The Chillicothe Fire Department reported an occupant of a residence at 404 Vine Street at Chillicothe was treated for minor smoke inhalation, then, taken to the hospital for evaluation following a fire at that location around noon Thursday.
(JoplinGlobe.com) â€” A Nevada (MO) womanâ€™s hiring of two armed men to help her kidnap her 1-year-old daughter turned into a badly bungled crime in which the girl and her father were fortunate to escape being shot, according to Joplin police.
The unbeaten Milan Wildcats are after their third straight Tri-Rivers Conference regular season championship, a goal they can achieve with a victory at Putnam County on Friday night at 7 o'clock. The Wildcats walloped North Shelby last Friday night at Cal Hubbard Field.
NEOSHO, Mo. â€” A retired Missouri State Highway Patrol trooper has pleaded guilty to misdemeanor offenses and been assessed probation in a case involving the alleged sexual molestation of one young girl and the assault of another.
Trenton Rotary Club members were the first to hear a new initiative involving Trenton Police Department, city councilmen, and citizens of Trenton. Chief Tommy Wright used the occasion to introduce a program called â€śTrentonâ€™s Great Neighbors.â€ť
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) â€” A prominent Kansas City defense attorney has been hired to represent a northwest Missouri man at the center of a teen sexual assault case that has gained worldwide attention because of the way it was handled.
The Princeton High School coaches shows are recorded, and ready for you to listen to. This is the final interview of the softball season with Head Coach Chrystal Mayfield. The football interview with John Goodin will air at 3:30 Thursday afternoon on KTTN FM 92.3.
Two Princeton boys have pleaded guilty and were placed on probation for their roles in a Mercer County crime spree conducted earlier this year. Entering the pleas in Division One of the Mercer County Circuit Court were Colton Nelson and Vince Jennings Juniorâ€”both are 18.
Jefferson City, Mo. â€” Secretary of State Jason Kander awarded $1,733 in grants to Mercer County to increase election efficiency and provide up-to-date equipment and services for voters and poll workers.