Holographic Temporary License Plates

Missouri is cracking down on drivers who use fake temporary license plates with new holographic temporary tags. The Department of Revenue unveiled the new tags with a holographic image that can be seen in both day and night. The word “Void” will appear if anyone attempts to copy them. The department expects dealers and license […]

High Wind Warning Goes Into Effect At Midnight

The National Weather Service has issued a high wind warning for most of the listening area that will go into effect at midnight and continue until 3:00 tomorrow afternoon. [Wednesday] West winds of 25 to 35 miles per hour with gusts has high as 60 miles per hour are expected. These damaging winds will blow […]

Pet Safety For Cold Weather

With temperatures predicted to drop into single digits overnight, the Humane Society of Missouri is offering tips to keep pets safe. The Humane Society says not to think the animal’s fur will keep them warm outside. They recommend bringing pets inside, but if that’s not possible to provide a well-insulated space. Check your pet’s paw […]

Friday Night Lights

The high school district play offs are in the books. Here are some scores from around the area: Marceline defeated carrollton 49 to 12 Brentwood shut out Harrisburg 43 to 0 South Callaway took down South Shelby 43 to 36 Centralia fell to Christian 46 to 40 Hallsville beat Hermann 42 to 7 Clark County […]

National Traffic Incident Response Week Starts Sunday

National Traffic Incident Response Week kicks off tomorrow. [Sunday] The initiative is in an effort to raise awareness that first responders often put their lives at risk assisting others on roadways. According to the Missouri Department of Transportation, emergency personnel responded to more than 155,000 crashes in the state last year. MoDOT is asking drivers […]

Early Youth Deer Seasons Yields More Than 18,000 Statewide

The early portion of youth firearm deer season is complete and the Missouri Department of Conservation is reporting young hunters have harvested more than 18 thousand deer. In Audrain County 151 deer were taken over the weekend, 202 in Boone, 193 in Monroe County, 238 were harvested in Montgomery County, 176 in Ralls County, 185 […]

Blunt Raises Awareness For National Adoption Month

United State Senator Roy Blunt is working to raise awareness for National Adoption Month that begins today. [Friday] Blunt has been instrumental in the fight to give every child a permanent home, including the Supporting Adoptive Families Act to provide pre- and post- adoption support services, including mental health treatment. Nationwide, there are 437,300 children […]

Man Accused In Monroe County Murder Trial Scheduled

A trial date has been set for a man accused of murdering his fiancee in Monroe County in April of 2018. Fifty three year old James Addie will have a five day trial that is slated to begin on October 19, 2020 in Cole County. Addie is charged with first degree murder and armed criminal […]

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. […]