Month: May 2018

I-44 crash injures two from Lebanon

PULASKI COUNTY, Missouri- A  two-vehicle crash Wednesday afternoon on the ramp at the 163 mm of I-44 injured the occupants of a car, the Missouri State Highway Patrol said. Jason Bowman, 38, of Lebanon was transported to Mercy Lebanon for treatment of moderate injuries. Bowman was a passenger in a car driven by Jennifer Legore, 30, also of the city who suffered minor injuries. The driver of the other vehicle involved, Serena Green, 29, of Waynesville was not hurt. Troopers say the crash happened when Legore stopped on the ramp due to conjested traffic and was struck by Green...

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Everything you need to know about entering Fort Leonard Wood

FORT LEONARD WOOD, Missouri-  This is a basic guide for gaining access to Fort Leonard Wood. Additional questions should be directed to the Visitors Center listed below, or to a trainee’s unit.   EVERYONE   Identification for everyone in the vehicle who is over 18 years of age Valid driver license for the driver Valid vehicle registration Valid proof of vehicle insurance All vehicles are subject to inspection Identification must be shown every time you enter the installation. Driver license, registration and insurance must be presented if asked.   DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE IDENTIFICATION CARD HOLDERS   Your military ID or CAC...

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Next governor says Greitens’ resignation will allow our state to heal and move forward

JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri (PRESS RELEASE) Lieutenant Governor Mike Parson released the following statement Tuesday regarding Governor Greitens’ resignation: Lieutenant Governor Mike Parson states, “With Governor Greitens’ decision to resign from office, he has put the best interests of our state and all Missourians at the forefront where they belong. This is a decision that will allow our state to heal and move forward from what has been a difficult time. This is an enormous responsibility serving as our state’s next governor, and I am ready to fulfill the duties of the office with honor and integrity, and with a...

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Tennessee deputy shot and killed, search for subject underway

DICKSON COUNTY, Tennessee- The Tennessean reports that authorities are searching for a suspect who they say shot and killed a Dickson County Sheriff’s Office deputy Wednesday morning. The Humphreys County Sheriff’s Office identified the suspect as Steven Wiggins. He is described by police as a white male, 6-feet, 1-inch tall and 220 pounds with balding brown hair. Wiggins should be considered armed and dangerous, authorities said. We've also added Wiggins to our Top 10 Most Wanted list. There is now a reward of up to $2,500 for information leading to his arrest. pic.twitter.com/vnERWldSXQ — TBI (@TBInvestigation) May 30, 2018   Residents and motorists are...

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Topeka police officer killed in off-duty crash

TOPEKA, Kansas- The Topeka Kansas Police Department says they are  saddened to report that  Officer Trey McCluskey was killed in a vehicle accident in the 6700 block of NW HWY 75 on May 29th, 2018. Trey began his service on July 6th, 2015. He was a well-liked and respected member of the Field Operations Bureau, working the night shift, the agency said. “We honor his memory of sacrifice and commitment. We commend his personal choice to serve the Topeka community in the noble profession of law enforcement”. “We offer our condolences and support to his family. We have sorrow...

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