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Man hospitalized after being shot Friday night

A man in his late 20s was taken yesterday to Mosaic Life Care after suffering a non-life threatening gunshot wound around 5:15 p.m. in the 5500 block of Pryor Avenue. The man was shot once in his abdomen after a conflict with multiple other people, St. Joseph police said. Two...
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Cameron events coming soon

1. MNAHA Pony Express Horse Show; 2. SOLD OUT - Carmon Henry Featherweight Retreat April 3 - 6, 2022; 3. UAC Varsity Football @ Plattsburg; 4. Birthday Bash 13 Celebration Package; 5. 2021 Fall Free For All;
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2 critically hurt after truck strikes mall department store

(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) Two people were critically injured after a truck hit a section of the East Hills Mall late Friday night. Police responded to the scene just before 11:00 p.m., they said a Chevy Silverado somehow backed into the building at or near the JCPenny department store, striking a pedestrian.
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Two critically injured after vehicle hits East Hills Mall

Two people were critically injured after a vehicle struck the side of JC Penny at East Hills Mall. According to police, the incident happened late Friday night when a truck backed into the building. A pedestrian and a passenger of the vehicle were transported for care. The St. Joseph Police...
SAINT JOSEPH, MO
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Lansing man convicted after photos of sexual abuse to preteen girl found on cell phone

LANSING, Kan. — A 29-year-old Lansing man was convicted Friday of two counts of sexual exploitation of a child after entering a guilty plea. The Leavenworth County Attorney’s Office filed charges after Google LLC discovered 13 image and video files of suspected child pornography, that was possessed by a user identified with an email that was associated with Curtis Ray Shepherd.
LANSING, KS
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Pirates homecoming comeback falls short

After coming off a close last-play win last week, Piper was left with a familiar feeling at the end of the game, rushing to top its opponent. Piper fell to Leavenworth 25-23 on homecoming night. Piper held its homecoming parade and crowning prior to the game. In the first quarter,...
LEAVENWORTH, KS
Leavenworth Times

Trial set in murder case

A trial has been scheduled for a Leavenworth man who is facing a first-degree murder charge. Stewart, 22, is charged with first-degree murder for allegedly shooting Floyd E. Ross Jr. Ross, 31, was found lying in a street May 4 in the 400 block of Kiowa Street after he had...
LEAVENWORTH, KS
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Troopers: 1 dead in wreck on I-35 near Kearney

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Board approves CRT statement

After failing to pass it last month, members of the Lansing Board of Education voted this past week to approve a statement regarding critical race theory. The statement, which was prepared by Superintendent Dan Wessel, says the Lansing public school system teaches curriculum that meets state and district standards for all subjects, and critical race theory is not part of these standards.
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