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  • Funeral Arrangements Made For Couple In Wednesday Barry County Fatal Accident

    Funeral Arrangements Made For Couple In Wednesday Barry County Fatal Accident
    Funeral arrangements have been made for a couple that was involved in a deadly crash in Barry County Wednesday night. Daniel and Erin Roth, both 26, died after their SUV left the roadway and rolled, landing upside down in a swamp on East Orchard Road...
  • Harry Wesley Coover, Inventor of Super Glue Dead at 94

    Harry Wesley Coover, Inventor of Super Glue Dead at 94
    KINGSPORT, Tenn. -- Harry Wesley Coover, best-known as the inventor of Super Glue, has died at his home in Kingsport, Tennessee, a funeral home there said Sunday. He was 94. The cause of death was congestive heart failure. Coover got the idea of...
  • Attorney General Now Investigating Westport Funeral Home

    Attorney General Now Investigating Westport Funeral Home
    The Missouri Attorney General is now investigating Marts Funeral Home in Westport after FOX 4 reported numerous complaints that led to the owner's business license being revoked. A judge forced Marts Funeral Home to shut down three weeks ago, but...
  • More Alleged Victims of Funeral Home Stepping Forward

    More Alleged Victims of Funeral Home Stepping Forward
    A metro funeral home that is already in trouble with state regulators is facing new accusations from another family that has stepped forward to say the ashes they were given were not those of their loved one. Earlier this week, the Missouri Board of...
  • Funeral Arrangements for Retired Deputy Superintendent Anthony "Tony" Cannatella

    Funeral Arrangements for Retired Deputy Superintendent Anthony "Tony" Cannatella
    The funeral arrangements for Retired Deputy Superintendent Anthony “Tony” Cannatella have been made and are open to the public.  The arrangements are as follows: The Visitation is on Friday, January 7, 2010, from 8:30 A.M.-12:30 P.M., at...
  • Judge Allows Troubled Funeral Home to Stay Open for Now

    Judge Allows Troubled Funeral Home to Stay Open for Now
    A Kansas City, Missouri, funeral director who had his license revoked last month, and has since been found to still be in violation of state regulations, will be allowed to stay in business for at least one more week, a Jackson County judge ruled on...
  • Crowded morgue had to double-bunk bodies

    The head of the Cook County medical examiner's office says it was forced to store bodies two to a cooler tray for a short time. Medical Examiner Nancy Jones says a confluence of circumstances caused overcrowding, including a spike in deaths during the...
  • Funeral arrangements for fallen IMPD officer announced

    Funeral arrangements for fallen IMPD officer announced
    Funeral arrangements for fallen IMPD Officer David Moore were released Thursday evening. Public visitation is scheduled for Monday, January 31, from 2-8 p.m. at Crown Hill Funeral Home and Cemetery. Officer Moore’s funeral is scheduled for...
  • Renate Hayum, SP

     Sr. Renate Hayum, SP, died on Thursday, January 27, 2011 at 6:35 a.m. at St. Joseph Residence, Seattle, Washington at 80 years of age, after 25 years as a Sister of Providence.  The Vigil Service will be on Monday, January 31, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. at St....
  • KCMO Funeral Home in Trouble Over Pre-Paid Contracts

    KCMO Funeral Home in Trouble Over Pre-Paid Contracts
    A Kansas City, Missouri, funeral home that is already in trouble with the state for numerous violations is now facing questions about missing money from customers who had purchased so-called 'Pre-Need' packages. According to state investigators, Marts...
  • UGI removes cracked gas pipe at Allentown blast site

    UGI removes cracked gas pipe at Allentown blast site
    Workers late Monday removed a cracked natural gas pipe linked to last week's blast that killed five people and destroyed eight homes in center city Allentown. At 8:50 p.m., a backhoe with a nylon sling lifted a 4-foot piece of gas main out of a trench...
  • Allentown family killed in explosion remembered fondly

    Allentown family killed in explosion remembered fondly
    Their computer class needed a jolt of energy, and Allen High School sophomores Katherine Cruz and Jennifer Cespedes devised a way to provide it. After pulling up a YouTube video of a once popular girly song on Cruz's phone, the two belted out an impromptu...