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Early morning fire destroys business

An area business location was destroyed after a fire broke out in the early morning hours Monday, burning it to the ground. Fire departments from several counties were called to assist after a second alarm was struck. Potosi Fire Chief Roger Lachance said they were called to Coleman's Repair Shop at

DAILY JOURNAL - 2018-03-19 15:53:00

County deputies respond to calls

The officer observed no evidence that the home had been ransacked. The 28-year-old man who owns the residence searched inside and didn't notice anything missing. The deputy noted that a problem with the front door staying shut was identified. A deputy responded at about 4:15 a.m. March 7 after a 48-

HOUSTONHERALD.COM - 2018-03-19 18:36:00

Man found shot to death inside vehicle in West End neighborhood - KMOV.com

BREAKINGMan found shot to death inside vehicle in West End neighborhoodMan found shot to death inside vehicle in West End neighborhood Updated: Monday, March 19 2018 11:52 AM EDT2018-03-19 15:52:04 GMT A man was found dead inside a vehicle in St. Louis' West End neighborhood Monday morning.More > A

KMOV - 2018-03-19 18:52:00

More than $67,000 worth of items stolen from Dittmer home - KMOV.com

Thousands of dollars worth of items were stolen during a Jefferson County home invasion, including a couch, a refrigerator and an air-conditioning unit. Appliances, collectibles and other items valued at $67,750 were stolen from a home in the 7000 block of Dittmer Ridge Rd. in Dittmer, Missouri. The

KMOV - 2018-03-18 22:19:00

Big retailers urge Trump against massive China tariffs

Several large retail companies, including Walmart, Target, Best Buy and Macy's, are making a direct appeal to President Donald Trump not to impose massive tariffs on goods imported from China, in a letter sent to the White House on Monday. The Trump administration is said to be preparing tariffs aga

ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH - 2018-03-19 12:06:00

Man falsely claimed he had bomb in bag while on Metro bus, polic - KMOV.com

Man falsely claimed he had bomb in bag while on Metro bus, police sayMan falsely claimed he had bomb in bag while on Metro bus, police say Updated: Monday, March 19 2018 9:48 PM EDT2018-03-20 01:48:13 GMT A man was arrested after police said he told other passengers on a Metro bus that he had a bomb

KMOV - 2018-03-20 04:48:00

Warrenton Doctor Is Indicted in Federal Courtn Previously Worked in Washington

A neurologist who had worked in Washington for several years has been indicted in federal court, accused of illegally prescribing powerful opioid pain medications for women he was having personal relationships with. Dr. Philip D. Dean, 62, of Warrenton, was indicted Thursday by the U.S. Attorney's O


Magnetic signs on cars used to recruit potential organ donors - KMOV.com

Family and friends are using magnetic signs to spread the word about a Hillsboro woman's need for an organ donation. Liz Barton is a 37-year old wife and mother who was born with a rare congenital disorder which has severely damaged her kidneys. She went on the organ donation waiting list in January

KMOV - 2018-03-20 02:09:00

Stephens resigns as Houston Middle School principal

Amber Stephens has resigned as Houston Middle School principal. Dr. Allen Moss, superintendent, said Stephens has accepted a position as elementary counselor and special education process coordinator at Licking Schools. Her resignation was accepted Tuesday night by the Houston school board and annou


Suspect Steals Car From WHS - Crashes Into Truck

A Washington man who allegedly stole a car from the Washington High School parking lot and crashed into a parked car at the Mercy South Tuesday has been charged with multiple felonies. Washington police said Trent E. Embly, 19, broke into at least 10 vehicles and stole change, cash, a debit card and


Dixon, Mo. angler, 11, hooks Missouri-record, possible world record for a redhorse

DIXON, Mo. (Edited News Release) -- The Missouri Department of Conservation reports an angler, 11, from Dixon, Mo. not only hooked a state record but possibly a world record. Maverick Yoakum caught a river redhorse on Tavern Creek using a rod and reel. The new "pole and line" record river redhorse w


Power of Purse Event March 22 at KC Hall - KMOV News Reporter to Emcee

Paige Hulsey from the KMOV news team will emcee the upcoming United Way Power of the Purse event Thursday, March 22, at the Washington KC Hall. Hulsey, a St. Francis Borgia Regional High School graduate, grew up on a farm in Bourbon. She earned a degree in broadcast news and rhetoric from Drake Univ


'Pound pups' hope to find forever homes

Subscribe to discover fast, unlimited access. A dog at the Park Hills Pound and two dogs at the Farmington Pound are seeking their owners or new homes where they can be loved and cared for. Park Hills Pound 573-431-3122 Male pit bull is 1-2 years old. The officer says this handsome guy has a very pl


Man Charged With Stealing Pants From Kohl's

Missourian Staff Writer An Owensville man is facing felony stealing charges after committing his fourth stealing offense in a decade. Jeffrey R. Clark, 32, Owensville, was charged in Franklin County Associate Circuit Court with one count of felony stealing. Clark is accused of taking a $55 pair of g


Band Pulls Out of Fair - Part of Red Dirt Triple Feature

The Turnpike Troubadours concert scheduled for Friday night, Aug. 3, at the Washington Town & Country Fair has been canceled. The band has accepted an offer to tour with Miranda Lambert, canceling their previously booked shows that overlap with the new tour dates. "We are disappointed, definitely,"


Hospital Auxiliary Seeks Items for Annual Garage Sale

Mercy Hospital Washington Auxiliary is seeking donations from the community for its annual garage sale. Donations can be delivered after 3 p.m. Wednesday, April 11, at the American Legion Memorial Home, 1007 E. Third St., Washington. To make alternate delivery arrangements, people should call 636-23


Chlorination to affect city water

Subscribe to discover fast, unlimited access. Buy Now With maintenance work planned on the city's water tower in the coming months, Bismarck Mayor Seth Radford is forewarning residents that the municipality's water will be tasting different than usual for a number of months after the project has bee


One treated after early-morning house fire

Area firefighters responded to a house fire during the early morning hours Friday and were called back for a second time when the flames rekindled in the attic. A family of three narrowly escaped their burning home early Friday morning after their smoke alarms woke them from sleep. Park Hills Fire C


Inmate charged with escape from state prison

A state inmate who walked away Jan. 25 from a prison at Licking was charged Thursday with escape. John T. Long, 41, who already is held in the Department of Corrections system outside of the county, was captured by a Licking city officer on Feb. 3 south of town. Authorities said Long was still weari


Charges filed in infant death

A local woman is being charged in the death of her infant who died just hours after being born at her home. Roberta Baker, 36, of Bonne Terre, is charged with a class A felony of abuse or neglect of child. According to the probable cause statement, on Feb. 22 at 3 a.m. Baker delivered her child at h