a 57-25 win on Saturday night. The Blue Devils opened the game on a 12-0 run, followed with a 16-9 advantage in the second quarter. Simmons kept it going in the third quarter on a 14-7 spread, follow

DELTA DEMOCRAT TIMES - 2018-01-21 08:54:00

MHSAA Roundup: Leland, Simmons girls grab wins

CLARKSDALE - Four Lady Cubs posted double figures in the scoring column as Leland topped league leader Coahoma County 63-54 on Friday. Leland (15-4, 5-1) jumped out to an early lead after a 17-4 run in the opening quarter, but Coahoma County (15-3, 4-1) would answer with an 18-15 lead in the second.

DELTA DEMOCRAT TIMES - 2018-01-21 00:53:00

Cold weather increases profits for BancorpSouth ice skating events

TUPELO - Families, couples and even a few experienced ice skaters filled the rink Saturday, enjoying the final hours of ice at the BancorpSouth Arena in Tupelo. Kathy Long drove her two grandsons, aged 9 and 14, to the Arena for the first time ever on Saturday. She had never ice skated before. "This

NE MISSISSIPPI DAILY JOURNAL - 2018-01-21 06:15:00

Schools work on heating issues

Parents reported parts of Cleveland Central High School and D.M. Smith Elementary were without heat Thursday as students returned from being out due to snow and ice. Cleveland Superintendent Dr. Jackie Thigpen said physical education was held in another location at D.M. Smith Elementary School, due


Former Tchula chief levels misconduct accusations at Yazoo City Police Department

Kenneth Hampton, known nationwide when he was Tchula's police chief for his no-nonsense social media approach, walked into a Yazoo City Council executive session a little over a week ago, hat in hand. He had a summary of events leading to his termination as a Yazoo City police officer to present to


Restaurant Week supports special projects

The fifth annual Restaurant Week begins Monday and 15 restaurants are participating. The Cleveland-Bolivar County Chamber of Commerce hosts the week every year to encourage people to eat at local restaurants during a traditionally slow time. Participating restaurants add special items to their menu


Voice of the people: Joseph Boggess, M.D.

After reading the editorial reprinted from "The Greenwood Commonwealth" about ways to grow Mississippi's population, I had the following thoughts. Up to now I have been against the expansion of Medicaid in our state to those above the poverty line seeing it as another entitlement at the expense o


Mother's Mary: Assisted living home resident loses, then regains religious heirloom

FULTON - The last few months have carried a nearly unfathomable cost for Emelia Brock. And yet, in some ways, she feels blessed. After suffering a debilitating fall late last year, confining her to a wheelchair, the 96-year-old was forced to sell her home and permanently relocate to Charleston Place


Pelhams PLUS WEEK in REVIEW - January 16 - 19

--- Registration Next Week of New Kindergartners for This September; Parents or Guardians Must Personally Register the Child http://www.pelhamplus.com/news/schools/article_9cace246-fa18-11e7-86c2-53e1dabbb06a.html --- Pelham Village and Pelham Manor Police Conduct Active Shooter Training http://www.

PELHAMPLUS.COM - 2018-01-20 16:56:00

Greenwich police step up efforts against opioids

Published 2:46 pm, Saturday, January 20, 2018 GREENWICH - Town police officers this month will begin carrying Narcan, a medication to revive people who are in danger of dying of drug overdoses, part of a range of initiatives that local law enforcement is enacting to cope with the burgeoning opioid

GREENWICHTIME - 2018-01-20 19:45:43

Six-court squash center coming to Port Chester

Port Chester's development boom is no longer just limited to new restaurants and apartment buildings. A state-of-the-art squash center run by two former international stars is coming to the ever-growing village downtown this year. The ambitious project, set to open in April, will be led by Shaun Mo

LOHUD.COM - 2018-01-20 20:02:51

Stamford PD Busts 3 On DUI Charges In 8-Hour Span

STAMFORD, CT - Within a span of eight hours, Stamford police arrested three motorists on charges of driving under the influence, examples that prompted the department to urge people to "use a designated driver or take public transportation if you choose to drink alcohol." The separate incidents took

PATCH - 2018-01-19 16:54:58