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Four charged with burglary after being recorded by game camera

Bond for all four suspects was set at $10,000 cash only. The Dent County Sheriff’s Office reported Thursday afternoon that Murr, Raulston and Webster were all in custody while McElfresh had not yet been apprehended.

THESALEMNEWSONLINE.COM - 2018-05-24 18:17:00

Fire destroys house west of Licking

Personnel from four Texas County fire departments responded last Wednesday evening to a blaze that wiped out a house on Highway 32 about seven miles west of Licking.Licking Fire Department Chief Jimmy Sherrill said four trucks and 10 firefighters from his department responded after the call came in

HOUSTONHERALD.COM - 2018-05-25 14:11:00

Lake Ozark woman seriously injured in alleged BWI grounding on Lake of the Ozarks

Katherine E. Miller, 34, was a passenger in a 2018 Triton that was westbound at the 15.9 mile-marker of the Osage Arm when it struck the shoreline, ejecting Miller. The Missouri State Highway Patrol incident report described her injuries as serious. She was taken by ambulance to University Hospital

LAKENEWSONLINE.COM - 2018-05-23 23:39:00

Rolla man charged with rape at intersection

Tyler Joshua Dalton, age 18 of Rolla, was arrested after allegedly grabbing a woman, throwing her to the ground and attempting to assault her in a sexual manner.


Structure fire reported at Licking

The Licking Fire Department was called at about 5:15 p.m. Wednesday to a structure fire on West Highway 32.The Roby Fire Department also was placed on standby for the fire at 16282 W. Highway 32.

HOUSTONHERALD.COM - 2018-05-23 22:24:00

Licking woman arrested for HPD stealing warrant, drug paraphernalia

The Missouri State Highway Patrol said Patricia J. Hayes, 38, was also wanted on a stealing charge from the Houston Police Department. She was taken to the Texas County Jail.


Fort Leonard Wood report for May 24-July 20

Car Safety Seat Inspection, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. May 24 at the Exchange Parking Lot (look for Fort Leonard Wood fire trucks). Certified child passenger safety technicians will teach how to install a car seat correctly. For a complete inspection, bring car seat, car safety seat owner’s manual, and vehic

WAYNESVILLE DAILY GUIDE - 2018-05-24 00:00:00

Recruiters and NCOs pay attention: This is why soldiers are joining the Army today

“I think it’s interesting,” Army Secretary Mark Esper told Army Times on May 16 about the study’s findings. “I think you need to know what this generation is ― what motivates, what drives them to serve.”

ARMY TIMES - 2018-05-24 16:09:00

Audit finds nearly 5,000 rape kits in Missouri haven't been tested

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.— An audit by the Missouri Attorney General’s Office showed there are nearly 5,000 untested rape kits in the state.

KSHB.COM - 2018-05-24 18:42:40

Trick pleads guilty to charge, other charge dropped

A probable cause statement in the case claims that a resident at the Gentry Residential Treatment Center in Cabool told investigators he and Trick had three sexual encounters. Trick reportedly admitted to having sexual relations with the resident during her overnight shifts between November 29 and D


Camdenton Man Killed in Maries County Crash

BELLE, Mo. -- A man from Camdenton has died in a one car crash in Maries County, the Missouri Highway Patrol reports.


Licking resident seriously injured in Monday morning crash

LICKING, Mo. — A teenager from Licking suffered serious injuries early Monday morning after the vehicle she was driving ran off-road, struck a guard rail, became airborne and overturned before hitting an embankment and coming to rest in a creek.


Suit filed over state land purchase law

In a lawsuit filed in Cole County, the Missouri Coalition for the Environment, Phelps County resident Thomas Sager and the Great Rivers Environmental Law Center said legislation requiring the Department of Natural Resources to jump through more hoops at taxpayer expense to acquire land for state par


SILVER ALERT: Police search for man reported missing from Lebanon, Mo.

Police say Robert Gaddis, 72, disappeared from his home at 1135 Enfield Drive, in Lebanon Monday. He is 5'6", 165 pounds with gray hair, blue eyes, wearing a gray t-shirt and blue jeans.


Ex-ambassador: Trump is like a velociraptor

Most PopularArticlesSalem woman killed in Tuesday crash on Highway 32Two suspects arrested, one at-large, in Friday meth bustLaw enforcement searching for man who fled from traffic stopFormer Salem all-stater inducted into Fontbonne hall of fameATV trip ends with five misdemeanors filed against Sale


Accident reported south of Licking; vehicle down a ravine

Emergency responders were called at about 7:30 a.m. Monday to an accident south of Licking.The wreck occurred just south of the city limits on U.S. 63. One vehicle was reported down a ravine about 50 yards off the highway.


Missouri governor pulled over while speeding, not ticketed

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) – Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens was pulled over last week while speeding but wasn’t ticketed.Greitens spokesman Parker Briden said in a statement Tuesday that police stopped Greitens on Friday in Truesdale, near the governor’s home in the resort community of Innsbrook.Briden s


Houston officers investigate trespassing, stealing cases

The following are excerpts from reports generated by the Houston Police Department:•Christine L. Strong, 29, of 8205 Northview Lane, No. 40, in Houston, was issued a citation for first-degree trespassing after entering Walmart on May 18. She had previously been banned from entering the store.•Paul M


Accident reported south of Licking

Emergency responders were called at about 7:30 a.m. Monday to an accident south of Licking.The wreck occurred just south of the city limits on U.S. 63. One vehicle was reported down a ravine.


Former Salem all-stater inducted into Fontbonne hall of fame

Former Salem all-stater and Fontbonne all-conference basketball player Patrick McCoy, center, stands with his former assistant coaches Mike Johnson, left, at Salem and Lance Thornhill at Fontbonne, earlier this month as McCoy was inducted into the Fontbonne University Hall of Fame.Submitted Photo