Grand jury indicts Greitens on felony invasion of privacy charge

A St. Louis grand jury has indicted Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens on a felony invasion of privacy charge for allegedly taking a compromising photo of a woman with whom he had an affair in 2015, the city circuit attorney's office said Thursday. Northeast Missouri lawmakers respond to news of the indictment.

United Way of Mark Twain Area exceeds goal by nearly $4,000
Hannibal News

United Way of Mark Twain Area exceeds goal by nearly $4,000

More than 120 Northeast Missourians attended the United Way of the Mark Twain Area's annual meeting Wednesday in Hannibal, where it was announced that the just-concluded 2017 annual campaign raised $383,970, nearly $4,000 more than the goal.

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Deputy circuit clerk announces candidacy to lead Hannibal office
Hannibal News

Deputy circuit clerk announces candidacy to lead Hannibal office

Rural Marion County resident Chris Corum Tate has announced her candidacy for the Marion County Courthouse District 2 circuit clerk position in Hannibal.

Churchgoers participate in Lent Madness activity
Religion

Churchgoers participate in Lent Madness activity

A new Lenten activity has been gaining popularity over the years, and area residents are taking advantage of its fun, devotional nature. Lent Madness is a smackdown of saints in March Madness format.

Local Government

Canton to host town hall meeting to review survey results

The city of Canton will host a town hall meeting at 5:30 p.m. March 1 to review the results of a recent community survey. The meeting will take place in the media room at Canton High School, 200 S. Fourth St.

Education

JWCC offering new scholarship to Northeast Missouri students

John Wood Community College is launching a scholarship program for high school graduates from nine counties in Northeast Missouri beginning this fall.

UPDATE: Monroe City teen located safe in Hannibal
Police & Courts

UPDATE: Monroe City teen located safe in Hannibal

The Missouri State Highway Patrol says that Caitlyn Marie Carey was located safe in Hannibal, Mo., and the patrol has canceled the endangered person advisory.

Police & Courts

Perry man injured when pickup leaves Route D near Philadelphia

A Perry man suffered moderate injuries when his pickup hit a pole and trees Monday night near Philadelphia.

Police & Courts

Hannibal driver suffers minor injuries in crash on Route MM

Icy roads may have contributed to a one-vehicle crash Tuesday near Hannibal that sent a Hannibal woman to the hospital with minor injuries.

New Hannibal ordinance would allow businesses on Broadway to serve liquor outdoors
Local Government

New Hannibal ordinance would allow businesses on Broadway to serve liquor outdoors

The Hannibal City Council is OK with expanding the downtown area where businesses can apply for licenses to serve liquor outdoors after one business on Broadway was mistakenly issued one.

Local Government

Hannibal BPW directors choose carbon filtration system to filter drinking water

After months of hearing the pros and cons of employe a granulated activated carbon or reverse osmosis system to filter Hannibal's drinking water, Hannibal Board of Public Works directors made a decision Tuesday: granulated activated carbon.

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