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Patrol charges Licking woman with possession of controlled substances
Arrest information is provided by Missouri State Highway Patrol through its online arrest reports atA Licking woman was charged Wednesday afternoon in Phelps County with possession of controlled substances and marijuana.The Missouri State Highway Patrol said Desarae D. Nunnery, was charged with poss
Dates set for Calderas trial
Briana Calderas (Texas County Sheriff's Office)HOUSTON, Mo. — Dates have been set for the trial a Cabool woman charged in connection with the murder of a transgender teenager that took place at her residence.Online court records state a pre-trial conference for Briana Calderas is scheduled to take p
2-Year Old Missing, Endangered from Rolla
ROLLA, Mo. -- (unedited news release) The Rolla Police Department has issued an Endangered Person Advisory for a missing person incident that occurred at 803 Avon Court, Rolla, MO at 5:30 p.m. on June 21, 2018.
Patrol arrests Summersville man on two charges
Cody L. Jennings, 33, was charged with felony driving while suspended and no seat belt. He was taken to the Texas County Jail for a 24-hour hold.
Smith commissioned as second lieutenant with Army
Tanner C. Smith, a 2014 Houston High School graduate, has been commissioned as a second lieutenant in the Army after successfully completing the Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps program and graduating with a bachelor's degree from the University of Kansas.
Eunice man faces seven charges following Wednesday arrest by patrol
A Eunice man faces seven charges, including two related to drugs, following his arrest Wednesday morning by the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
UPDATE: Missing 2-Year Old Found - Safe with Officers
ROLLA, Mo. -- UPDATE - 4:10 am. The Missing, Endangered Alert for 2 year old Adrien Miller has been canceled. The Missouri Highway Patrol says the boy has been located and is safe with officers. No other details were provided.
Rumors surround Eminence man's death in Jacks Fork River; officials insist it was accidental
EMINENCE, Mo. --Rumors of foul play have swirled around the death of a young Shannon County man found in the Jacks Fork River.But investigators insist the young man's death appears to have been an accident."I'd seen the boy in here fishing off and on. He seemed like a pretty good boy," Robert McQuer
Police safely locate 2-year-old boy out of Rolla
Adrien Miller, 2, was last seen Thursday evening outside of a PriceChopper grocery store with 31-year-old Julia Rose. According to police, a parent lent their car to Rose to go to the store; Miller was inside the car at the time. Rose did not return to the home of the person who lent the car.
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Houston police to conduct Fourth of July DWI campaign
On July 4, the country celebrates its independence with picnics, barbecues and backyard parties.
Prison escapee set for Pulaski County trial
A prisoner who walked away from the South Central Correctional Center at Licking in January will stand trial this fall in Waynesville.John T. Long is charged with the escape, a felony, and will appear before a jury Sept. 25-26 in Pulaski County on a change of venue. A pre-trial conference is Sept. 4
Chamber to host parade and fireworks on June 30
The Houston Area Chamber of Commerce will host a pair of events on Saturday, June 30.The day will kick of with an Independence Day parade in downtown Houston.Chamber director Angie Quinlan said the parade will begin at 10 a.m. and follow a route on Grand Avenue. The parade line up will begin at 9:30
Man convicted of sexually assaulting 5-year-old while stationed at Fort Leonard Wood
Feds say Craig Ralston, 39, was convicted Friday for the sexual assault, which took place more than a decade ago.
Problem solved by getting involved; the story of a NPS volunteer
Mike Homeyer, a local volunteer who donates his time, energy and resources to the National Park Service, often works at Cedar Grove on the Ozark National Scenic Riverways.Erin Harrell
67th Raymondville Picnic – A fun time for all
For 67 years, Raymondville has held its annual picnic, and it is still as popular as ever. People of a certain age remember attending the picnic with their dates, some now spouses, as far back as 1951 when the picnic first began. This year, the picnic was held from June 14–16. Similar to the 2018 Li
Mountain View man faces charges of second-degree statutory sodomy
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Mo. --A Mountain View Man is out of jail after he was booked for statutory rape in Howell County.Last week, Mountain View officers arrested 51-year-old James Prince, on allegations that he performed sexual acts on a girl when she was 14, sent pornographic images to a 16-year-old boy a
Calderas set for trial in February
Briana Calderas is charged with first-degree murder, armed criminal action and abandonment of a corpse and could face life in prison, if convicted. She is held without bond.
Shannon County deputies arrest chief of police in Eminence, Mo.
EMINENCE, Mo. --The Shannon County Sheriff's deputies arrested the chief of police in Eminence, Mo. for domestic assault.Officers arrested Chief Steven Hogan Saturday. He faces a second-degree felony assault charge. Authorities booked him into the Texas County Jail.A judge set bond at $5,000. He lat
Noble resident dies in Texas Co. motorcycle accident
CABOOL, Mo. — A resident of Noble was killed Sunday after authorities say she attempted to avoid an item that fell from a vehicle in front of her.A Highway Patrol report states that 46-year-old Danielle Neal was ejected from her motorcycle after it overturned 5 miles east of Cabool on Highway 60. Th