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Albany Man Seriously Injured in King City Accident

KING CITY, MO – An Albany man sustained serious injuries in a one-vehicle accident in King City Friday afternoon. The Missouri State Highway Patrol report the accident occurred as 60-year old Kevin O’Halloran was easbound on Route Z inside the King City limits when his vehicle travelled off the roadway and hit a speed limit sign. The vehicle travelled through a ditch and struck a tree. O’Halloran was taken to Mosaic Life Care in St. Joseph with serious injuries.
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Washington Resident Faced with Felony Drug Charge

(ANDREW COUNTY, MO) – A Spokane, Washington resident is facing a felony drug charge following an arrest in Andrew County Thursday night. Just after 11 P.M. the Missouri State Highway Patrol arrested 41-year-old Ashley T. Steverson who is accused of felony possession of marijuana. He was booked into the...

Driver hospitalized after DeKalb Co. rollover accident

DEKALB COUNTY—One person was injured in an accident just after 7:30a.m. Thursday in DeKalb County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a 2020 Nissan Murano driven by Titus T. Whitelow, 34, Glendale, Arizona, was northbound on Interstate 35 one mile north of Cameron. The SUV traveled off the road,...

All-city fourth grader event shows off symphony

Elementary school students from all kinds of learning environments took a special musical field trip on Friday to the Missouri Theater. Fourth-grade pupils from the St. Joseph School District and the St. Joseph Catholic Academy as well as a group of home-schoolers took turns over the afternoon to take in the sound of the Saint Joseph Symphony. The performances served dual purposes: familiarizing students with how each orchestral section — brass, woodwinds, strings and percussion — operates on stage in the classical tradition as well as promoting future Saint Joseph Symphony events. The musical numbers, titled "Young @ Art," were conducted by Christopher Kelts.

Trial set for man charged with second-degree murder

The jury trial for a St. Joseph man charged with murder has been set for 9 a.m. Feb. 28. Nicolas P. Minear Jr., 19, is charged with second-degree murder after an incident on Jan. 1 when he allegedly fired a weapon into a residence from a vehicle, leading to the death of one resident, according to the case’s probable cause statement.

Driver of SUV injured when vehicle crashes on Interstate 35

The Highway Patrol reports a Glendale, Arizona man sustained moderate injuries when a sports utility vehicle rolled over one mile north of Cameron. An ambulance transported the driver, 34-year-old Titus Whitelow, to Liberty Hospital. The accident happened on Thursday morning, September 29th as the SUV traveled north on Interstate 35...

Cameron native named commander of stealth vessel USS Kansas City

Cameron native Joe Francis Abrutz lll recently visited his parents, Joe and Debbie Abrutz. Joe is a Commander aboard the USS KANSAS CITY, based in San Diego. Joe Said he developed an interest in naval history at a young age and always wanted to be a member of the United States Navy. He graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 2006 with a degree in Economics. He also earned a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in International Business from Loyola University in Maryland.

MoDOT Roadwork For Start Of October

Roadwork scheduled in northwest Missouri for the start of October includes pothole patching, pavement repairs, and shoulder work. In the local counties, the work includes. I-35 – Resurfacing project from just north of Exit 52 in Cameron to US 69 through October. Carroll County. US 24 – Resurfacing project...

Arizona Man Hurt in Thursday Morning DeKalb County Crash

An Arizona man was left with moderate injuries this (Thursday) morning after a one car accident in DeKalb County. Troop H of the Highway Patrol says 34-year-old Glendale, Arizona resident Titus T. Whitelow was driving a 2020Nissan Murano northbound on Interstate 35 one mile north of Cameron at 7:35 this morning when the SUV went off the right side of the interstate, impacted a ditch, and overturned coming to rest on its top.

Top 5: What's happening in the area

Hispanic Heritage Month event to celebrate Latin culture, cuisine: Saturday will be a celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month that will go beyond food and music. Bringing together Latin, Cuban, Mexican and Puerto Rican cultures, the inaugural Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration is a first of its kind in the area. It will start at 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 1, at Coleman Hawkins Park at Felix Street Square. The event will showcase the cuisine, music and touchstones of these cultures. It is free and open to the area.

Elks thank area educators during Saturday’s teacher appreciation cookout

The Cameron Elks hosted dozens of area educators for a barbecue dinner as their way of thanking teachers and administrators for their role in improving the lives of area children and teens. With the Elks previously putting on similar events for area law enforcement, Elks Lodge Member Charlie Carroll envisioned...

Six Booked Into Jails For Livingston County

Six bookings for Livingston County Law Enforcement Agencies are in the report from the Livingston County Sheriff’s Department. Monday, Daviess County authorities arrested 60-year-old Danny Ray Souders of Jamesport on a Probation Violation for a charge of possession of a controlled substance. He was taken to the Caldwell County Detention Center. A bond hearing is set for October 6th.