News to Know (4/12/21)

The news you need to know before you head out the door

WOODSON COUNTY, Kan. – One man is dead and two others injured following a crash in Woodson County, Kansas. The crash happened Saturday on U.S. Highway 75 and 10th road just ten miles south of Yates Center. 83-year old Raymond McIntosh of Buffalo, Kansas failed to yield at a stop sign and collided with another vehicle in the intersection. McIntosh later died at the hospital. The two occupants of the other vehicle were taken to Coffey County Hospital with serious injuries.

BRANSON, Mo. – An investigation is underway in Branson after a mushroom hunter discovers human skeletal remains. Officials with the Branson Police Department says the remains were found in a wooded area near State Highway 248 and Gretna Road Saturday. Police are now working to identify the remains. The police department says they do have a current missing persons case in the area, but they don’t believe these remains are related to that case.

KOSHKONONG, Mo. – A 28-year-old man Is been charged in the fatal shooting of one person and the wounding of three more at a convenience store in a small southern Missouri town. Officials with the highway patrol say Christopher Lindley of Thayer, Missouri, was charged with first-degree murder and criminal action in the shooting at the Snappy Mart store in Koshkonong. Authorities say Lindley walked into the convenience store around 5:15 am Saturday and started firing with a handgun. Oregon County Sheriff Eric King said Lindley knew at least one of the victims, but that his motive in the shooting is unclear.

BALTIMORE, Md. – This week, America’s supply of Johnson and Johnson’s single-dose vaccine is expected to drop some 86 percent. A contamination issue at a Baltimore production plant forced about 15 million doses to be thrown out. More than 35 percent of Americans have received at least one vaccine dose.

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