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Three juveniles break into O’Fallon home, steal handgun
O’FALLON, Mo. – Authorities arrested three juveniles who reportedly broke into an O’Fallon home and stole a handgun Tuesday afternoon. The break-in happened around 5 p.m. Tuesday in the 2300 block of Mariposa Drive. Around that time, one witness had noticed three people entering his neighbor’s home by breaking a window in the basement.
Road rage shooting suspect had just been pulled over for speeding
Alexus Johnson was headed west on 364 in St. Charles County with her 1- and 4-year-old brothers in the back seat when terror struck.
St. Charles County residents upset over home value assessment
A St. Charles County homeowner said their home had an unfair assessment.
O'Fallon, Missouri, man charged for shooting woman during road rage incident
ST. CHARLES COUNTY, Mo. — An O'Fallon, Missouri, man has been charged with shooting at a woman during a road rage incident in St. Charles County. Dustin C. Duke, 39, was charged on June 1 by the St. Charles County Prosecuting Attorney with three counts of first-degree assault, two counts of endangering the welfare of a child and one count each of unlawful use of a weapon and armed criminal action.
St. Charles PD investigating Bass Pro theft
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV) - Police are narrowing their search for a pair of thieves believed to have stolen a box of ammo from the Bass Pro Shop in St. Charles. The suspects were seen in surveillance images. They also reportedly swiped a two-piece base set for a rifle scope and a camouflage mask.
Police in search of Amazon delivery driver after he keeps lost wallet
The O’Fallon Police Department is currently working to locate an Amazon delivery driver who was seen picking up a dropped wallet. Since it was picked up on Saturday, several fraudulent charges were made to the victim’s credit card.
St. Charles County farmer warns against over-watering during drought
The current drought is taking a toll in many ways, but Goeke advises backyard gardeners to avoid the temptation of watering too often.
St. Charles County Assessor to Mail Personal Property Notices of Assessment Change
The St. Charles County Assessor is mailing approximately 39,000 Personal Property Notices of Assessment Change on June 6. Taxpayers who reported additional personal property or made corrections to their 2023 personal property assessments will receive the notice. The mailing is part of County Assessor Scott Shipman’s efforts to further involve residents and make the assessment process less burdensome.
Construction closes Zumbehl bridge through August
In St. Charles, work has begun on a three-month project to replace portions of Zumbehl Road.
City of Wentzville encourages residents to save water amid drought
The state of Missouri is under a drought alert. City of Wentzville encourages residents to save water amid drought.
O’Fallon local scholars, June 8 edition
Lincoln University of Missouri The following area student is a recent graduate of Lincoln University of Missouri:
Vote for O’Fallon’s Sir Catrick Stewart for wackiest pet name
ST. LOUIS – A cat named Sir Catrick Stewart from O’Fallon, Missouri is in the running for a rather unusual recognition. Each year, Nationwide’s pet insurance team celebrates some of the craziest names among its insured pets and Sir Catrick Stewart was among the wacky pet names finalists. He has a sister at home and […]
See 2 Rare Birds That Were Just Spotted in Missouri
If you lived a million years, you still might not live long enough to see two rare birds that were just spotted in Missouri that are almost never seen in the Show Me State. If you consider yourself a connoisseur of winged creatures, you really should follow the website E-Bird. It is constantly updated with rare birds that are spotted in states like Missouri. Here are 2 birds that you practically never see in Missouri that were just reported by the site:
Bus driver shortages continue to affect schools, one system takes new approach
From Wentzville to St. Louis, schools are facing a stressful number of bus driver vacancies. In the Wentzville School District’s Transportation Department, a new approach is helping to fill some of those vacancies. Bus driver shortages continue to affect schools, …. From Wentzville to St. Louis, schools are facing...
Charges filed in Oct. 2022 fatal hit-and-run on St. Charles Rock Rd
An Overland, Missouri, man is charged in connection with an October 2022 fatal hit-and-run accident in north St. Louis County.
Live in the Lou: Trace Adkins is performing at Cedar Lake Cellars on Saturday
ST. LOUIS — On Saturday, June 10th at the Landing at Cedar Lake Cellars, Trace Adkins will perform his 'Somewhere in America Tour.'. In his 25 year career in country music, Trace Adkins has sold over 11 million albums, charted over 20 singles and won several awards! You might know him for his top hit, "This Ain't (no Thinkin Thing)."
‘Look what we found’ Group restores 19th century St. Charles County Cemetery, uses QR codes to bring history to life
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV) - Out in rural St. Charles County at Black Walnut Cemetery, you can be transformed in time. You can find gravestones of long-dead pioneers in Missouri, some even born in the 1700′s, it serves as a peaceful reminder of a simpler time. “When the sun...
Jackson trio reunites, striking big as Catfish cruise past O'Fallon
After taking third place at the MSHSAA Class 6 state championships on Saturday, it didn’t take long for three members of the Jackson baseball team to transition to the Prospect League. Jackson graduates Caden Bogenpohl and Quinton Borders took the field for their Cape Catfish debuts on Monday night,...
O’Fallon Around Town - June 8 edition
These are upcoming events in O’Fallon, Shiloh and surrounding Illinois cities.
Concerned over home assessment procedure
On Thursday, May 11, at 1 p.m., a white unmarked car drove up my driveway and parked. I had three barking dogs and I was standing in full view of the car. I was expecting someone to get out of the car, but they already had. I went through our back door and saw a gray-haired man in a blue shirt with no insignia, climbing over the porch gate. By the time I went back outside he was driving away.
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