A Kansas City man was sentenced in federal court for the armed robbery of a Gladstone pizza delivery driver after a suspect involved in the robbery was killed during a shootout with police officers.
CLAY COUNTY — In a packed courtroom full of Ralph Yarl’s loved ones and supporters Thursday, June 1, the judge presiding over the court case set a two-day preliminary hearing for accused shooter Andrew D. Lester, 85, for Aug. 31 and Sept. 1. Lester is charged with armed criminal action and first-degree assault in the shooting of Yarl, 16, a teen who went to Lester’s door by mistake.
GLADSTONE — At its recent annual breakfast, the Northland Community Foundation celebrated the kindness, compassion, generosity and vision of those who worked over the years to better the Northland community.
KANSAS CITY — As Jonathan Bransfield was headed to bed Wednesday, May 24, he received a call no Clay County and North Kansas City School District resource deputy wants to receive. It was from a Kansas City police officer saying one of his students was in crisis.
GLADSTONE — Two proclamations were issued at the Monday, May 22 Gladstone City Council meeting.
Missouri has a lot to offer for the Memorial Day holiday weekend with its state parks, lakes, sporting events and attractions. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, safety should be part of the holiday.
GLADSTONE — The Gladstone City Council met Monday, May 8. Two proclamations were issued.
Ahead of the June election for Kansas City City Council and mayor, the League of Women Voters of Kansas City, Jackson, Clay and Platte counties will host a series of online candidate forums to educate voters on where candidates stand on issues impacting them. A portion of Kansas City, including parts of District 2 and 4 and District 1 are located in Clay County.
CLAY COUNTY — The sheriff’s office of Clay County is warning residents of mail fraud after a resident fell victim to someone fraudulently forwarding the victim’s mail to Florida and attempted to open a credit card in the victim’s name.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol reminds the public driver examination stations throughout the state will be closed Monday, May 29, in observance of Memorial Day. Normal operations will resume on Tuesday, May 30.
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