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Woman charged with punching pregnant woman in stomach

By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer A Richmond woman has been charged with domestic assault for striking a pregnant family member in the stomach in a series of events that…

72-year-old gets 7 years in child molestation case

Richmond News Staff A 72-year-old Richmond man was sentenced to seven years in the Department of Corrections after pleading guilty in 8th Circuit Court May 4 to molesting a girl,…

Driver charged with sixth drunk driving charge

By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer With a record that includes four drunk-driving convictions, a Richmond man faces two new charges of driving drunk within the past six months. Thomas…

Teen charged as adult with marijuana distribution

By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer A 17-year-old Richmond teen has been charged as an adult in two separate drug cases. Haiden Kilpatrick is charged with possession of marijuana, possession…

Relative gets 6 years for sex assault

By Jason Beets/Staff Writer Bruce Roberts Jr., 34, of Raytown, was sentenced Wednesday to six years in prison for sexually abusing his 19-year-old female cousin in Henrietta. He will also…

Water line breaks plague city

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor For the second time in 11 days – or for the third or fourth time, depending on how you’re counting – Richmond residents needed to conserve…

Richmond to receive disaster relief funds

AG’s office commends officer, department after Matthews’ conviction By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor The City of Richmond is to receive $14,209 in disaster assistance for damages the city sustained as a…

A proper place for prescription pills

By Sara Seidel/Richmond News Editor Everybody knows that it’s important to properly dispose of unused prescription medications. Leaving pills in a medicine cabinet is a temptation or an accident waiting to…

RHS students voice concerns in survey

Issues vary from attendance policy to bullying By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer Richmond High School students identified attendance policy, bullying and quality of school lunches as concerns during the…

Henkel expands jobs at Richmond operation

By Jason Beets/Richmond News Staff Writer The Henkel facility in Richmond added 31 new employees to its payroll over the past three months. William Downs, human resources manager for the…