News To Know: Subway restaurant robbery, charges in Aurora shooting and summer camp is back

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

AIRPORT DRIVE, Mo. – Authorities say they are looking for a suspect following a robbery at a Webb City Subway restaurant. Officials say a man pulled out a gun during the robbery around eight-30 Tuesday morning. Authorities go on to say the suspect demanded all of the store’s money and left the area in a dark grey vehicle. The vehicle appears to be a dark grey Chrysler 300 with dark tinted windows and possibly has an Oklahoma license plate. Authorities say no one was hurt during the incident. Click here for more information on this story.

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Ks. – Authorities in Montgomery County, Kansas look for a hit-and-run suspect after they were unable to capture him in an overnight standoff. Independence police were looking for 39-year-old Brian Medsker on a charge of attempted murder. They say last Thursday he intentionally hit another man with a car then left the scene. Police had reason to believe Medsker was in the home last night so they surrounded it but when they searched inside Tuesday morning — they could not find Medsker.

AURORA, Mo. – The Lawrence County prosecuting attorney charges a suspect in an Aurora, Missouri shooting. Authorities say 22-year-old Cole Walker became angry with 36-year-old Shannon Goble and confronted him at the Aurora Inn Motel. They say Walker then fired a handgun at Goble, striking him in the leg. Officials say Walker left and tried to hide the gun. Walker is charged with assault of the first degree or attempt, armed criminal action, unlawful use of a weapon, and tampering with physical evidence. Authorities say this is not a random shooting — and that the victim and suspect had a previous relationship. walker has been denied bond. Click here to learn more about this story.

NEOSHO, Mo. – A local organization is giving kids who normally wouldn’t be able to go to a summer camp the chance to do just that. Camp Quality is hosting a weeklong camp in Neosho for children battling cancer or those in remission. Campers get to enjoy activities like swimming, a talent show, hot air balloon rides, and arts and crafts.

SOMETHING TO TALK ABOUT: When the World Games hit Birmingham, Alabama recently it ran into the city’s homeless problem. So a group named Spire helped to build about 50 temporary homes to help address the problem. That’s what communities do. The Four State region is no stranger to helping the community – whether it’s cleaning up after a natural disaster or day-to-day giving back, you name it. What we want to know is how do you help your community? Head on over to our Instapoll and let us know how you give back.

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