Parson Calls Special Legislative Session

Governor Mike Parson called state lawmakers into a special legislative session next month to address an issue on auto sales. In June, the Missouri Supreme Court prohibited people from using the proceeds from the trade-in of multiple used cars as credit against sales tax on the purchase of a new vehicle. House minority leader Crystal […]

Man Sentenced For Threatening Deputy With Knife

An Armstrong man was sentenced to four years in prison after he admitted to threatening a Callaway County deputy in February. Forty year old William Cash admitted he threatened the deputy who had responded to a domestic disturbance with a knife. Cash told the judge he had consumed a fifth of whiskey and was very […]

Flash Flood Watch Issued For Parts of Mid-Missouri

The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch for several mid-Missouri counties. The watch will go into effect at 7:00 this evening an will continue through tomorrow [Thursday] morning. The impacted counties include Audrain, Boone, Callaway, Cole, Moniteau, Montgomery and Pike. Widespread showers and thunderstorms are expected to develop this evening and continue […]

Several News Stories Impacting Some Uncertainties In Stock Market

Edward Jones Financial Adviser Mitchell Rentschler a guest on AM 1340 KXEO and the AM I Awake Morning Show with Matt Pilger. Rentschler gave an update on the latest impacting the stock market. Join Mitchell for another update on the stock market and the latest financial news next month on September 25th at 8:30 am […]

Disturbance At Fulton McDonald’s Involving Guns Leads To An Arrest

One person is in jail after a fight with multiple people at the Fulton McDonald’s early this (Wednesday) morning involving guns. According to the Fulton Police Department it happened around 1:45 at the McDonald’s on 303 South Business 54. Upon on arrival officers say they made contact with 43 year old Charles E. Braxton of […]

Boone Hospital To Be Independently-Operated

The Boone Hospital Board of Trustees announced today [Monday] that the hospital will remain independently operated. The decision will give the hospital “flexibility to partner with local physicians and other healthcare providers to better address patients’ needs.” In 2018, the hospital operated at a $13.5 million loss. Talks of potentially partnering with University of Missouri […]

Inmate Walks Away From Work Assignment At Missouri State Fair

Law enforcement agencies in mid-Missouri were made aware of an inmate who walked away from his work assignment at the Missouri State Fair  just after midnight today. [Monday] Thirty-four-year-old Shannon Watts was doing maintenance work at the fair but did not report to the van for the trip back to the Tipton prison. Watts is […]

Hartzler In Mexico

United States Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler made a stop in Mexico this afternoon [Monday] for a United States Department of Agriculture Rural Development Information Session. Hartzler, along with State Representative Kent Haden and State Senator Jeanie Riddle were in attendance to hear about different options to help local communities with the ongoing challenge regarding wastewater regulations. […]

Portland Woman Serious Injuries In Callaway County Accident

A Portland woman with serious injuries after a one car accident in Callaway County last (Sunday) night. According to the Missouri Highway Patrol it happened just before 7 last (Sunday) night on Route D, 5 miles north of Portland. 52 year old Nancy A. Ballard was traveling north on her 2006 Suzuki Motorcycle when she […]