Arnold Police Seek Road Rage Suspect

Arnold Police Seek Road Rage Suspect

ARNOLD (KTRS) Police in Arnold are looking for a man they say was involved in a road rage incident this past week in which he allegedly assaulted a woman. According to Arnold Police Lieutenant Jim Jones, it happened Friday night at the Walgreens on Vogel Road at West Outer Road. The woman says a man began…

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Missouri Mother Accused Of Drowning Infant Son

Missouri Mother Accused Of Drowning Infant Son

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (AP) – A Missouri woman has been charged in the drowning death of her six-month-old son. The St. Joseph News-Press reports that 27-year-old Sydney Jones, of St. Joseph, is scheduled to be arraigned Wednesday on a charge of abuse or neglect leading to the death of the child at her apartment. She’s…

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Missouri Attorney General Weighs In On Confide Messaging App

Missouri Attorney General Weighs In On Confide Messaging App

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri’s attorney general said Monday that he’s weighing whether to appoint a special investigator to check into use of the secretive Confide messaging app by several senior members of Gov. Eric Greitens’ office. Attorney General Josh Hawley, a Republican, was asked by Democratic state Sen. Scott Sifton of the St.…

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Independent Investigation Finds Problems At Missouri Veterans Home

Independent Investigation Finds Problems At Missouri Veterans Home

Bellefontaine Neighbors, MO  (KTRS) Persistence by family members of residents at the Missouri Veterans Home in north St. Louis County appears to have paid off. On Monday, Governor Eric Greitens announced during a news conference at the facility in Bellefontaine Neighbors, that an independent investigation found “serious problems” at the home. The investigation conducted by the…

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Missouri Prison Program Recognized For Veteran Rehab

Missouri Prison Program Recognized For Veteran Rehab

MOBERLY, Mo. (AP) — A new veterans ward in a Missouri prison is earning recognition for veteran rehabilitation. The Columbia Missourian reports that the Missouri Veterans Project began at the Moberly Correctional Center six months ago. Its success has led to similar programs at prisons in Jefferson City, Potosi and Boonville. The pilot program began…

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