Duck Boat being raised from bottom of lake

Audio: Families in Duck Boat tragedy object to federal prosecutors’ efforts to delay lawsuits

(Missourinet) – Families of individuals killed when a duck boat sank in southwest Missouri July 19th are objecting to efforts of federal prosecutors to freeze their lawsuits.      The Kansas City Star reports attorneys for some of the victims filed documents in federal court last week, saying the suits were brought to get answers to […]

Livingston County Sheriff Website

Chillicothe man arrested on burglary and property damage charges

Livingston County Sheriff Steve Cox reports one person was arrested and charged following an investigation of a burglary and property damage at a home on LIV Road 228. Thirty-one-year-old Cody Lee Whiteside of Chillicothe was arrested for alleged burglary and property damage. Bond on a charge of second-degree burglary was initially placed at five thousand […]

Drew Juden

Fired Missouri Public Safety official takes shots at Parson, his replacement Sandra Karsten

Former Missouri Department of Public Safety Director Drew Juden is speaking out about being fired. He thinks he was dismissed by Governor Parson because the governor owes someone a favor. Former State Patrol Superintendent Sandra Karsten has been chosen as Juden’s replacement.     Juden says Parson did not ask about any important unfinished business […]

Sebastian Tyrese “Ty” Huston

Family members continue searching for teen missing since January

Mercer County has been mentioned by various publications as officials and family continue to request assistance in locating a young man from Centerville, Iowa who has been missing for eight months. Sources report Sebastian Tyrese “Ty” Husted has not been seen or heard from by his family since January 22nd. A family member said Husted […]

Marriage

New law changing age requirements for marriage become effective August 28th

Age requirements for marriage licenses in Missouri will change next week due to legislation passed by the Missouri Legislature and recently signed into law by Governor Mike Parson. Senate Bill 655 prohibits marriage licenses from being issued if either party is younger than 16 years of age. The legislation also bars the marriage of anyone […]

Door to Door Scams

Gallatin Police Department reports complaints of door-to-door salesman

The Gallatin Police Department reports having received several complaints regarding satellite TV salespeople going door to door pressuring people to change satellite services. Authorities in Gallatin say it is against the law for anyone to go door to door in Gallatin attempting to sell a product.  If you as a resident have someone come to your […]

City of Trenton Website

Trenton City Council votes to proceed with $1.5M headworks project at sewer plant

The Trenton City Council has voted unanimously to proceed with the headworks portion of sewer plant improvements. This followed a city council tour of the sewer plant and a review of plans for the headworks project. Previously, the city council authorized the effluent disinfection project to meet Department of Natural Resource requirements. That includes loan […]

Daviess County Sheriff's Department

Daviess County Sheriff’s Department arrests Texas man on eight felony charges

A man from San Benito, Texas has been charged in Daviess County with eight felonies. Online court information shows 39-year-old Gregory Scott Hill’s charges include burglary in the first and second degree, stealing and stealing of $750 or more, possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of a firearm, possession of burglary tools, and resisting […]