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Investigation leads to child porn charges against Troy, Mo. man
TROY, Mo. — A Troy, Mo. Man has been charged with possessing child pornography.While investigating a network known for sharing child porn, Missouri State Highway Patrol detectives came across a file with more than 50 images. An investigator with the Missouri Internet Crimes Against Children Task For
Endangered person advisory issued for missing 16-year-old
Police described Stroup as a Caucasian girl, standing 5’3”, weighing approximately 125 pounds, with blonde hair and hazel eyes, wearing a red shirt, blue skinny jeans, and a red backpack.
All lanes of I-70 in Montgomery County closed due to 'multi-vehicle incident'
MONTGOMERY CO., Mo. — All lanes of Interstate 70 near mile marker 181 are closed due to a "multi-vehicle incident."CLOSED Interstate 70 all lanes near High Hill at mm 181.1 due to multi vehicle incident. Please use alternate routes. Refer to Traveler Map— MoDOT (@MoDOT)August 16, 2018Missouri State
Lincoln County police searching for missing 16-year-old with medical condition
LINCOLN COUNTY, Mo. — The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department is asking for the public’s help in finding a missing teenager.Ryann Marie Stroup, 16, left her home in the 500 block of Dogwood Way in Silex sometime after 11 p.m. Monday.She is believed to be in a blue 2009 Honda Civic with Missouri lice
New social media policy sets guidelines for elected officials in Wentzville | 70 West Sentinel
Last week, the Wentzville Board of Aldermen passed a resolution for a social media policy for elected city officials, so that “all residents and business owners within the City of Wentzville, Missouri, have equal access to information that elected officials are sharing through Facebook and other soc
Woman denied job in Chesterfield because name too 'ghetto'
Hermeisha Robinson, of Bellefontaine Neighbors, posted on Facebook an email she received from Mantality Health in response to her application.
School Bus Crashes Near O'Fallon, 3 Injured
At leastthree people are injured after a school bus crashedinto a ditch near O'Fallon Wednesday morning, News 4 reports. Two students and the driver were taken to a hospital, officials said, after the bus ran off the road and partially overturned on Hickory Hill Drive near Genteman Road shortly afte
Facebook Tips Lead To Arrest of Union Man
Union police said a man was seen stealing $39.36 worth of gas from a Fas-Trip gas station Monday, Aug. 6. He was described as wearing a blue tank top, gray sweatpants, and red shoes.
51 Ford Hot Rod Pickup To Be Featured At Heritage Festival
The Bowling Green Lions Club Champ Clark Heritage Festival Car & Truck show will be held at the Bowling Green courthouse square Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018, rain or shine. Registration will be from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Fire Department: Man struck by his own vehicle
ST. CHARLES COUNTY, Mo. — A man is recovering tonight after being hit by his own vehicle in St. Charles County.A spokesman for the Wentzville Fire Department said the driver was having issues with his car when he pulled over in a work zone staging area at Highway W and Highway 61 Monday afternoon.Th
‘Telling Our Story’
Twitter, Facebook, Instagram are all social media platforms that are frequently used by millions of Americans to document the everyday moments.On Monday morning, Beth McCune Whitaker, the featured speaker at this year’s Board of Education-sponsored Welcome Back-To-School Breakfast, encouraged the lo
Editorial: Dog-breeding problem solved? Really?
Alawsuit in June by Missouri against a Lincoln County man’s “dog rescue” facility provided a distressing reminder of the need for strong public oversight of those who raise and shelter dogs. Man’s best friend is too often the target of his neglect and abuse. According to documents, the “shelter” — a
Hermann’s Dance Hall and Barrel’s 140th anniversary includes some new items on the menu
March 2018 marked the end of a half-dozen years of previous management of the Concert Hall and Barrel Tavern, but longtime employees, Christin Goree and Kevin Harmon didn’t miss a beat.
After turning back three choices, Wildwood council accepts mayor's nominee for open council seat
Council members Cheryl Jordan – who serves in the same ward that Bopp will serve – Tammy Shea, Kevin Dillard, Tim Woerther and John Gragnani were opposed, and Steve Taylor abstained.
Ferguson makes history: Michael Brown’s mom for city council; prosecutor ousted
Hillary Clinton meeting Michael Brown’s mother, Lezley McSpadden(Photo Credit: Lezley McSpadden)The city ofFerguson, Missouri,is once again making wide-reaching headlines with the help of two community leaders carrying the torch. The first isLezley McSpadden, the mother of slain teen Michael Brown w
Chesterfield man rescues driver from burning car on baseball field
CHESTERFIELD, Mo. — A man from Chesterfield is being hailed a hero after saving a man from a burning car.On Saturday afternoon, Brian Kanavan said he was driving down Clarkson Road with his family when he noticed a car had plowed into the baseball field on Marquette High School’s campus.“I was looki
Woman passing bad checks said to be ‘too old to be wearing Aeropostale’
Each time, she was spotted leaving the scene in a 4-door, silver 2001-02 Hyundai Accent that was missing its front passenger side hubcap. A man was behind the wheel during the incidents.
2 men killed in Berkeley crash had fled police stop in Ferguson
The two men,driver Mikel Neil, 49, and passenger Townsal Woolfolk, 59, were killedwhen Neil lost control of a Hyundai Elantra on Airport Road and crashed near Tyndall Drive in Berkeley, the Missouri Highway Patrol said. The crash was just after 9:30 p.m. Friday.
Florissant woman, 12-year-old girl drowned in dangerous stretch of Meramec River, officials say
Divers late Saturday found the bodies of Rose Shaw, 35, and Deniya Johnson, 12, both of Florissant, about seven hours after they went under water, a St. Louis County police spokesman said.
Two Suspects Linked To Burglaries Arrested
Justin I. Baxter, 19, Union, was charged last week in Franklin County Associate Circuit Court with two counts of felony burglary. He is being held on a $25,000 bond.