Daniel Clayton appears to have kept his job as Ferrelview Police Department chief — at least for now.
PARKVILLE, Mo. — The City of Parkville has added a new park to its system with the final approval of a land transfer between the city and Platte County.
A body was discovered inside a car in a parking lot at Kansas City International Airport late on Tuesday, Sept. 12.
A woman from Maine told authorities that a tornado led her to seek shelter in a vehicle at a Platte City business, and she then allegedly used the car to ram through a locked gate in a bizarre incident that led to multiple criminal charges.
WESTON, Mo. — Visitors to Applefest will need to wait one more year for permanent public restrooms in downtown Weston.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — The annual Kick Out Cancer Classic hit its five-year anniversary last week, and the Park Hill School District community helped hit another landmark.
A man’s distinctive front teeth and an exposed tattoo helped identify a suspect in a string of armed crimes committed over the weekend in Platte County.
PARKVILLE, Mo. — A Parkville Planning and Zoning Commission meeting to approve the next plat up for development in the Cider Mill Ridge subdivision in The National turned into a nearly three-hour forum for unhappy area residents to vent.
A Dearborn, Mo. man has been charged with two felonies after allegedly causing extensive damage to a Platte City business.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens made a quick surprise visit to Parkville-based Rosnet last week to celebrate their growth and continued success.
PARKVILLE, Mo. — The Parkville Board of Aldermen took the first steps in acquiring the 131-acre Platte Landing Park from Platte County at its regular Tuesday, Sept. 5 board meeting. The board unanimously approved the first reading of the land transfer agreement, with Parkville “purchasing” the park from Platte County at the cost of $1.
With the summer coming to an end, the annual Edgerton fall festival will be held on the traditional second weekend of September.
A fight in the crowd brought a premature end to the annual rivalry football matchup between Park Hill South and Park Hill high schools Friday, Sept. 1.
The Platte City Board of Aldermen will have a spot to fill after receiving notice of an unexpected vacancy.
PARKVILLE, Mo. — Only able to stay for a short time, former Missouri secretary of state Jason Kander helped kick off a day-long festival held Saturday, Aug. 26 at English Landing Park.
A Kansas City (Mo.) Police Department Illegal Firearms Squad operation led to a high speed pursuit that started in southern Platte County and ended near Platte City earlier this month.
A record number of first-time freshmen began classes at Park University on Monday, Aug. 14. The school’s fall enrollment totaled 9,510 students, a 5.2 percent increase since last year.
Kansas City residents will finally have a chance to vote on a proposal for a new KCI Airport during the upcoming election.
The Ferrelview Board of Trustees plans to review police chief Daniel Clayton’s employment, but the embattled officer appears to face even bigger issues.
A 42-year-old man received 20 years in prison for shooting his wife during a domestic dispute in February of 2015.
A Camden Point, Mo. woman faces a felony endangering the welfare of a child charge in Platte County after investigators allege she burned her child with hot water.
Cloud cover and even rain in some areas left most of Platte County without a clear view of the much-anticipated total solar eclipse.
The Platte County Prosecutor’s Office filed charges against a second man in connection with the 2014 homicide of Francisco Vargas III in Platte County.
DEARBORN, Mo. — A meandering two-hour-plus meeting again featured citizens expressing frustrations, specifically with drainage ditches dug out earlier this summer.
The City of Parkville’s biggest annual festival will the this weekend in the historic downtown and neighboring English Landing Park.
FERRELVIEW, Mo. — Last week’s chaotic Ferrelview Board of Trustees meeting continued a trend of unrest in the community dating back to last spring with elected officials and citizens voicing a variety of grievances.
Solar eclipses can be predicted thousands of years before they happen, but no one is quite sure what to expect in Platte County because of the rare celestial event.
FERRELVIEW, Mo. — A representative of the Missouri State Auditor’s Office witnessed the dysfunction at the Village of Ferrelview first hand this week at another board of trustees meeting that got out of hand, despite the presence of deputies from the Platte County Sheriff’s Office.
Shiloh Springs Golf Course is up for sale with Platte County Commissioners expressing hopes that a local group will come together to take ownership.
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