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.
A Kansas City, Kan. man faces two felony charges after a witness reported him as a suspicious party last week near Kansas City International Airport.
Not only did the Park Hill School District just win approval of its $110 million bond issue in the April 4 election, it also announced the location of its LEAD Innovation Studio for high school students.
Once slated to be open at this point in time, the new QuikTrip store in Platte City will likely be completed in the early part of 2018.
The young archery program in the Platte County R-3 School District continues to show improvement.
Two incumbents and one newcomer were elected to the Park Hill board of education in the Tuesday, April 4 municipal election.
For the second straight year, Platte County will have a representative in the National Speech and Debate Association national tournament.
Voters overwhelmingly decided in the Tuesday, April 4 general municipal election to approve a no-tax increase to allow the North Platte School District to begin work on capital improvement projects, including a new junior high school.
Last week, a Clay County jury found in favor of Daniel Clayton at the end of a wrongful termination lawsuit the former chief of police filed against the City of Mosby.
A Platte City woman was charged with five misdemeanors after she allegedly assaulted a bartender and police officers during a fight Friday, March 31 inside a Platte City business.
Voters in the Platte County R-3 School District chose a pair of newcomers and the current board of education president in the Tuesday, April 4 municipal election.
A Kansas City, Mo. man was charged after allegedly leading police on a lengthy and potentially dangerous pursuit through rural Platte County.
A long-time fixture of Platte County government will be taking on a new role in charge of several consolidated departments.
There are four candidates running for three open seats on the Park Hill Board of Education. Two incumbents and two newcomers appear on the Tuesday, April 4 municipal election ballot.
RIDGELY, Mo. — Twin siblings — Arrabelle and Elijah Wagner— died after an apparent accidental drowning in a pond near their home Monday, March 20.
DEARBORN, Mo. — The North Platte School District wants voters to consider the future when looking at a ballot measure in the upcoming April 4 general municipal election.
PARKVILLE, Mo. — A small business on Main Street became the center of attention downtown last week for all the wrong reasons.
The Platte County Auditor found no basis for the Platte County Commission’s intent to reserve funds for future parks maintenance.
There are three spots on the Platte County R-3 Board of Education up for grabs but only two incumbents running for reelection.
A Parkville, Mo. park again became the center of a search for a missing woman, resulting in a grisly discovery Friday, March 10.
Curtis Ayers received a sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole, bring to a conclusion the court proceedings in the death of Weston, Mo. native Brad Lancaster, killed in the line of duty last year while serving the Kansas City (Kan.) Police Department.
WESTON, Mo. — Officials never considered the idea of discontinuing a popular commemorative bottle.
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