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Teen Killed in Farmington Crash

Highway Patrol identifies victim as Ryan Parrett of Bonne Terre.


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Flat Tire Causes Fatal Motorcycle Accident

The 1988 Harley Davidson sustained a rear flat tire that caused the driver to lose control.


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Arrest May Prompt Deportation for Missouri Woman

An arrest of a former general manager of CiCi’s Pizza in Farmington, Mo., may lead to her deportation because of recent information that was found.


The Kingman family survived a serious accident when their car went off an icy highway. A family dog ran from the wreck scene as two unknown men attempted to pull the family from the wreckage. The dog, April, was later found and reunited with the family nearly a week later. Now the family has discovered the identity of the men who helped them from the wreckage. Photo courtesy of the Daily Journal.

Missouri Family Says Thanks to Rescuers

Two weeks after two strangers showed up out of nowhere to pull a girl from an overturned car in a ravine, the family has finally had the chance to say thank you.


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Missouri Woman Pleads Guilty to Bigamy

28-year-old Michelle Declue pleaded guilty to the rare charge on Thursday and the judge issued the fine.


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Police Chase in Farmington Reached 130 Mph

19-year-old Jerico Pikal of Blackwell is charged with assault on a law enforcement officer and resisting arrest.


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Teachers Become Targets in Active Shooter Drills

Some teachers in Farmington balked this week after being told that a school safety drill would require them to wear goggles and be shot at with pellet guns.


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Gov. Nixon Calls Off Medicaid Talks After Lawmakers Change Venue

Nixon invited the House and Senate Interim Committees on Medicaid to meet with him and his administration across the street from his mansion.



With More Cyclists Come More Complaints in Farmington

Farmington became a destination along the TransAmerica Trail when a former businessman turned the old county jail into a pit stop.


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Plea in Eastern Missouri Meth Case, Murder Charge Dropped

32-year-old Robert L. Bunch of Doe Run entered the plea on Friday to a charge of attempted manufacture of meth as a prior and persistent offender. Prosecutors will seek a 24-year prison term.



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