(whig.com) - Michael A. Studer, one of two Hannibal men accused of second-degree murder in the October shooting of a Hannibal convenience store worker, has pleaded guilty and will spend 25 years in prison.
The Pleasant View R-VI Board of Education last evening conducted the 1st reading of several policy updates recommended by MSBA and approved Tiffany Otto as the English language learner, Migrant and Homeless coordinator for the district.
(stjoechannel.com) - A DeKalb County family has filed a lawsuit in the death of 36-year-old Timothy Harris, who was an inmate being held for trial at the Daviess-Dekalb County Regional Jail in Pattonsburg.
PHOENIX (AP) -- A teacher at an Arizona prison was alone in a room full of sex offenders before being stabbed and sexually assaulted by a convicted rapist, according to documents obtained by The Associated Press about an attack that highlighted major security lapses at the facility.
Saint Lukeâ€™s Health System, in partnership with Centerre Healthcare Corporation headquartered in Nashville announced their intent to build a free-standing inpatient rehabilitation hospital in the Kansas City metropolitan area.
Facing a June 30th expiration of the current lease, the Grundy county commission yesterday accepted a new contract to renew renting space for the ambulance service to be housed at the city of Trenton's public safety complex at 17th and Harris in Trenton.
A Braymer man was injured in a two vehicle accident yesterday afternoon in Utica. 41 year old Jeremy Cosgrove received minor injuries and was taken to the Hedrick Medical Center in Chillicothe. The other driver wasn't hurt.
BOONVILLE, Mo. (AP) - A former Catholic priest pleaded guilty Tuesday in Cooper County Circuit Court to three felonies for molesting three teenage boys in the 1980s and was sentenced to 12 years, to run concurrently, on each charge.
DETROIT (AP) - General Motors is recalling another 3 million cars because of a defect that causes a similar problem to one that led to an earlier massive recall of small cars, and is linked to 13 deaths.
An effort is being made locally to determine whether there are enough laborers in north-central Missouri to interest a manufacturing company, described as "considering Trenton" as a possible location with 50 to 60 possible positions available.