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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.
Houston police to conduct Fourth of July DWI campaign
On July 4, the country celebrates its independence with picnics, barbecues and backyard parties.
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
Judge sentences Strafford, Mo. man for methamphetamine distribution
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. --A judge sentenced a Strafford, Mo. man in federal court for possessing methamphetamine to distribute and for illegally possessing a firearm.
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
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
Gainesville teen seriously injured after truck overturns
GAINESVILLE, Mo. — A Gainesville resident was seriously injured Tuesday night after the truck he was driving ran off-road and overturned.A Highway Patrol report states 16-year-old Ethan Harris was flown to Cox South Hospital in Springfield by Air Evac.The accident happened around 10:20 pm Tuesday on
They were arguing over a woman — then one started shooting, Missouri cops say
Two weeks following the fatal shooting, theU.S. Marshals Service arrested Williamsmore than 50 miles away in Springfield, according to KY3.
Lebanon man wanted for murder arrested in Springfield, police say
Cashawn Williams, 39, was on the run for two weeks after police say he shot and killed a 47-year-old man during an argument.
Emergency communications ‘Field Day’ set for Saturday
Houston resident Robert Simpson listens to a fellow ham radio enthusiast during the 2016 amateur radio Field Day event. Next to Simpson is his sister, Sue Simpson. This year's Field Day is set for this Saturday (June 23).Photo by Doug Davison, Houston Herald
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
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.
Woman killed after being ejected from her motorcycle in Texas County
TEXAS COUNTY, Mo. --A Yamaha Motorcycle driven by Danielle Neal, 46, of Noble, Missouri, was driving on highway 60 when she swerved to avoid an object that fell from another vehicle.
Trash pile grows at mobile home park in Lebanon
LEBANON, Mo. -Plaza Park Estates Mobile Home Park in Lebanon has a growing trash problem. The manager says the dumpster has not been emptied in more than two weeks because the owner is not paying the bill."The last time I spoke with him, he said there is no funding right now," Charles Norman, manage
Houston resident’s life saved by quick response at TCMH
Long time Houston resident Bob Joens went to bed like normal on May 12. During the very early morning hours, he woke up and he knew something was not right.“I decided to eat something and then my tooth began hurting,” Joens, 80, said. “That’s when I realized I better wake up Mary, just in case I nee
Speed limit changes coming in Marshfield
Additionally, West Washington Street (the Interstate 44 service road) from George Street southwest to the city limits is currently posed at 35 from Spur to Lundh, although the speed limit listed in the municipal code book is 45. City staff recommend lowering this section to 35 mph in the code book t
Ball bat drawn in dispute
The following are excerpts from reports generated by the Houston Police Department:•An officer was dispatched at about 4:40 a.m. June 8 to a Thomasville Road apartment regarding a report of a man being beaten with a baseball bat.Upon arrival, the officer observed a man standing in the parking lot of
Unclaimed property owners listed next week in Herald
Starting next week in theHouston Herald,State Treasurer Eric Schmittwill publish his annual list of people, who have $50 dollars or more in unclaimed property.
Window AC unit linked to house fire in West Plains
"We will actually come out and install free smoke detectors for you. They have a 10 year battery life, so you really don't have to really worry about them other than checking to see if they work, you know for ten years," SAID WEST PLAINS FIRE CHIEF ROY SIMS.
Ozark Life Flashback: Traveling circus visits Marshfield, Mo.
MARSHFIELD, Mo. --In times gone by, small circuses traveled from town to town. KY3's Ed Fillmer watched a circus come to Marshfield, Mo. in 1989.