The Platte City Park and Recreation board unanimously passed two items during its meeting on Monday, March 5 at the Civic Center.
Live music will go on for another month at a local bar and grill, while the purchase of a new police vehicle was approved during the Platte City Public Safety Subcommittee meeting on Monday, March 5.
The 2011 murder of a Platte City woman will be featured on a Discovery Channel series which premieres this weekend.
Platte County Public Works is preparing for its annual road maintenance projects, with the Parkville, Waldron and New Market areas high on the list for work this year.
A misdemeanor charge has been filed against the truck driver involved in the 2017 crash that killed West Platte High School head football coach Nate Danneman.
The City of Riverside has chosen Brian Koral as its next city administrator.
Paying back a loan to a gang member was the motive behind the bank robbery in Edgerton last week, according to court documents.
The latest Platte City Board of Aldermen meeting lasted three times as long in February than January, but everything presented in front of the board in the 32-minute meeting was given the green light on Tuesday, Feb. 27.
The small central Platte County community of Ferrelview has a way of getting headlines across the Kansas City metro area for a variety of reasons — attempted murder, rape, police department suspensions and some general unrest leading to a state audit.
DEARBORN, Mo. — In a rather brief session, the Dearborn Board of Aldermen approved two requests during its meeting on Monday, Feb. 12.
The Village of Ferrelview again has a chief of police, though only for the short term.
PARKVILLE, Mo. — Tony Luetkemeyer is on the campaign trail running for Missouri State Senate.
With school violence and how to prevent it at the forefront of many people’s thoughts in the wake of the Feb. 14 school shooting in Florida, the Park Hill School District is dealing with its own potential threats.
If there are going to be more cell towers popping up in the future, the City of Riverside wants to have a say in the matter.
The Park University adjunct chemistry professor detained by Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) whose story has swept across social media and national news is now in custody in the Platte County Detention Center.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A Parkville family that has been paying renters insurance since last April is now trying to figure out how much longer they can live out of a hotel.
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