Archive - Aug 8, 2012

BREAKING NEWS: 1 year old boy found - Police have one in custody

A one-year-old has been returned to his family Wednesday night after being abducted from their home earlier in the day.

Just before 9:30 p.m., County police reported the one-year-old boy, identified as Carmon Cross, had been returned to the family, and was being taken to an area hospital for a wellness check.

It's not clear what time the abduction occurred, but authorities say it could have been as early as 11 a.m.; though police did not receive information about the kidnapping until the evening. County police began working the case around 7 p.m..

Our favorite moments of the 2012 Washington Town and Country Fair - All photos

This little guy was determined to stay cool during the warm afternoon temperatures.

Washington, Mo. – The Washington Town and Country Fair is so large it makes it impossible for us to cover every event going on. However, we would like to share some of our favorite moments.

DNR to hold public awareness session on proposed Utility Waste Landfill

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Missouri Department of Natural Resources will hold a public awareness session Aug. 14 on the permitting process for a proposed utility waste landfill in St. Louis County.

"Is This the End" - Sermon series at St. Peter's United Church of Christ

By Pastor David Poe
"Is This the End?" A Sermon Series on the Book of Revelation began Sunday, August 5, 9:00 a.m. at St. Peter's United Church of Christ, New Haven.  The series will continue through the next three weeks: Aug. 12, 19, & 26.
The Bible foretells a day when the end will come. In every generation people have seen signs and wondered if the end is near. What do these scriptures mean? Should we be afraid? Are we living in the last days?

QUICK ELECTION SUMMARY: Results of closely watched races

Overall voter turnout was slightly higher than officials had expected with a 25% turnout compared to 2008's 21% turnout.