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Missouri business owner sentenced to prison for committing arson against rival business and residence

An Independence, Missouri, business owner has been sentenced in federal court for his role in a conspiracy to commit arson against a rival business as well as a residence, and for illegally possessing a firearm. William “Bill” Joseph Reneau, 44, of Overland Park, Kansas, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Roseann Ketchmark on Tuesday, Feb. […]

Missouri State Fair Sheep Pavilion

Audio: Missouri State Fair in Sedalia focusing on 4-H and FFA youth this year

The 2020 state fair in west-central Missouri’s Sedalia will be a youth livestock show only, due to COVID-19 concerns. The 11-day fair begins Thursday and runs until Sunday, August 23. State Fair Director Mark Wolfe says Missouri 4-H and FFA members will receive an invaluable agriculture education experience in Sedalia. “I think we’re going to have […]

Missouri State Highway Patrol

Missouri State Highway Patrol issues almost 600 speed citations in high-speed enforcement campaign

The Missouri State Highway Patrol is providing the results of the Patrol’s high-speed enforcement campaign. From noon to midnight each day on July 17-18, 2020, troopers’ enforcement activity included: Citations for moving violations – 668 Warnings – 1,256 Traffic Stops – 2,557 Speed Citations – 598 Seat Belt Citations – 264 Motorist Assists – 513 […]

Coronavirus Update

Caldwell County reports 2 cases of COVID-19 from individuals who attended parent-hosted prom in Braymer

The Caldwell County Health Department reports it received notification of two confirmed COVID-19 positive individuals who attended the Braymer parent-hosted prom at the Stet Fire Department the night of Friday, July 17th. The health department is trying to identify and notify persons who may have come into contact with the individuals while they were infectious. […]

Kenneth Wykert

Maysville man found guilty of involuntary manslaughter and abandonment of a corpse

A Maysville man has been found guilty of involuntary manslaughter and abandonment of a corpse in the death of Leah Dawson of Maysville. A court trial was held this week with Presiding Judge Roger Prokes in Nodaway County Circuit Court for Kenneth Lyn Wykert. The court announced its verdict Thursday, July 16th.  The involuntary manslaughter […]