Callaway Authorities Ask For Help Identifying Body

The Callaway County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in identifying a man who was found dead in the Missouri River near Tebbetts on May 28. As of today, [Monday] various forensic measures to identify the body have been unsuccessful. Sheriff Clay Chism says at the time of the recovery, the body was […]

ACLU Says Not Enough Time To Collect Signatures

Critics of Missouri’s new law that restricts abortions will not make a push to gather the signatures needed to put it to a public vote. The American Civil Liberties Union of Missouri says it is impossible to collect the nearly 100 thousand voter signatures required in two weeks when the new law takes effect. The […]

Highway 63 Most Dangerous In Missouri

A new report shows that Highway 63 is the most dangerous in Missouri. The report, from fleet management company Geotab, found Highway 63 has had an average of 15 fatal crashes per year over the past decade. The highway is ranked 14th in the nation in number of fatal crashes when compared to the deadliest […]

Perseid Meteor Shower Can Be Seen Tonight

The annual Perseid Meteor Shower will still be at its peak tonight. [Tuesday] The Perseid Meteor Shower can produce up to 100 meteors per hour and are most visible after midnight. Although the nearly full moon could make some of the dimmer meteors more difficult to see, the bright ones will still be clearly visible. […]

Extreme Heat To Return To Mid-Missouri

Mid-Missouri could see another round of extreme heat for the beginning of the week. The National Weather Service reports a combination of dangerous heat and humidity is likely on Monday in the afternoon and in the early evening. Heat index values are expected to be between 105 and 110 degrees. The NWS recommends avoiding strenuous […]

MU To Allow Alcohol Sales At Football Games

Mizzou Athletics announced today [Friday] it will sell beer and wine during football games at Memorial Stadium beginning this season. The decision follows the change of a long-standing SEC rule that alcoholic beverages be banned in sporting arenas. The sale of alcohol at football games will end at the end of the third quarter of […]

Columbia Police Asking For Help After Finding “Concerning” Message

The Columbia Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying a person who could be at risk. Police say a message was written on the inner-side of the women’s bathroom door at Petro-Mart at 2200 West Ash Street in Columbia. The message stated: “I’m missing name ashley lewis somebody help” The message was […]

Flags To Be At Half Staff In Honor Of Roeber

Governor Mike Parson ordered U.S. and Missouri flags to be flown at half-staff on Monday in honor of Representative Rebecca Roeber, who died unexpectedly on July 30. Representative Roeber was elected to to office in 2014 after serving as an educator for 17 years. The flags will be flown at half-staff in honor of her […]

Moberly Man Charged With Numerous Crimes Against Children

A Moberly man is charged with 25 counts after an extensive investigation by the Moberly Police Department and the Randolph County Children’s Division. Forty three-year-old Scotty Reynolds is charged with 6 counts of child molestation in the second degree involving a child less than 12 years old, 4 counts involving a child less than 14, […]

EAS Test Planned For Wednesday

The Federal Emergency Management Agency, in coordination with the Federal Communications Commission will conduct a nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System tomorrow [Wednesday] at 1:20 in the afternoon. The test will assess the operational readiness of the infrastructure for distribution of national messages and determine whether improvements are needed. The intent of this year’s […]