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Authorities: Remains in Missouri possibly of woman missing since 2014
Authorities believe the discovery of human skeletal remains in rural Crawford County could be linked to a woman missing for eight-plus years.
Salem man charged with assaulting sheriff’s deputies
A Salem man faces four felony offenses in connection to allegedly escaping arrest and then assaulting two sheriff’s deputies taking him into custody, according to documents filed in circuit court. Nickelous L. Terrill, 34, is charged with two counts of second-degree assault – special victim, armed criminal action and...
New judge assigned to murder case in Hermann
HERMANN, Mo. (KMIZ) A new judge has been assigned for the case of the man charged with murdering a Hermann police sergeant. The hearing for Kenneth Simpson, 35, of Steelville, set for Monday was canceled on Friday after the defense asked for a change in judge. Matthew Houston has been assigned to preside over the case. The post New judge assigned to murder case in Hermann appeared first on ABC17NEWS.
ALDERMEN: Board discusses equipment sales and purchases
The City of Salem Board of Aldermen held a regular meeting March 14, and after roll call, alderman Shawn Bolerjack motioned to table three of the resolutions on the agenda set to be discussed at that meeting. The board voted to table 3534, 3535 and 3536, all relating to quit claim deeds. The vote was 3-0, as alderwoman Kala Sisco was absent from the meeting.
Washington County Saturday Crash
(Washington County, MO) A 17 year old male juvenile and an 18 year old teen, Donovan L. Brand, both from DeSoto, are suffering serious injuries after they were involved in a one vehicle accident Saturday afternoon at 2:30 in Washington County. According to reports from the Highway Patrol The 17 year old was driving a pick up east on Old Bonne Terre Road, east of Highway 47, when it ran off the right side of the road and crashed into a tree. The 17 year old was taken to Cardinal Glennon's Children's Hospital at St. Louis while Brand was taken to Mercy Hospital South at St. Louis. Neither of the two were wearing a seat belt at the time.
Remarkable Woman: Susan Hinkle founded Missouri Patriot Paws to support veterans and first responders
ST. LOUIS — Today, we salute Susan Hinkle, founder of Missouri Patriot Paws, an organization that began in 2013 in Rolla, Missouri and has spread across the country. Missouri Patriot Paws finds and trains service dogs to support veterans and first responders who suffer with PTSD or Traumatic Brain Injury. Her trainers work in St. Louis, Rolla, Kansas City and Dexter, Missouri. If a veteran or first responder applies for a service dog and does not have his or her own dog to be assessed, Susan coordinates with a variety of organizations to find a suitable dog to match with each person.
Embattled Iron County Sheriff's attorney releases documents showing fight over surveillance footage was brewing
IRON COUNTY, Mo. — In the days leading up to an alleged parental kidnapping plot, court documents show the Iron County Sheriff was in a battle with his fellow county officials over something they really wanted: Access to audio and visual surveillance footage taken inside the courthouse, sheriff’s department and the jail.
St. James man arrested on outstanding warrant after giving Maries County deputy fake name
Charges are pending against a Phelps County man after he gives Maries County deputies a fake name. It was last Thursday when deputies were called to the Dollar General in Vichy to investigate two suspicious customers. When the deputy arrived, he was told they’d left the area in a gray vehicle.
Rural Missouri Sheriff, Two Deputies Arrested In Kidnap Plot
A rural Missouri sheriff and two deputies are jailed and facing charges accusing them of helping a man in a parental kidnapping plot. Officers with the Missouri State Highway Patrol on Thursday arrested Iron County Sheriff Jeff Burkett, deputies Matthew Cozad and Chase Bresnahan, and the father of the child, Donald Gaston. All four face multiple charges and were jailed Friday in neighboring Washington County.
Missouri S&T wants to bring mobile cancer treatment to rural roads
Health providers are more frequently using mobile clinics to provide services including dentistry and cancer screenings to far-flung patients in rural areas. Now researchers at Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla want to see if the mobile health care model could work for radiation cancer treatment, too. A...
Sullivan: Lessons to learn before investing in rental property
Investing in rental property can be a great way to build wealth, diversify an investment portfolio, and create a significant passive income flow. It can also be an excellent way to lose money, concentrate net worth in an illiquid asset, and cause an otherwise normal person to question their own sanity.
Painted streets and the ‘killing’ of rubber snakes — Rolla goes big for St. Patrick’s Day
This year marks 115 years since the first St. Patrick’s Day celebration in the city of Rolla. Although it doesn’t have a robust Irish immigrant population, the town boasts one of the biggest St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in the Midwest. “I tried to find how the papers...
Cuba, United States to tangle in WBC semifinal
Cuba is set to challenge the United States in a World Baseball Classic semifinal game that is sure to make history Sunday night in Miami. Sunday's crowd should be fascinating to watch because of Miami's large concentration of Cuban-Americans.
'This story has some pretty deep roots' | Attorney for Iron County Sheriff speaks out
IRON COUNTY, Mo. — One doesn’t need to look further than the conditions of bond release prosecutors are seeking against Iron County Sheriff Jeff Burkett to find out what’s really behind his arrest, according to his attorney. Should Burkett post bail, Washington County prosecutors are asking a...
French Heritage Seminar Set For April 1
The Old Mines Area Historical Society’s annual French Heritage Seminar is set to take place on Saturday, April 1st. This year’s edition takes on an extra layer of importance, as it is part of the Old Mines 300th Anniversary Celebration. The event will feature a number of talks and presentations. Event organizer Cindy Merx is most looking forward to a demonstration about the history of food in Missouri.
Experts to discuss creative impact of perfume, fashion on April 6
Missouri S&T’s Center for Creativity and Innovation will host two speakers Thursday, April 6, following the university’s second annual “trashion” show at noon in the atrium of the Havener Center. All events are free and open to the public. The April 6 talks will include:. “The...
Missouri State Highway Patrol arrests four on a multitude of charges
Members of the Missouri State Highway Patrol arrested the following individuals after a special investigation by criminal investigators within its Division of Drug and Crime Control. All subjects are considered innocent until proven guilty. Jeffery L. Burkett, 46, of Des Arc, MO, has been charged with the following:. Participating knowingly...
Zuniga Sees Positives Despite Opening Road Loss
The young Lady Tigers put together stretches of solid play in their soccer season opener, but two first-half defensive breakdowns put them in a hole they couldn’t climb out of. Rolla took advantage of its 2-0 halftime advantage to earn a 5-2 win at home Monday night. Republic controlled...
Investigation Leads To Four Arrests in Washington County
On March 16, 2023, members of the Missouri State Highway Patrol arrested four individuals after a special investigation by criminal investigators within its Division of Drug and Crime Control. 46-year-old Jeffery Burkett, of Des Arc, was charged with participating knowingly in criminal street gang activities, conspiracy to commit a felony, attempted kidnapping, accessory to first degree stalking, second degree stalking, obtaining criminal history record information under false pretense, misusing “911,” and making a false report. Bond has been set at $500,000, cash only.
St. Patrick’s Day events have been taking place every day this week on the campus of Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla
Today is St. Patrick’s Day, the day that St. Patrick as legend has it, drove out all the snakes in Ireland. St. Patrick’s Day events have been taking place every day this week on the campus of Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla. The celebration’s nine Honorary Knights will be honored during a coronation ceremony this evening at 9 o’clock at Leach Theatre in Castleman Hall, located at 403 W. 10th St. in Rolla. The 115th annual St. Pats Parade will be taking place tomorrow morning at 11 o’clock, with part of the parade route on Pine Street painted green in Downtown Rolla. Then from one to three o’clock Saturday afternoon, a free St. Pats concert will be held, featuring The Schwag, at the Rolla Band Shell at the corner of 9th and Oak Streets. The Schwag band, a band of musicians dedicated to carrying on the music of the legendary Grateful Dead band, has been playing this annual event for over 20 years. The St. Pat’s Board will be having an open-air concert Saturday evening at 6:30 on the lawn at the Havener Center. The performing bands will include Coin, Crash Adams, and Shiloh. Tickets are required and are free for S-and-T students, faculty, and staff. Tickets for non-S-and-T guests are $20, payable at the entrance site to the concert.
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