Man Identified in Callaway County Fatal Accident

A 43 year old California man is dead after an accident on I-70 in Callaway County yesterday (Tuesday) afternoon. According to the Missouri Highway Patrol it happened around 12:49 at the 142.8 mile marker. A vehicle had a flat tire, traveled into the median, hitting the median cable and overturning. Edwin Cruz-Nedrano of Costa Mesa, […]

Charges Dropped Against Pablo Serrano-Vitirino

Charges are being dropped against the man accused of a killing spree in 2016 and captured in Montgomery City and who reportedly hung himself in a St. Louis Jail last week. The Montgomery County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office reports the state filed a case dismissal yesterday (Tuesday) solely due to Pablo Serrano-Vitorino’s death. The office says […]

Columbia Library Evacuated

The Daniel Boone Regional Library in Columbia was temporarily evacuated this afternoon [Tuesday] because of a bomb threat. A suspicious tweet indicated an incident would occur at 11:40 AM. Patrons and staff of the library were evacuated by 10:55 and a bomb sniffing dog was brought in to assist. No bomb or anything suspicious was […]

Update On SSM and University Healthcare Merger

A group of State and Local officials recently traveled to Jefferson City to get an update on the potential merger between the SSM Hospitals in Mexico and Jefferson City and University of Missouri Healthcare. Audrain County Presiding Commissioner Steve Hobbs says the deal is still looking like it is going to move forward. Hobbs says […]

One Dead, One Injured In Callaway Crash

One person has died and one is injured after a single vehicle accident in Callaway County this afternoon. [Tuesday] Sergeant Scott White with the Missouri State Highway Patrol confirms the accident occurred at the 142.8 mile marker in the westbound lane of Interstate 70. Traffic was backed up for several miles. The identities of those […]

Paris High School Senior Wins Missouri Corn Scholarship

A Paris High School Senior is being awarded a 2019 Missouri Corn Scholarship. Marlena Long will receive a one thousand dollar scholarship from the Missouri Corn Growers Association and the Missouri Corn Merchandising Council to help pay for her continuing education. Long is the daughter of Greg and Laura Long.

Man With Multiple Felony Warrants in Randolph County Arrested

A man wanted on multiple felony warrants in Randolph County is now in jail. Moberly Police say they tried to stop a vehicle in the area of Franklin Avenue and Grimes Street last (Monday) night. According to police due to the reckless behavior the decision was made not to stop the vehicle. Later on the […]

Human Remains Found In Barrel On Gasconade River

The identity of human remains found inside a barrel on the Gasconade River last week are still unknown. The Gasconade County Sheriff’s Office posted on Facebook, the plastic barrel was found on Friday afternoon lodged on the side of a boat ramp in the river. The barrel was then taken to the Boone County Medical […]

Missouri Senate Passes Governor Parson’s Infrastructure Plan

Governor Parson’s infrastructure plan to fix bridges in the state now has Missouri Senate approval. The Senate voted to pass the measure 26-7 in a vote taken yesterday (Monday). Governor Parson says the plan will allow the state to fix 250 bridges in need of critical repair or replacement without raising taxes. The infrastructure plan […]

Spring Turkey Season Begins

Spring Turkey season began today [Monday] in Missouri. According to Conservation Agent Norman Steelman, shooting hours are a half hour prior to sunrise to 1:00 in the afternoon through May 5th. During the season, youth ages 6 to 15 do not have to have hunter education, but would have to hunt in the immediate presence […]