An inmate inside the Platte County Detention Center died Monday, May 22 inside the facility.
The Parkville Police Department plans to continue its investigation after recovering another vehicle that ended up in the Missouri River at English Landing Park in downtown Parkville, Mo.
A fourth person died from injuries sustained in a multi-fatality vehicle accident that occurred earlier this month on Interstate 29 near Platte City.
PARKVILLE, Mo. — Police agencies from across the Northland attended the Northland Law Enforcement Appreciation Day on Saturday, May 20 at English Landing Park.
The Platte County R-3 School District plans to expand its “one-to-one” technology program to the middle school level next school year.
An inmate inside the Platte County Detention Center died Monday, May 22 inside the facility, according to Platte County sheriff Mark Owen.
Reports of a potential sexual abuse led to a lengthy car pursuit when the suspect fled the scene after Platte City Police Department officers arrived to arrest the suspect at his home.
Three people died in a multi-vehicle accident Friday, May 12 on Interstate 29, just north of Highway 92 in Platte City. The cause appears to be slowed traffic due to a Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) striping project on a busy weekend, according to a Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report.
Platte County High School theatre students found a way to share their talents in the name of emergency preparedness.
PARKVILLE, Mo. — The Parkville Planning and Zoning Commission approved the preliminary development plan for the Apex Plaza commercial development off Highway 45 and Melody Lane, despite recent protests from nearby residents.
One man died in an apparent homicide that occurred Monday, May 8 in a neighborhood near Zona Rosa and Park Hill High School.
This past fall, Platte County High School put on a performance of the musical “How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying.” Plenty of effort went into the production, work that didn’t go unnoticed.
The jury trial for a Kansas City, Kan. man linked to a 2015 murder in Platte County has been set for September of this year.
Students ranging from elementary to high school performed during the Platte County R-3 School District’s annual “drum! Platte County Percussion Showcase.”
The City of Platte City started looking at its revitalization matching grant program last month, and the pilot started in 2015-16 might have limited time left.
Although Platte County is just a bit south of the prime viewing zone for the 2017 total solar eclipse, the visitor’s bureau is bracing for an influx of tourists.
One of Platte County High School’s qualifiers for the VEX Robotics World Championship competed on perhaps the biggest stage possible.
A driver was taken into custody last month after being stopped on suspicion of driving while intoxicated with two minors in his vehicle.
For the fifth-time in program history, Park University captured the NAIA men’s volleyball National Invitational Championship with an exciting sweep in the championship match last month.
DEARBORN, Mo. — After the overwhelming response to the April 4 election, the North Platte Board of Education is ready to move forward on construction plans for the whole district.
A murder trial in Platte County Circuit Court ended in mistrial last week when the jury could not come to a decision.
Park Hill won two events in the Missouri State Speech and Debate Championships over the weekend with a total of three champions.
A three-vehicle accident claimed the life of West Platte football coach Nate Danneman the evening of Wednesday, April 19.
PARKVILLE, Mo. — During one of eight stops across the state, U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill (D) spoke to the need to meet with constituents and hear from the people.
Victims may have the chance to recoup money from a Platte County resident who committed suicide as authorities closed in on holding him responsible for a multi-million fraud scheme.
Wells Bank continued the process of moving its headquarters during last week’s Platte City Planning and Zoning Commission.
FERRELVIEW, Mo. — The Ferrelview Board of Trustees meeting last week garnered area-wide attention on the local television news due to a controversial — and apparently unconstitutional — drug testing policy.
A Riverside, Mo. man faces felony charges after a verbal confrontation nearly turned deadly last week.
FERRELVIEW, Mo. — Change came to the Ferrelview Board of Trustees in last week’s municipal election and three newcomers took their place at a tumultuous and eventful meeting held Tuesday, April 11.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — To keep the honor a surprise, friends and family brought Mark Stephens to the Platte County Prosecutor’s Office’s 12th annual Crime Victims’ Rights Week ceremony.
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