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Mother Who Loses Kids in Lebanon House Fire Speaks
20-year-old, Alee Malleck was the only survivor in the fire that claimed the lives of her 6-month-old daughter, Patience and 1-year-old son, Andre along with their three cousins.
Missouri Highway Patrol arrests Texas County sheriff, deputy
In June, the Missouri Attorney General's Office confirmed it executed a search warrant inside the Texas County Sheriff's Department. However at that time, investigators would only say two employees were under scrutiny.
Houston police chief: Department still in good shape despite county challenges
“Law enforcement in our community took a big hit yesterday with the events at the Texas County Sheriff’s Department,” Ceplina said. “Several people have asked how this affects our department an policing in our community. The sheriff’s department is a separate entity of law enforcement, and each muni
Missouri's Castle House Is the Most Haunted Place in the Midwest—Buy It If You Dare!
The owners of the historicCastle HouseinBrumley, MO, have taken what is usually considered a negative for any home—its reputation for being haunted—and turned it into a positive. Billed as theHaunted Castle House,it's currently operating as a ghost-themed B&B, offering both ghost tours and overnight
Prison Inmate Serving Life Sentence has Died
Pratt was serving a life sentence for six counts of rape, sodomy, use of a child in sexual performance, and two counts of abuse of a child from Boone County.
Highway patrol identifies man accused of shooting trooper
MANSFIELD, Mo. (AP) — The Missouri State Highway Patrol says a Florida man suspected of shooting a trooper is hospitalized in critical condition.The Springfield News-Leaderreportsthe patrol identified the suspect in Wednesday's shooting as 32-year-old 32-year-old Colby Rey, of Orlando, Florida, on a
Judge sentences woman to life in prison for shooting daughter-in-law in West Plains, Mo.
The judge sentenced Angaline Ryan, 60, of first-degreee assault. Investigators say Ryan shot Tammy Hathcock several times while sitting in her car at a home near West Plains in 2015. She suffered several gunshot wounds. Hathcock drove to a nearby school and started honking her horn for help.
Bradshaw leaving Intercounty for CEO job at Co-Mo
Aaron Bradshaw, CEO/general manager of Intercounty Electric Cooperative in Licking, has been tapped to take the helm at Co-Mo Electric Cooperative, which serves mid-Missouri. Bradshaw becomes Co-Mo’s sixth ever CEO/general manager.
Ryan Sentenced for Shooting of Daughter-in-Law
A Texas County jury convicted Angaline Ryan of first degree assault, and armed criminal action, for shooting the woman who was married to Ryan's son.
Trooper, suspect injured in shooting during suspicious vehicle call in Wright County
MANSFIELD, Mo. — An officer from the local Missouri Highway Patrol troop has been hospitalized after being shot while responding to a call in Wright County.Troop G Information Officer Sergeant Jeff Kinder told Ozark Radio News Wednesday afternoon that the shooting happened this morning along a count
New faces this year at Buffalo Prairie Middle School
Greetings,My name is Buck Shockley, and I am the principal at Buffalo Prairie Middle School. From all of us at BPMS, we hope everyone is having a fantastic summer. I would like to personally invite you to visit our building throughout the school year to see the amazing things our students and staff
The Salem News closes press, to be printed in Jeff City
For the first time in its 100-year existence, The Salem News beginning next week will be printed at a facility outside Dent County.This week’s edition is the last scheduled for printing at the Salem Publishing Company facility at 500 N. Washington St., where the newspaper has been printed since the
Houston man faces felony assault charges
Joshua D. Carman, 42, of 901 Augusta St. in Houston, is charged with two counts of third-degree domestic assault (a class E felony) and violation of a protection order for an adult (a misdemeanor).
Four arrested in Morgan County drug bust
According to Morgan County Sheriff’s Department reports, in a joint investigation with the Mid-Missouri Drug Task Force, a residence in the 12000 block of Countryside Lane was searched for illegal drugs and evidence of fraud. Officers seized approximately 34 grams of methamphetamine and associated d
Missouri Highway Patrol trooper shot investigating call in Wright County; shooter in custody
NEAR MANSFIELD, Mo. --The Missouri Highway Patrol trooper is hospitalized after he was shot during a call in Wright County.The shooting happened Wednesday morning along a county road north of Mansfield. The condition of the officer is unknown. Emergency crews flew him to a Springfield hospital.Serge
D.A. Mallory information for 2018-19 school year
New teachers and staff changes● We would like to welcome the following teachers to D.A. Mallory Elementary School. In kindergarten we welcome back Jennifer McCorkill. Mrs. McCorkill was a kindergarten and first grade teacher here at Mallory for many years before transferring to Springfield R-12. We
Two face drug charges after passing out at McDonald’s
William C. Haines, 31, and Heather Parker, 36, are each charged with one felony count of possession of a controlled substance. Bond for both was set at $10,000 cash only.
Mayor uges work on plan than details vision for community
Houston Mayor Don Tottingham on Monday asked the city council to develop a strategic plan to better the community that would encompass several years.Tottingham said he was encouraging the council, himself and city administrator to engage in developing a vision that would focus of improvements for Ho
Houston Police arrest two on outstanding warrants
The following are excerpts from reports generated by the Houston Police Department:•Brandon J. Brim, 36, of 6052 Highway 17 in Houston, was issued a citation for failure to drive on the right half of the roadway after a two-vehicle accident on First Street at about 11:45 p.m. July 13.•Sarah Barnett,
Man hospitalized after falling 2 stories on to concrete in Camden County
LAKE OZARK, Mo. --The Camden County Sheriff's Department is investigating a man's two-story fall from a balcony.It happened Saturday morning at Camden on the Lake. Jonathan M. Ainsworth, 27, of Lee Summit hit the concrete below.He suffered life-threatening injuries. The victim is now in serious cond