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FULTON - A couple who grew up in Callaway County celebrated 75 years of marriage Sunday. Edith and Gene Craghead were married on June 13, 1946, one week after Gene returned from duty in WWII, under General George Patton. The couple got married in June 1946. While they were not able to have a formal wedding when they were first married, their families arranged to have them renew their vows properly for their 50th anniversary. Now, at ages 92 and 95, they are celebrating their 75th anniversary at Southside Baptist Church in Fulton, which they said they helped start.  Success! An email has been sent to

1 injured in shooting on N. College St. in Fulton, Ky. A woman was injured in a shooting on North College Street on Saturday, May 15. (Source: KLTV) By Amber Ruch | May 17, 2021 at 12:56 PM CDT - Updated May 17 at 12:56 PM FULTON, Ky. (KFVS) - A woman was injured in a shooting on North College Street on Saturday, May 15. According to Fulton police, they received a report around 4 a.m. from a hospital in Union City, Tenn. of a woman brought into the Emergency Room with two gunshot wounds. Through witness interviews and video surveillance at the scene, police say they determined there was a fight between two women in the 700 block of North College Street.

A police officer is one of the victims.

The end of the year Marching Mizzou banquet took place over zoom this year. Yet, students knew something big was going to happen. They just didn't know it was going to be something as big as this. The True/False Film Fest is set to take place May 5 through 9 at Stephens Lake Park in Columbia. Stacie Pottinger, the director of development and communications for the Ragtag Film Society, said she is very excited, as it's only a few weeks away. "Everybody's excited. We are only a few weeks away. The films are locked, the music is locked, we just need to get all the logistics taken care of and we're ready to have a fest," Pottinger said.

The city of Fulton said the only thing advertised on the scorecard is the course's pro shop and grill and businesses should beware of being sold ads for the cards. FULTON- According to the city of Fulton, someone has been reaching out to businesses and Callaway Chamber of Commerce members with a scam relating to the Tanglewood Golf Course Scorecard. Bill Johnson, the city's director of administration, received a phone call from a Fulton business earlier this week about a suspicious email regarding the Tanglewood Golf Course scorecard. "Me not knowing, we do a lot of things in the city, I contacted both the department head of the golf course and our golf pro," Johnson said. "Neither one of them knew anything about it."

FULTON - Volunteers in Fulton cleaned up the city in the 20th annual Clean Sweep on Saturday. Volunteers met at Memorial Park at 9 a.m. to receive trash bags and t-shirts for the event. They then walked along 4th Street and Stinson Creek throughout the morning. People from all ages came out to support the event, the youngest starting at age seven, who cleaned up along the Stinson Creek. Braden and Zain McArtor, sons of the Assistant Director of Fulton’s Parks and Recreation department doing their part to keep the creek shores clean, in Fulton, Mo., April 10, 2021. (Photo/Lacey Reeves)

Squall line suspected of causing of swath of damage from McCurtain County, Okla., to Hempstead County, Ark. Brief EF-1 tornado also cut 2.4-mile path in southern Little River County, Ark., NWS storm surveyors say An example of a storm's squall line. (Source: WLBT) By Curtis Heyen | April 10, 2021 at 9:56 PM CDT - Updated April 10 at 9:59 PM (KSLA) — A brief EF-1 tornado cut a path 2.4 miles long in southern Little River County, Ark., late Friday night. That’s the finding of a National Weather Service survey team that went out to survey damage Saturday, April 10. The surveyors also suspect that a squall line packing winds of 70-90 mph caused of swath of damage some 40-60 miles from McCurtain County, Okla., to just past Fulton in Hempstead County, Ark.

Apr 5, 2021 Albany County Legislator George Langdon announced his resignation following backlash over homophobic remarks he made at an event in Voorheesville that were caught on tape. Langdon released the following statement on Monday afternoon. During the past several days, I have taken time to reflect and consider how to best serve our community moving forward. It is with a heavy heart that I have decided to resign my seat at the Albany County Legislature. I again express my sincerest apologies to all those who were hurt by my rash and thoughtless statements. It was never my intention to single-out or target anyone. I truly believe every individual should have the right to life and liberty in their pursuit of happiness.

The zoo says April was euthanized recently after her arthritis worsened.

Apr 1, 2021 Photo: Getty Images The April 1st deadline has arrived, but members of the Legislature are still trying to finalize a new state budget. Lawmakers in both the Senate and Assembly worked for several hours yesterday before calling an end to their session just before midnight. Each chamber did pass one of the several bills required for the budget to be completed. The Legislature is expected to be back at the Capitol later today, but there's no word yet how much longer the budget process could take.  

Apr 1, 2021 Albany Police are still investigating after a pedestrian is struck and killed by a vehicle. Police say the victim was hit last night on Watervliet Avenue Extension in the area of Everett Road and Watervliet Avenue. The 68-year-old man was in the road when police arrived and later died after being taken to Albany Med. The man's name hasn't been released yet but police say the driver involved stopped at the scene and is cooperating with the investigation.  

Mar 31, 2021 Photo: Getty Images State lawmakers are really starting to run out of time if they want to approve a new budget on-time. Some members of the Legislature have said they're not optimistic a deal can be struck before Thursday's deadline arrives. But Governor Cuomo's office said earlier this week that negotiations are at their usual point this close to April 1st. Agreements must be reached on several key issues including education, health care and increased taxes on wealthy New Yorkers before the budget can be passed.  

Mar 31, 2021 Photo: News 10 ABC A man will be spending up to 12 years in prison after being sentenced in connection with the death of a Stillwater resident. Prosecutors say 25-year-old Jack Jeffers was involved in the 2019 killing of 42-year-old Michael Ahern and that he may not have acted alone. Police were able to find the murder weapon but haven't released the motive for the homicide. The case remains under investigation and anyone with information is asked to call State Police or the Saratoga County Sheriff's Office.  

William Tryon has pleaded not guilty & faces the possibility of prison time or a fine if convicted.

Governor Cuomo is expected to sign the bill.

By Bill Galluccio Mar 31, 2021 Pfizer announced the preliminary results of a study showing that its coronavirus is safe and effective in adolescents. The study found that the vaccine was 100% effective at preventing symptomatic infection in participants who were between the ages of 12 and 15. The company said that the younger children had a greater immune response than those in previous studies of people between the ages of 16 and 25. Side effects were similar for both age groups, with participants reporting feeling pain at the injection site, fatigue, and fever. Pfizer is planning to submit the data to the Food and Drug Administration in the coming weeks and hopes the vaccine will be approved for use in kids before the start of the next school year.

By Bill Galluccio Mar 31, 2021 Honda announced a recall of more than 628,00 vehicles due to a potentially faulty fuel pump. The carmaker said the rotating part of the pump, known as an impeller, could fail, causing the engine to stall. "Affected vehicles may be equipped with a fuel pump module manufactured with low-density impellers. If the surface of a lower density impeller is exposed to production solvent drying for longer periods of time, higher levels of surface cracking may occur. These cracks may lead to excessive fuel absorption, resulting in impeller deformation,"  There have been no reports of crashes or injuries due to the issue.

By Bill Galluccio Mar 31, 2021 COVID-19 caused an estimated 375,000 deaths in the United States in 2020, making it the third leading cause of death for the year, according to a provisional analysis of death certificate data conducted by researchers at the National Center for Health Statistics. Heart disease topped the list, causing over 690,000 deaths, followed by cancer which caused more than 598,000 deaths. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said there were about 3.36 million deaths in 2020 and that 11.3% of those deaths were caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The agency said that the death rate climbed by 15.9%, from 715.2 deaths per 100,000 people in 2019 to 828.7 deaths per 100,000 people in 2020.

Deborah Evans-Bell was reported missing to authorities February 2016 but she could have been missing longer. Her skeletal remains were found in a shallow grave under an East Hill Street home in January. Evans-Bell and her husband lived in the house at the time. "The case is now considered a homicide," said investigator and Assistant Fulton Police Chief Brad Rogers. "We had to exhume the body. She was buried." But the investigation is still on hold while authorities wait for the state crime lab in Pearl to see if the remains contain enough evidence to determine how Evans-Bell died. "Until the crime lab comes up with a cause and manner of death, we have to wait," Rogers said.

Crawl space remains: woman missing 5 years; homicide probe March 31, 2021 FacebookTwitterEmail FULTON, Miss. (AP) — Remains found in a crawl space of a Mississippi home have been identified as those of a woman reported missing five years ago, and police are investigating the death as a homicide. Fulton police tell news agencies that the death of Deborah Evans-Bell is now being investigated as a killing, though investigators don’t know the cause of death. Evans-Bell had been missing since early 2016. In a news release Tuesday, Fulton Police Chief Mitch Nabors and Itawamba County Coroner Shelia Summerford confirmed the remains were hers. The release said DNA results show the match to be 99.4% certain, The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal reported.

NY Albany NY Zone Forecast March 18, 2021 FacebookTwitterEmail _____ National Weather Service Albany NY 107 AM EDT Fri Mar 19 2021 NYZ033-190800- 107 AM EDT Fri Mar 19 2021 .REST OF TONIGHT...Partly cloudy. Much colder with lows around 12. North winds around 10 mph with gusts up to 20 mph. .FRIDAY...Sunny, cold with highs in the lower 30s. North winds around 10 mph. Wind chill values as low as 1 below in the morning. .FRIDAY NIGHT...Clear, cold with lows around 10 above. Northwest winds 5 to 10 mph. .SATURDAY...Sunny. Not as cool with highs in the mid 40s. West winds around 10 mph. winds 5 to 10 mph. .SUNDAY...Sunny. Not as cool with highs in the mid 50s.

NY Forecast FacebookTwitterEmail _____ City/Town;Weather Condition;High Temp (F);Low Temp (F);Wind Direction;Wind Speed (MPH);Humidity (%);Chance of Precip. (%);UV Index Albany;Mostly sunny, breezy;38;22;NNW;15;41%;0%;5 Binghamton;Breezy and colder;34;19;NNW;16;41%;2%;5 Buffalo;Breezy with sunshine;39;25;SSE;16;40%;1%;5 Central Park;Cooler with some sun;42;31;N;16;29%;2%;5 Dansville;Sunshine and breezy;39;20;W;14;40%;2%;5 Dunkirk;Sunny and breezy;40;30;E;17;36%;1%;5 East Hampton;Rain and snow shower;42;31;N;21;40%;45%;4 Elmira;Breezy and colder;39;18;NW;15;35%;2%;5 Farmingdale;Winds subsiding;43;29;N;20;30%;5%;5 Fort Drum;Breezy and colder;33;24;SW;15;37%;2%;4 Fulton;Breezy and colder;34;22;SW;14;41%;1%;4 Glens Falls;Sunny and breezy;37;16;N;16;35%;0%;4 Islip;Windy;44;30;N;21;32%;6%;5 Ithaca;Winds subsiding;35;20;NNW;17;44%;2%;5 Jamestown;Winds subsiding;38;22;NE;16;41%;2%;5

Fatal shooting of two men in Mahtomedi ruled murder-suicide March 11, 2021 FacebookTwitterEmail ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The Ramsey County Medical Examiner's Office has ruled a shooting that left two men dead outside a FedEx facility in Mahtomedi last month was a murder-suicide. David Peterson killed Todd “Jimmy” Wilemon and then shot himself following an argument Feb. 1, according to officials. Washington County sheriff's deputies responding the the FedEx parking lot found Wilemon, a 58-year-old Fulton, Mississippi man, was already dead. Peterson, a 49-year-old man from Blaine, was taken to Regions Hospital in St. Paul where he died. Investigators say the two men were truck drivers and that Wilemon was involved in a relationship with Peterson's wife.

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