Dick Preston Joins Public Perspectives Saturday Morning on AM 1340 KXEO

Please tune in for a special Public Perspectives tomorrow (Saturday) morning as KRCG Channel 13 News Anchor and broadcasting legend Dick Preston joins the weekly program hosted by Matt Pilger. Mr. Preston is celebrating 50 years at Channel 13 and shares some of his favorite stories and memories.  Its starts at 8 am this is […]


In sports: A Moberly Area Community College basketball player has received NJCAA Division 1 Region honors, being named player of the week. Angelica Wiggins assisted the Lady Greyhounds to remain undefeated this season with a record of 18 and 0.   The number 11 ranked Mizzou Women’s basketball team is on the road tonight to […]

Greitens Outlines Tax Reform

  Missouri Governor Eric Greitens announced the principles of his plan for state tax reform today. [Thursday] Included in the outline is Greitens intentention to cut taxes for working families, including eliminating taxes for around 380 thousand low income working Missourians. His plan will include a proposal to end loopholes that primarily benefit big businesses […]

More Than 8000 With Flu To Start 2018

The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services says influenza in the state is wide spread. In the first week of 2018 alone, a total of 8,187 people were diagnosed with Influenza, 82 percent of them being type A. The Centers for Disease Control reports there was a sharp increase in the number of confirmed […]

MoDot Prepares for Winter Weather

The Missouri Department of Transportation are preparing for a mix of sleet, snow and rain tomorrow morning. [Sunday] Tonight crews will be pre-treating the roads with a combination of beet juice and salt brine to help reduce the effects on Interstate 70. While temperatures are expected to climb overnight, and reach above freezing temperatures tomorrow, […]

Temperatures To Climb Through The Weekend

A break in the bitter cold in mid-Missouri may be on the way this weekend. The National Weather Service is reporting temperatures will begin climbing overnight on Saturday. Sunday morning will likely bring snow and sleet, with little or no ice accumulation. The temperature will reach 35 as a high, then on Monday temperatures will […]

Adoptee Rights Bill in Effect

The Missouri Adoptee Rights Act took effect today. [Tuesday] The bill allows Missouri adults who were adopted to receive a copy of their original birth certificate. The document can be received by applying through Department of Health and Senior Services and Bureau of Vital Statistics. Before the new laws went into effect, original birth certificates […]

Missouri Unemployment Down for September

Unemployment in Missouri is slightly down. According to a report from the Department of Economic Development released yesterday (Tuesday) the states unemployment rate went down from 3.9 percent in August to 3.8 percent in September. The report also showed the state lost 10,500 jobs with losses in local government taking the biggest hit.