Millersburg Man Charged With Sex Crime

The Callaway County Prosecuting Attorney has charged a Millersburg man with a sex crime involving a child under the age of 12. The Callaway County Sheriff’s Office reports they arrested 38 year old Carl Martin Jr. on suspicion of attempted child molestation in the second degree. The charges were filed following an investigation that began […]

Man Identified In Fulton Shooting

The Fulton Police Department have identified a man who was shot at a home in the 600 block of Jefferson Street on November 30. Police say 23 year old Thomas James Payne was found with a gunshot wound in the home, and crews began life-saving measures. He was transported to the hospital where he was […]

U.S. May Face French Fry Shortage

Unusually cold and wet weather during the potato harvest season may soon cause a french fry shortage in the United States. According to reports from CNN processors from across North America are rushing to find potatoes from additional sources to keep up with the increasing demand for fries. The US is the 5th largest producer […]

Judge Rules 1851 Law Does Not Apply To Duck Boat Sinking

A federal judge has ruled that an 1851 maritime law does not protect a company from making payments to the families of 17 people that drowned when a tourist duck boat sank in Table Rock Lake near Branson in July of 2018. After the boat sank, multiple lawsuits were filed against Ride the Ducks International, […]

Medical Marijuana Cards Exceeds Expectations

Missouri has issued nearly 22 thousand medical marijuana cards since July 4, exceeding expectations of the interest in the program. Researchers with the University of Missouri’s Economic and Policy Analysis Research Center estimated the current number of licenses issued wouldn’t have been achieved until 2021. Missouri voters voted to legalize medical marijuana in 2018. Patients […]