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.
PARKVILLE, Mo. — Parkville native and newly crowned Miss Teen USA Sophia Dominguez-Heithoff arrived home over the weekend to a crowd ready to celebrate her accomplishment.
Demi Riechers ended up with an unexpected decision: honor a promise to her older brother or take a unique opportunity to throw a pitch to a Kansas City Royals player.
More details have been released in the commercial burglary late last month at the Trex Mart in Camden Point, Mo., but no charges have yet been filed.
Paul Thomas ended up at West Platte for a reason. The veteran coach didn’t switch jobs for the fancy new football facilities or to get away from a tough tenure at Warsaw.
The Trex Mart in Camden Point, Mo. became the site of a burglary investigation for the second time in a span of six months.
The City of Platte City has started the process of acquiring 4,200 square feet of property needed to complete a sidewalk segment and improve traffic flow near the northwest corner of Kentucky Avenue and Highway 92.
DEARBORN, Mo. — Residents took notice when a large part of Dearborn’s history started to come down early this week.
WESTON, Mo. — Random student drug testing in the West Platte R-2 School District has been repealed — for now.
The heat lasted all week, and the stormy weather held off just enough for the Platte County Fair to finish up.
The Platte City Board of Aldermen plans to continue looking at the future of facilities and transportation during the coming fiscal year.
One of Platte City’s most visited businesses will undergo massive renovations, upgrading an iconic location to modern standards.
Charter Communications continues to collect a non-existent franchise fee from its customers in unincorporated Platte County, according to a report given to the Platte County Commissioners this week.
Details show a drastic change for a former grocery store in Wells Bank’s pending remodel plans.
One man remains in custody after a bad check at a pawn shop led to a stolen police car and shots fired. Late on the afternoon of Tuesday, July 18, charges were filed against 23-year-old Jeffery Scott Brown of Kansas City, Mo.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A potential low-income housing development along Barry Road has some Kansas City residents concerned. They turned out in numbers to no avail at a Northland planning meeting Tuesday evening.
Livestock shows remain a staple in the area, but there seemed to be an event missing for locals wanting to show.
Despite rumors floating around, Edgerton’s annual festival Pioneer Days will be held as scheduled later this year.
As his business grew, Dr. Steven P. Billings ran into a conundrum with how to move forward. He was running three separate Braces By Billings offices — the original in Parkville, Mo. and the newer spaces in Platte City and Belton, Mo. — but needed help.
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