Roundup: methamphetamine conviction, â??Offender Watchâ?? notification & a weak tornado

81-year-old Keokuk woman a fatality in Missouri accident

An 81-year-old Keokuk businesswoman was killed in a two-vehicle accident Friday afternoon in Northwest Missouri.


Second methamphetamine conviction in 2012 nets Wayne County man 15 years in prison

A 40-year-old Wayne County man is going to state prison for 15 years following sentencing Oct. 9 for his second meth-related controlled substance violation in 2012.


State launches â??Offender Watchâ?? notification program

Crime victims who want to know when a registered sex offender moves locations, or anyone who wants information on sex offenders moving into or out of designated areas, can now register for real-time notifications through a new addition to the stateâ??s sex offender registry website.


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Armed man held victims in home, deputies say

Boone County sheriff's deputies say a man held victims in a bedroom and threatened law enforcement officers with a knife before being arrested on multiple charges early yesterday in the Lake of the Woods area.


Repairs and renovations coming to dozens of Illinois schools

Dozens of West Central Illinois school districts will get state money for building repairs and renovations.


NWS says weak tornado hit SW Mo. during weekend

The National Weather Service says a weak tornado was responsible for some minor damage in southwest Missouri over the weekend.


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