Moberly Animal Gas Chamber Coming to an End

The City of Moberly is doing away with its animal gas chamber. The announcement was made today (Wednesday) that the city will be accepting grant funds from the United States Humane Society. The funds will be used for training tools and supplies needed to support the humane care of animals in the shelter. Missouri is […]

New CEO Starting at Moberly Regional Medical Center

The Moberly Regional Hospital is announcing it has a new CEO. It is Ranee Brayton who is also the CEO of the Northeast Regional Medical Center in Kirksville. Brayton has served as interim CEO of Moberly Regional Medical Center since November last year. She will step into her new role immediately.

Shooting in Jefferson City

A shooting investigation in Jefferson is underway after a man suffers a gun shot wound last (Tuesday) night. According to Jefferson City Police it happened just after 9 in the 600 block of East McCarty. Police report multiple shell casings were found. An unknown male was taken to an area hospital to be treated for […]

A.P. Green Retirees Party at Mexico Senior Center

Former employees and retirees of A.P. Green Refactory are being invited to the Mexico Senior Center for a day of remembering and food tomorrow (Thursday). Cake and ice cream will be available for everyone. The Audrain County Historical Society has also arranged a free tour for all former employees to tour the Greens Exhibit from […]

Comerzan Trial Continues with Testimony from MO State Trooper

The Sergei Comerzan trial was in its 2nd day yesterday (Tuesday) in a St. Charles Court room. Sgt. Doug McPike with the Missouri Highway Patrol was on the witness stand and gave his memory of the day of the crash for the jury. McPike knew both deceased State Trooper James Bava and the accused Sergei […]

Lincoln University Cutting Payroll and Jobs

Lincoln University is announcing that it will cut 48 jobs, and cut salaries across the board as part of a long term plan to save money. The University made the announcement yesterday (Monday) as it faces a 3.8 million dollar short fall for its fiscal budget in 2018 compared to last year. According to a […]

Missing Man from Branson Found in Columbia

A person on the missing endangered list in Branson is found after a car accident in Columbia. Thomas Harpool was injured with head laceration after a 2 car crash between the intersection of Broadway and Providence a little after 1 this (Tuesday) morning. According to Branson Police a silver alert had been issued for Harpool. […]

Missouri Secretary of State in Columbia Tonight

The Missouri Secretary Of State Jay Ashcroft will be in Columbia tonight (Tuesday), to discuss his future plans with area business leaders. Ashcroft will be appearing at the Logboat Brewing at 504 Fay Street from 4 until 5:30. The event is being sponsored by the Columbia Chamber of Commerce.

New Chancellor at MU

Multiple sources are confirming after a 2 year search the University of Missouri will be getting a new chancellor. Alexander Cartwright will reportedly take over the position. Cartwright is currently the provost and executive vice chancellor at the State University of New York. University spokesman John Fougere is still declining to confirm the hiring of […]

Mexico Crime Statistics from 2016

A break down of crimes in Mexico from 2016 is being released by the Mexico Public Safety Department. Chief of Mexico Public Safety Susan Rockett says the best news is that violent crimes are down. It is also being reported that motor vehicle thefts are up with a total of 19 last year.