Diane Stephanie Byrd

Woman arrested after high-speed chase through three counties pleads “Not Guilty”

A Saint Louis woman entered a plea of not guilty in the Associate Division of Livingston County Circuit Court Thursday, September 17th after her arrest Wednesday, September 16th in connection with an alleged high-speed pursuit that began in Carroll County and ended in Linn County. Thirty-seven-year-old Stephanie Diane Byrd has been charged with felony resisting […]

Diane Stephanie Byrd

High-speed pursuit starting in Carroll County ends in Linn County with arrest of St. Louis woman

A St. Louis woman was arrested in connection with an alleged high-speed pursuit on Wednesday afternoon that began in Carroll County and ended in Linn County. The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office was notified about 3:30 regarding a Carroll County deputy attempting to stop a northbound white-colored SUV that was reportedly driving in excess of 100 […]

Murder

DeKalb County Sheriff releases details related to murder of Maysville man

More information has been released on a criminal investigation involving the death of a Maysville man Thursday, August 27th. DeKalb County Sheriff Kasey Keesaman says officers responded to the area of 1200 Highland Street in Maysville for a report of a 40-year-old male needing an ambulance as the man was found unresponsive with a gunshot […]

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Two in custody after pursuit and manhunt end in Wallace State Park

The Clinton County Sheriff’s Office reports two suspects are in custody after a pursuit that ended in Wallace State Park Wednesday, August 26th, and a manhunt. The suspects were wanted for questioning on alleged resisting arrest, possession of a stolen vehicle, and dangerous drugs. Deputies, the Highway Patrol, and Cameron Police were in the area […]

MoDOT

Missouri Department of Transportation reports an increase in work zone crashes

The Missouri Department of Transportation reports an increase in work zone crashes despite decreased traffic volumes. MoDOT had had 39 truck/trailer-mounted attenuators hit in work zones this year. That compares to 19 hits at this time in 2019. Attenuators are described as being “like giant, crushable shock absorbers” that absorb momentum and reduce the force […]

City of Trenton Website

Trenton Building and Nuisance Board to review 9 properties; City Council to review trash service, police car purchase

The Trenton Building and Nuisance Board will discuss multiple properties next week before the Trenton City Council meeting. Both meetings will be held in the Trenton City Hall Monday, July 27th. Of the properties on the agenda for the Building and Nuisance Board meeting at 6 o’clock that evening, five are listed under declaration of […]

Coronavirus Concerns

Missouri hospitals scramble to use new COVID-19 reporting system, or risk losing federal help

The federal government abruptly instructed the nation’s hospitals to shift last week to a new system of reporting COVID-19 data. Missouri Hospital Association spokesman Dave Dillon tells Missourinet they were given 72 hours to make the switch. “That’s when the wheels started coming off the wagon because the state data is linked to the federal […]

Chillicothe R-2 School

Chillicothe City Council to reimburse school district for their sports fees

The Chillicothe City Council has approved reimbursing the Chillicothe R-2 School District for their spring sports activity fee due to sports being canceled. City Administrator Darin Chappell reported the high school pays to use city facilities, and the reimbursement is for $1,950. Chappell told the council the Chilli Bay Water Park is doing well. Employees […]