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Joplin woman pleads guilty to exploitation of elderly man
Candace C. Linthicum, 33, entered an open plea of guilty Thursday in Newton County Circuit Court to a felony count of financial exploitation of an elderly person. Circuit Judge Tim Perigo set a sentencing hearing for Linthicum on Nov. 21. The Class B felony count carries a punishment range of five t
Neosho-based feed industry vitamin maker seeks injunction claiming former employee stole trade secrets
Nutra Blend, which is based in Neosho and is a subsidiary of Land O' Lakes, accuses the three defendants, former employees Andrew Noah and William Millikin and their current employer, Consumers Supply of South Dakota, of unlawfully stealing trade secrets in thesuit filed Oct. 10in the U.S. District
Former elementary school principal convicted of sex offense
CHEROKEE COUNTY, Kan. - On Thursday, Ray Alfred Golden, 81, of Baxter Springs was found guilty of attempted indecent solicitation of a child in Cherokee County District Court. Golden entered a plea of guilty in lieu of proceeding to trial, but maintained his innocence to the court.
Oren Safdie Set To Debut His Latest Play THINGS TO DO IN MUNICH In Arkansas
Rogers, AR, October 18th, 2018 - Every year Arkansas Public Theatre showcases Broadway and off-Broadway's finest playwrights and lyricists andOren Safdie's bold World Premiere of Things To Do In Munich is no exception. Safdie's most recent play, Unseamly, was described by the New York Times as, "A t
Joplin follow noses to two pounds of marijuana
Cpl. Paul Rowe said 924.5 grams of marijuana, a marijuana joint, $1,000 cash and various drug paraphernalia were seized shortly after 11 p.m. Thursday at 1504 S. Kansas Ave.
Joplin police continue Pickett cold case
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SCOREBOARD, LIVE UPDATES: With last-second field goal, Cassville wins conference title, ends Lamar's winning streak
Cassville High School ended a historic state run: With a win over Lamar, the Wildcats delivered the team's first loss in 57 games, and claimed the Big 8 West title.
Neosho looks to solidify district seed
"It feels good because it's involved a lot of work from these kids to get to this point," second-year Neosho coach Leon Miller said. "Still, we look at this game just like any other. We just want to go out and play well and finish the regular season strong."
Deputies find hundreds of marijuana plants on Greene County property
A tip about suspicious activity led to the bust, which took place in a rural area north of Ash Grove, the sheriff's office said
Fourth victim identified, more charges filed in Joplin man's alleged abuse of boys
Matthew D. Galati, 29, waived a preliminary hearing Thursday in Jasper County Circuit Court and was ordered bound over for trial on eight counts of statutory sodomy. Associate Judge Joe Hensley set the defendant's initial appearance in a trial division of the court for Nov. 19.
Last-minute TD lifts Neosho over Republic
NEOSHO, Mo. — Even Cade Lyerla wasn’t sure whether his game-winning catch was more of a jumping, falling, spinning or diving effort.
Two arrested after being discovered in vacant home near Columbus
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Aurora man receives probation for hitting ex-wife with truck
Michael F. O'Bryan, 59, pleaded guilty May 9 in Lawrence County Circuit Court to first-degree domestic assault in a plea deal dismissing a related count of armed criminal action.
Charges dismissed against last defendant in State Line Road robbery case
Jessica M. Knighton, 26, of Galena, Kansas, was scheduled for a preliminary hearing in Jasper County Circuit Court on charges of robbery, burglary and assault. The charges were dismissed at the request of the prosecutor's office because of an inability to locate the alleged victim to arrange for his
Second Suspect Arrested in Failed Burglary Attempt - Newstalk KZRG
A second suspect has been arrested in connection with a failed attempt at burglarizing the Scammon Express Convenience Store over the weekend. 18-year-old Seth Carter of Galena was taken into custody Thursday morning on a $2,500 bond for attempted burglary and theft. Surveillance video showed Carter
Series of texts between Neosho council members has some residents concerned
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Joplin man reports being victim of assault, carjacking
Lyle Niven told police that he agreed to meet his ex-girlfriend about 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at 32nd Street and Jaguar Road to give her bank debit card back to her. She showed up there with two men, one of whom punched Niven in the face while the other drove off in his 1999 Subaru Outback. The ex-girlfri
Felon accused of hiding gun in gas station toilet tank
Associate Judge Kevin Selby decided there was probable cause for Joseph W. Hood, 36, to stand trial on the charge and set his initial appearance in a trial division of the court for Nov. 5. Hood was arrested Aug. 11 in the aftermath of some drug-related arrests at a Joplin motel.
Alleged suicidal driver granted probation with restitution order
Sherry A. Gould, 54, of New Town, North Dakota, pleaded guilty Oct. 9 in Lawrence County Circuit Court to a felony count of property damage in a plea agreement dismissing a count of first-degree assault.
Storm Tracker Forecast for 10/17/18: Evening Update
Joplin, MO - Clouds increase tonight and Thursday so temperatures won't be quite as cold as last night. This will also limit heating tomorrow with less sunshine expected. Showers begin to spread into the Four States by Friday morning.