Car Fire on Highway 63

A car bursts into flames on Highway 63 in Columbia last (Tuesday) night, however the driver is able to escape with no injuries. According to the Columbia Fire Department the incident happened at about 6:30 just south of the Grindstone exit. The cause of the fire is still being investigated.

Fulton Burglary

A Fulton man is facing multiple charges after an arrest for burglary and then an assault on an officer. According to the Fulton Police Department they responded to a call of a burglary at 903 East Morningside at around 8:40 last (Tuesday) night and took 49 year old Ronald G Hook into custody. Police say […]

Linthacum Pushing for Second High School

On April 4th the Jefferson City Public Schools will be asking voters to a approve a $4.90 cent tax levy to build a 2nd high school. Superintendent Dr. Larry Linthacum says he has made over 100 speeches to various groups about the need for the 2nd high school trying to bolster support. The total cost […]

Monroe Man Sentenced for Kidnapping

A Monroe City man will spend 10 year in prison after pleading guilty yesterday to kidnapping a woman and her child while he was using heroin on July 17, 2016. 37 year old Cornell Marks pleaded guilty to kidnapping, felonious restraint, endangering the welfare of a child and driving while revoked. Marks forced the victim […]

Palmyra Fixing City Lake

The City of Palmyra is setting a side funds to fix a lake in there city park. The lake located at Well Nature Park has never held water since it was built several years ago. Palmyra Mayor Loren Graham says at the city council at there most recent meeting has voted to set aside $75,000 […]

Randolph ATV Crash

A Clark man is in serious condition after an ATV accident on county road 2890, 3 miles south of Clark yesterday afternoon. 51 year old Phillip Orf was riding on a private drive when he lost control and was ejected. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports he he was transported to University Hospital in Columbia […]

Town Tax Levy Meeting for Mexico Schools

1 week to go until voters go to the polls and decide whether or not to approve a .61 cent tax levy increase being asked for by the Mexico School District. Superintendent Kevin Freeman spoke at the Mexico Middle School last (Monday) night. He says it was one more chance to talk to voters on […]

Car Accident in Moberly

Minor injuries are being reported after a 2 car accident in Moberly yesterday (Monday) afternoon. According to the Moberly Police Department it happened about 2:15 in the area of US 24 and US 63 when Carl Garrison of Moberly was going west struck a vehicle driven by Carla Wilson who exiting a private parking lot. […]

East Bound I-70 Bridge Down to One Lane

The eastbound I-70 bridge over the Missouri River near Rocheport will be down to one lane for the next 48 to 72 hours. The Missouri Department of Transportation crews are making emergency repairs to an expansion joint on the bridge. Motorists are being warned to expect heavy congestion and traffic delays on the bridge for […]

Halderman Removed from Chief of Police

Greg Halderman is no longer the chief of police in Sturgeon after the Sturgeon board of Alderman vote 3-1 for his removal. According to a press release from the city of Sturgeon during a closed meeting a removal hearing was conducted where Alderman Sutton, Dawson, and Tyler Patterson voted in favor of the motion to […]