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Shooting suspect pleads guilty

Lonald Ueligger A St. Joseph man has pleaded guilty to charges stemming from a fatal shooting in his garage last summer. Lonald Ueligger Sr. pleaded guilty to one count of voluntary manslaughter, admitting he shot Perry Smith

“Shades of Blue” cyanotype exhibition coming to Missouri Western

“Abundance”by Isobel Davis. An unusual photographic exhibition is coming to Missouri Western beginning Friday. The exhibit features work from national and international artists working with the cyanotype photographic process. “Shades of Blue: Contemporary Cyanotypes” will be exhibited

BBBS and Mosaic offer training on the effects of trauma

A local organization offers training this weekend on the effects of trauma on children.  Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater St. Joseph, through a grant from Mosaic Life-Care, is presenting “Fostering Resilience: Preparing children and teens to

Two arrested in child abuse investigation

Two Wheeling, Missouri residents have been arrested and charged with abuse or neglect of a child. Livingston County Sheriff Steve cox says in a news release that his office served a seach warrant at a location in

Murder suspect set for arraignment Thursday

Omar Martinez-Velez A St. Joseph man accused of murder is due in circuit court for arraignment Thursday. Omar Martinez-Velez was one of five people charged in the fatal shootings of Kevilee Villegas and Raymond Gonzalez on Safari

Portion of Route D closed in Caldwell County

KINGSTON, Mo. – Route D in Caldwell County is now closed due to a truck that has broken down, blocking the roadway. Local crews from the Missouri Department of Transportation, working with local law enforcement, have closed