KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A second woman has been charged in the shooting and stabbing death of a man in a Kansas City home.
Jackson County prosecutors announced Tuesday that 41-year-old...
Woman convicted of killing man in Kansas City home
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A woman has been convicted in the shooting and stabbing death of a man in her Kansas City home.
The Kansas City Star reports that 46-year-old Michelle Dunkin was...
Accused principal bought gun before death, causing lockdown
SPRINGFIELD, Ore. (AP) — An Oregon charter school principal who tried to buy a gun, causing a lockdown at the school, before later hanging himself was being investigated for sexual misconduct allegations involving a minor, according to police.
SPRINGFIELD — The Springfield charter school principal who committed suicide Thursday was under investigation for sex crimes against a minor, Springfield police confirmed late Friday.
Michael Fisher was placed on administrative leave from the Academy of Arts and Academics, commonly known as A3, Wednesday morning, prompting a lockdown at the high school.
The investigation into the sexual misconduct allegation is ongoing, police Lt. Scott McKee said.
SPRINGFIELD — The charter school principal placed on administrative leave Wednesday has committed suicide, Springfield police confirmed Thursday evening.
Springfield police Lt. Scott McKee said the wife of Michael Fisher found him shortly after 4 p.m. Thursday in the garage of their home in the 600 block of South 68th Street. He was deceased, and McKee said that police have ruled out foul play.
Fisher was the principal of the Academy of Arts and Academics, more commonly known as A3, since 2005.
Principal put on leave amid police investigation found dead
SPRINGFIELD, Ore. (AP) — Police say the principal of an Oregon charter school who was placed on paid administrative leave amid a police investigation has been found dead.
The Springfield Police Department says medics found Michael Fisher dead inside the garage of his home Thursday afternoon after his wife called authorities. Police say the death is being investigated as a suicide and have ruled out foul play.
SPRINGFIELD — The principal of the Academy of Arts and Academics, more commonly known as A3, was placed on paid administrative leave Wednesday for “concerns related to his conduct.”
Michael Fisher, who has been the principal at the charter school since 2005, is under investigation by the Springfield Police Department.
Police were present at the school Wednesday and instituted a modified lockdown while police contacted Fisher, according to Springfield district spokeswoman Jen McCulley.
Phoebe M. Fisher
Phoebe May (Taylor) Fisher, 94 years of age, of Beatrice passed away Monday, Oct. 30, 2017 at Beatrice Health & Rehabilitation in Beatrice. She was born on Sept. 28, 1923 in Plattsmouth to Roy and Gertrude (Piper) Taylor.
Phoebe is survived by her son, Michael Fisher and wife Gerry of Beatrice; and daughter, Nancy Moll of Bruce Crossing, Mich. She was preceded in death by her parents; and husband, Roy.
Through music, art and dance, artists and galleries are celebrating DÃa de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead.
Local arts organizations are honoring the holiday with events and exhibits that invite the community to learn more about the festive traditions that celebrate both the living and the dead.
THE DOUGLAS COUNTY CLERK’S OFFICE ISSUED THE FOLLOWING LICENSES JULY 31 TO AUG. 4.
Erika Rachelle Stanley, 25, and Dakota Jaymes Putnam-Hill, 21, both of Roseburg, July 31.
Jeffrey Thomas Beard, 21, of Corvallis, and Emily Grace Miller, 22, of Roseburg, Aug. 1.
Dean Edwin Guhlke, 79, and Valerie Evelyn Coleman, 66, both of Winston, Aug. 1.
Roy Jed Lehnherr, 46, and Carissa Lynn White, 39, both of Winston, Aug. 1.
Border Patrol names Carla Provost acting chief
SAN DIEGO (AP) — The U.S. Border Patrol has a new acting chief — the first woman to lead the agency in its 93-year history — as the Trump administration pursues plans to build a wall on the border with Mexico and hiring 5,000 agents.
April 21, 1984-March 25, 2015
The presence you had in this world makes your absence so difficult. Thank you for all of the great memories.
Missouri man faces new charge after sodomy charges dropped
TUSCUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — A south-central Missouri man faces a new charge about a year after a judge ordered authorities to drop charges accusing him of sodomizing an infant.
Aaron Michael Fisher, 28, was recently charged with first-degree assault after a judge in October 2015 ordered two charges of sodomy be dismissed because Fisher, who had been accused of sodomizing a 5-month-old in 2009, had been denied his right to a speedy trial, The Kansas City Star reported.