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MISSING: Troy, Mo. police looking for missing teenage girl without medication
TROY, Mo. (KMOV.com) -- An Endangered Person Advisory has been issued for a 16-year-old girl from Troy, Mo. The Troy Police Department said Kenzie Sutton has been missing since Monday.
Police believe Troy South Middle School ‘bomb threat’ came from Moscow, Russia
LINCOLN COUNTY, Mo. - Students were evacuated after a bomb threat at Troy South Middle School on Thursday. The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department said the email threat came from Moscow, Russia. Officials do not believe the threat is credible, but they’re taking normal precautions.
VIDEO: Chipotle manager punched by fired ex-employee in Kirkwood, Missouri
KIRKWOOD, Mo. -- A former manager is demanding compensation after being assaulted on camera and then fired from a St. Louis-area Chipotle restaurant. Rebecca Foth posted a video to Facebook showing her being confronted and punched by another employee on Dec. 5 at the restaurant in Kirkwood, Missouri
Missouri find missing 16-year-old
TROY, Mo. – Police are asking for the public’s help to find a missing 16-year-old from Troy, Missouri. An endangered person advisory has been issued for Kenzie Sutton. She was last seen Monday in the 200 block of Castlewood Drive.
Bomb threats, thought to be hoaxes, under investigation in St. Louis and around the country
At least three bomb scares, similar to computer-generated scares found in other states recently, have been sent to institutions in the St. Louis metropolitan area — including Troy South Middle School in Lincoln County.
Cold case solved: Men arrested in 14-year-old Lincoln County murder
TROY, Mo. – Nearly 15 years after the crime, investigators in Lincoln County have cracked a cold case murder. Approximately 18 months ago, Lincoln County Sheriff John Cottle assigned a cold case detective the murder of Byron Owens.
Missouri football assistant arrested for missing court date
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) _ An assistant football coach at the University of Missouri-Columbia has been arrested for missing a court date on a traffic ticket. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports Vernon Hargreaves was arrested Saturday after a University Police officer discovered an arrest warrant related t
Troy community news and events for the week of Dec. 5
The Tri Township Library, 209 S. Main, in Troy, will hold a book sale from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Dec. 7. Books, magazines, puzzles, games, DVDs and CD donations are accepted during regular library hours or on the day of the sale. The book sale is sponsored by the Friends of the Library.
‘Bomb threats’ in St. Louis part of nationwide mass robo-email
LINCOLN COUNTY, Mo. - Students were evacuated after a bomb threat at Troy South Middle School on Thursday. The incident is the latest in similar incidents happening nationwide.
Missouri Department of Conservation sets deer, turkey hunting dates for upcoming seasons
The Missouri Conservation Commission approved recommendations by the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) at the Commission’s Dec. 14 meeting for 2019 to 2020 turkey-hunting and deer-hunting season dates.
This Missouri Zoo Has One Of The Most Spectacular Christmas Light Displays You’ve Ever Seen
The clock’s a-tickin’. And, before you know it, we’ll be waking up on Christmas morning. That means we’re running out of time to get everything – from buying gifts to baking cookies – done. But, don’t let the frenzy of the final days leading up to Christmas and New Year’s wear you down. Slow down fo
Missouri News: Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley Obtains Second Conviction Against Former Perry County Coroner Herbert Miller
Jefferson City, MO – Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley announced that his Office has obtained another conviction against Perry County Coroner Herbert Miller for stealing more than $3,300 dollars from Tom and Lila Welsh of Perry County, Missouri.
Christmas cheer turned to carnage 50 years ago in Carlinville, Ill., as man killed wife, kids, social workers
Those words from a 10-year-old begin to illustrate a Christmas party that turned into a mass murder 50 years ago in the Metro East. “Sherman Kline was not an evil man who set out to do horrible things.”
Former Marthasville Police Chief Charged
Former Marthasville Police Chief Eugene Jenkins was charged in Warren County Circuit Court with seven misdemeanor counts of misusing information from a police database. The charges of “misuse of official information by a public servant” arise from a Missouri State Highway Patrol investigation. In ch
Goldstein's late heroics lift Holt to win over rival Timberland
WENTZVILLE • J.T. Goldstein had only heard what a game against his team’s biggest rival was like. “Coach talked about it before and said it was one of the craziest atmospheres,” the Holt junior guard said. “He wasn’t lying. It was crazy out there. But I was glad to be out there on the floor with a b
Jefferson City's guard play, size wears down Troy in battle of unbeatens
TROY, MO. • Sophomore guard Makenna DeClue, who stands 5-foot-1 and was the smallest player on the court Thursday, said she didn't need to look up to see ailed the Troy Buchanan girls basketball team in its game against Jefferson City.
Bomb threats reported nationwide have many on alert – Hoaxes reported across US
MOSCOW MILLS, Mo. — A series of bomb threats were sent to schools, businesses, and government institutions across the United States. The threats originated from a foreign country with the sender demanding money.
Wentzville boy gives back to hospital that’s treating him
ST. LOUIS — Connor Maine has done it again! For the third year in a row, he got to play Santa to children at Shiners Hospital in St. Louis. "They've done a lot for me in the past and I'm wanting to repay it,” Connor said.
PHOTO GALLERY: Lincoln University mourns loss of D'Angelo Bratton-Bland
Lincoln University hosted a candle light vigil to remember the life of D'Angelo Bratton-Bland on Wednesday in Jefferson City. Bratton-Bland was killed Tuesday evening by a gunshot wound. Friends and peers gathered to recount their memories of Bratton-Bland.
Michael Cohen says he's 'done being loyal to President Trump'
(CNN) -- President Donald Trump's former attorney and "fixer" Michael Cohen said he is "done being loyal" to his former boss and admitted that he knew what he was "doing was wrong" when he arranged payments during the 2016 election to silence women who claimed to have had affairs with Trump.