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Located on the south bank of the Missouri River, near the western edge of the state, Independence was originally inhabited by Missouri and Osage Indians, followed by the Spanish and a brief French tenure. It became part of the U.S. with the Louisiana Purchase of 1803. Lewis and Clark recorded in their journals that they stopped in 1804 to pick plums, raspberries, and wild apples at a site that later became part of the city.
Local Newspapers: The Examiner The Kansas City Star
Local Sports Teams: Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) Kansas City Royals (MLB)
Local Colleges: Graceland University Blue River Community College
Zip Codes associated with independence, missouri:
64050 64052 64053 64054 64055 64056 64057 64058
Towns/Cities near independence, missouri : Buckner Raytown Kansas City Blue Springs Lee's Summit
Sugar Creek man charged in Independence murder
Patrick L. Barkwell, 51, is charged with second-degree murder and armed criminal action for the death of Christopher King, 22, of Independence, on Aug. 17. According to court documents, Barkwell went to King's home armed with a .22 caliber revolver. When King approached Barkwell's vehicle, Barkwell reportedly fired a single round at King's chest.Danielle Roberts
Danielle Roberts, 56, of Lexington, formerly of Richmond, died Friday, Aug. 11, 2017, at the Lafayette Regional Health Center, Lexington. Danielle was born Jan. 18, 1961, in Kansas City, Kan., to Louis M. and Dee-Ann Gonzalez.Aug. 14 Crash Reports -
A Hamilton man was arrested for driving while intoxicated and failure to maintain the right half of the roadway after a vehicle accident at 9:20 p.m. Saturday in Pettis County. Tyler H. Alden, 28, was driving on Front Street, west of La Monte, when he failed to turn his vehicle off the road before it ended.Police: Woman shot by stray bullet
A woman is being treated at an Independence hospital after being hit by a stray bullet at Hawthorne Place Apartments Sunday evening. Police were called to the apartment complex in the 600 block of N. Spring Lake Drive just after 6 p.m. Anyone with information is asked to call the TIPS Hotline at 816-474-TIPS or IPD tips at 816-325-7777.All the presidents' biographies
George W. Bush was a frenetic reader - 95 books one year as president. Impressive, until you consider what Theodore Roosevelt read in the White House in 1902 and 1903, which included portions of Dante's "Inferno," Milton's "Paradise Lost," "Beowulf," Sophocles, Euripides, Aristophanes, Aristotle and histories of the early Syrian, Chaldean and Egyptian civilizations, along with five Shakespeare plays - and tales from Hans Christian Andersen and the Brothers Grimm.3 news Three Mormon-rooted religions move past conflicts to find...
Independence, Mo. a There is an open patch of grass at the intersection of River Boulevard and Walnut Street in this Kansas City suburb.TKC Exclusive and Breaking News!!! Activists Rage Amid Spate of...
TKC EXCLUSIVE AND BREAKING NEWS!!! ACTIVISTS RAGE AMID SPATE OF DEADLY OFFICER-INVOLVED SHOOTINGS!!! INSIDERS: IS KANSAS CITY AT THE TIPPING POINT OF FERGUSON-STYLE ANTI-POLICE UPRISING?!? A trio of controversial and deadly officer-involved shootings have evoked the ire or Kansas City activists who have long criticized local law enforcement. Over the past couple of weeks, here's a quick roundup of the most controversial cases .Independence man charged in early Saturday fatal vehicular on Truman Road
August 10, 2017 A 24-year-old Independence man has been charged in an early Saturday fatal vehicular on Truman Road in Indepdence, Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker announced August 7. Carl-Dakota A. Young, dob: 11/13/1992, faces the Class B felony of Driving While Intoxicate - Habitual.* According to court records, the defendant was driving early on Aug. 5, 2017 near Truman Road and Baker Drive in Jackson County when he, while intoxicated, drove into oncoming traffic and collided with a vehicle, causing the death of Patrice N. Lee, who was driving another vehicle. Independence police interviewed the defendant who said he had been drinking in Grain Valley.Suspect shot, killed by Independence police identified; squad car hit a home
An Independence police officer attempted to conduct a traffic stop at 10:49 a.m. Monday on a blue and grey colored Ford F-150 pickup truck at East 23rd Street and Westport Road on a traffic violation. The driver of the vehicle failed to pull over and fled from the officer.Leslie Dean Dodson
Leslie Dean Dodson, 81, of Ozark Acres, Ark., died Wednesday, July 26, 2017, at his home, after suffering a massage stroke Jan. 26, 2016. Leslie was born April 27, 1936, near Bogard, the son of the late Ralph Bennett and Mildred Elizabeth Dodson.1 killed in two-vehicle crash in Independence
Flood Warning issued August 5 at 10:33AM CDT expiring August 8 at 2:30PM CDT in effect for: Cass, Henry, Johnson Flood Warning issued August 5 at 10:33AM CDT expiring August 8 at 2:53PM CDT in effect for: Bates, Cass, Henry Flood Warning issued August 5 at 10:33AM CDT expiring August 10 at 1:22PM CDT in effect for: Cooper, Saline Flood Warning issued August 5 at 10:33AM CDT expiring August 8 at 9:46AM CDT in effect for: Johnson, Pettis Flash Flood Watch issued August 5 at 9:06AM CDT expiring August 6 at 7:00AM CDT in effect for: Bates, Carroll, Cass, Chariton, Clay, Cooper, Henry, Howard, Jackson, Johnson, Lafayette, Pettis, Platte, Randolph, Ray, Saline Flash Flood Watch issued August 5 at 6:20AM CDT expiring August 6 at 7:00PM CDT in effect for: Barton, Benton, Camden, Cedar, Dade, Dallas, Dent, Greene, Hickory, Jasper, Laclede, Lawrence, Maries, Miller, Morgan, Newton, Phelps, Polk, ... (more)Hiroshima girl's paper crane to be donated to Wendover historic airfield
A powerful small reminder of the U.S. atomic bombing of Japan is heading to a Utah museum dedicated to preserving the history of Utah's involvement in World War II. A crane from the Sadako Sasaki collection will be donated to the Historic Wendover Airfield Museum Saturday.Local postal carrier admits to stealing mail
A suburban Kansas City mail carrier pleaded guilty in federal court to stealing gift cards and checks from postal customers in Independence. Federal prosecutors say 34-year-old Audrey Odell, of Blue Springs, pleaded guilty Thursday to theft of mail by a postal employee.Milling Machine Control System Leaves a Mark on Tattoo-Machine Developer
When the prototyping process wasn't able to keep pace with creativity, applying Heidenhain's Acu-Rite MillPwr G2 control on this tattoo machine designer's Webb milling machine enabled faster prototyping. Dan Kubin used to prototype his distinctive rotary tattoo machines using hobbyist-type equipment, but the process was too slow to keep up with his creativity and the demand for his products.Families gather for unsolved murder victims
Dozens of people, all grieving the loss of a loved one whose killer hasn't been caught, gathered in Independence. Dozens of people, all grieving the loss of a loved one whose killer hasn't been caught, gathered at a parking lot at 3907 Crackerneck Road in Independence.Nicodemus welcomes descendants, visitors for Homecoming
Everyone received cheers at the Nicodemus Emancipation/Homecoming parade Saturday, but one entry garnered the most applause and the top prize - the Nicodemus Buffalo Soldiers Association. Four members of the mounted re-enactment group brought up the end of the parade, riding a short drill in the block in front of Nicodemus Township Hall, then dismounting so the crowd could come closer to ask questions and even sit in the saddle.Review: Louisiana author describes what it's like to bike the Oregon Trail
Don Weinell grew up in Louisiana, but his roots are Midwestern. He's always had a keen interest in history and also is a long-distance bicyclist.
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