Copyright 2021 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. police lights KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Shortly after 7:00 p.m. Friday officers were called to a disturbance in the 3200 block of East 30th Terrace. Upon arrival, officers contacted a female outside a residence who reported she was involved in an argument with a male, when he assaulted her and fired multiple shots at her. She escaped and contacted police. Officers called the tactical
Women's Volleyball WEST PLAINS, Mo. (April 16, 2021) -- The third-ranked Snow College women's volleyball team will play for the NJCAA Division-I Women's Volleyball National Championship on Saturday, April 17 after a 3-0 win over Tyler on Friday. The Badgers will take on No. 5 Iowa Western after the Reivers upset top-seed Miami Dade in the semifinals. Friday's win over the Apaches marked the second three-game sweep of the national tournament for the Badgers, and their third 3-0 sweep in the last four matches.
COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ) MU Health Care is set to host the third and final day of its vaccine clinic Sunday at Faurot Field. As of Sunday morning, MU Health Care's website showed 554 available appointment times. Those looking to get vaccinated do need to register through the website, however registration can be completed the same day as the vaccine appointment. The clinic will use Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine, opening up vaccination to any Missouri resident 16 years or older. MU Health Care said the clinic in total
TRACKING THE COVID-19 VACCINE Johnson County, Kansas deputies throw parade for 100-year-old woman Updated: 10:32 PM CDT Apr 16, 2021 Johnson County, Kansas, deputies threw a birthday parade for Geraldine Mason, who turned 100 years old Friday. KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Johnson County, Kansas, deputies threw a birthday parade for Geraldine Mason, who turned 100 years old Friday.
JOPLIN, Mo. — Imagine how cool it would be if your own music — that you created — was on the radio or in a music video. That could happen to a high school student from Joplin. It doesn’t take long to figure out that College Heights Senior Josh Allen has a lot of musical talent. He already knows how to play several instruments, and he’s been putting that talent of playing, writing, and recording music in an American music Mecca. Josh Allen, College Heights Senior, said, “For me it’s just always
CAMDEN COUNTY, Mo. (KY3) - A Camden County man has filed a federal lawsuit against the county. Nathan Rinne took action after recently being banned from Camden County property. He describes himself as very active when it comes to Camden County politics. ”I’ve been to a lot of commission meetings,” Rinne said. “I ask a lot of questions that they don’t necessarily like because I’m really wanting to know where our money is going, what it is being spent on.” On March 2, his ability to continue such
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — The winning numbers in Friday evening's drawing of the Missouri Lottery's "Pick 4 Evening" game were: 5-9-6-1 (five, nine, six, one) Copyright 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Event Calendar Read the latest e-Edition Read The Post
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — The winning numbers in Friday evening's drawing of the Missouri Lottery's "Show Me Cash" game were: 04-16-17-22-34 (four, sixteen, seventeen, twenty-two, thirty-four) Copyright 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Event Calendar Read the latest e-Edition Read The Post
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — The winning numbers in Friday evening's drawing of the Missouri Lottery's "Show Me Cash" game were: 04-16-17-22-34 (four, sixteen, seventeen, twenty-two, thirty-four) Estimated jackpot: $122,000 Copyright 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. The Bottom Line: $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan would boost nation's economic future The Bottom Line: $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan would boost
Madam President Camp returns, hopes to continue shaping young girls into leaders KANSAS CITY, Mo. — After being forced to take a hiatus because of COVID-19, a Kansas City camp for young girls is back this year, and back to work at creating the next generation of female leaders. The Madam President Camp garnered even more interest since Kamala Harris was sworn in as the nation's first Madam Vice President. “Oh my gosh can you imagine the world if women didn’t have that voice in them that says 'I’m not
WEST PLAINS, Mo. (KY3) - Two pizza shop burglars in West Plains were recently caught on camera. Police are searching for both suspects, who hauled a heavy safe right out the back door of a Little Caesars location in West Plains. The crime happened Saturday, April 10 around 11:30 pm. Police say the intruders broke the front door glass and took a safe from under the counter. In video, you can see a person dragging the safe who appears to be wearing knee-high boots. The suspects loaded it up in the back of a white
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Steve Pokin with the Springfield News-Leader talks about how the April elections made history in the city of Willard.
LAMAR, Mo. — An early morning call led law enforcement to investigate a possible bomb at a convenience store in Lamar. Around 7:30 this morning, Lamar Police responded to a call at the Casey’s convenience store on 160 Highway. A man had entered the store shouting erratically that someone had put a bomb in his car. Police closed 160 highway between gulf and lexington. Upon further investigation, there was suspicious wiring running throughout the car. The Springfield Fire Department and Bomb Squad were called
He's had a successful, 22-year career at Neighbors Credit Union in St. Louis, Mo., where he served as CEO for over 12 years. The Landing - Night (JAX Chamber) JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The Board of Directors of Jax Federal Credit Union today announced the appointment of John Servos as the credit union's new CEO and President. His first day on the job was April 1, 2021.Servos joins Jax Federal Credit Union after a successful, 22-year career at Neighbors Credit Union in St. Louis, Mo., where he served as CEO for
Springfield Fire Department bomb squad - FILE PHOTO(KY3) LAMAR, Mo. (KY3) - A bomb squad from the Springfield Fire Department assisted authorities in a suspicious vehicle investigation Friday morning outside of a gas station in Lamar, Missouri. A robot from the bomb squad searched a car Friday morning outside of a Casey’s General Store, but found no bomb or explosive device. Police say a man acting suspicious went into the Casey’s General Store around 7:30 a.m. and said he had a bomb in his car. Police
Under the Obama administration, the Justice Department aggressively used consent decrees and court monitors to push changes at police forces found to engage in a consistent pattern of abuse, as people nationwide decried the police killings of Black men in Baltimore, Chicago and Ferguson, Mo. In some cases the Justice Department has not found sufficient evidence to charge officers in civil rights investigations, but it used consent decrees to address patterns of abuse by police forces, attacking the underlying
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Two local businessmen, Marty Crews and Andy Mills, plan to open a livestock auction between Thayer, Missouri and Mammoth Spring, Arkansas. (Source: KY3) THAYER, Mo. (KAIT/KY3) - A new business in Thayer, Missouri will create jobs and generate new revenue for the area. According to a report from KY3, two local businessmen, Marty Crews and Andy Mills, plan to open a livestock auction between Thayer, Missouri and Mammoth Spring, Arkansas. Crews and Mills said they hope to have the sale barn, along with a restaurant,