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St Joe man found guilty of assaulting officer

Marcus Paden A St. Joseph man who claimed he was exempt from Missouri law because he is a “sovereign citizen” was found guilty Tuesday of assaulting a police officer. Marcus Paden, 28, was found guilty after a

Buchanan County booking activity 11/29/2016

Here’s the latest booking activity from the Buchanan County Jail. All persons included in this post are innocent of crimes until proven guilty in a court of law. These are courtesy photos. This information is provided by

Eagle Days coming to Squaw Creek

Staff from the Dickerson Park Zoo will present a program with captive eagles. At a previous Eagle Days, Pam Price of the zoo gave an eagle named Phoenix an outdoor break between shows. Photo courtesy MDC Squaw

Seasonal temperatures in store

Temperatures are on their way down to a seasonal normal just in time for December to arrive. However, dry conditions and sunny skies will keep it from feeling too wintry. Here’s the 7-day forecast from the National Weather

Police investigate two early morning burglaries

Police are investigating early morning burglaries at two St. Joseph businesses. According to the St. Joseph Police Department, a call came in at 2:14 a.m. from someone nearby the Dollar General at 3323 St. Joseph Avenue. The caller

Cab driver allegedly robbed at gunpoint

The St. Joseph Police Department is still searching for suspects after a cab driver was allegedly robbed at gunpoint over the weekend. Sgt. James Langston said a driver for All American Cab reported picking up two men