A Coushatta, La., man faces multiple mandatory life sentences in prison for sexually abusing a young girl.
A stolen vehicle led to damage to a Riverside Police Department vehicle on Saturday, May 12 at Argosy Casino.
Breanna Cheadle was sworn in as the fourth member of the Dearborn Board of Alderman on Monday, May 14, a week after winning a special election to break a tie with incumbent Donald Swanstone Jr.
PARKVILLE, Mo. — For a second consecutive year, law enforcement representatives from more than 30 agencies in the Northland came together in support of one another and the community at the City of Parkville’s Northland Law Enforcement Appreciation Day Saturday, May 19 at English Landing Park.
Financial incentives for a pair of developments in Parkville were approved last week by the board of aldermen.
Two World War I veterans buried at the Camden Point Community Cemetery will have headstones to honor their service.
A Zona Rosa businessman was killed on Friday, May 11, in southern Platte County.
The long-debated issue of short-term vacation rental properties in Weston is again on the agenda.
The Park Hill Board of Education last week approved its master plan for the Hopewell Elementary School site, despite protests from a group of residents concerned about conservation of what they consider “Kansas City’s last forest.”
After two attempts to talk with Bennie Fries about drugs at his residence at 4615 NW Klamm Road in Kansas City, Mo., the Riverside Police Department got a warrant.
A firefighter with the Kansas City Fire Department received a 15-day jail sentence with suspended imposition of sentence after pleading guilty to a misdemeanor charge of animal neglect late last month in Platte County Circuit Court.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. — Tony Luetkemeyer officially started his campaign for Missouri State Senate, with the opening of his campaign headquarters on Saturday, May 5.
The Luetkemeyer for Senate campaign headquarters is located at 5015 NW Canal Street, Riverside and to celebrate the event, state treasurer Eric Schmitt was a guest speaker that helped kick off the occasion.
The Republican field for the 34th Senate District got a little less crowded late last week.
Scott Van Meter withdrew his name as a candidate in a field that features Harry Roberts and Tony Luetkemeyer.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Denise Carpenter wanted to have a job she loved and made a big leap of faith late last year.
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