The Fulton Police Department (FPD) responded to a burglary in progress early Monday morning at the Break Time convenience store on North Bluff Street.
Police believe three people may have been involved in the robbery — one white male and two black females were present around the time the crime occurred.
Fire severely damaged a home at 720 Grand Avenue in Fulton early Sunday morning. But no one was home at the time.
Kenzo Andrade, 6, receives his change after purchasing a cherry and chocolate cupcake from the Callaway County Humane Society Saturday. The group started the morning with 352 cupcakes but had less than 100 by 11 a.m.
William Woods University hosted its Fall Family Weekend this past Friday and Saturday.
Wine and food enthusiasts will bring their furry four-legged companions to a pet-friendly wine tasting fundraiser to benefit People Helping Paws from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday at the Serenity Valley Winery.
The first reunion for students of old Muir School, a one-room school that closed its doors in the late 1960s, will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday.
The lawsuit against Syngenta is moving forward after Federal U.S. District Judge John Lungstrum denied the company’s motion to dismiss the case on Sept. 11.
A five-year-old Fulton girl was killed after being hit by a vehicle Friday evening in Callaway County.
The City of Fulton will collect household hazardous waste and electronic waste (e-waste) at no cost Saturday.
The sheriff’s departments in Cole and Callaway counties will keep the “In God We Trust” signs on their vehicles despite a request to remove them.
Hatton McCredie Elementary School in Kingdom City was on external lockdown for two hours Thursday.
With the help of local scout troops, Veterans of Foreign War Post 2657 of Fulton held a POW/ MIA flag raising ceremony at Memorial Park Wednesday evening.
A residential fire in a single-story home leaves two pets dead.
Fulton residents near the National Churchill Museum may have seen a drone in their midst Thursday morning.