Missouri Casinos Set To Reopen

Missouri casinos are set to reopen today (Monday), ending an almost 2 1/2 month shutdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic. All 13 of Missouri’s casinos were closed on March 17th in an effort to limit the spread of the coronavirus. The closure was extended last month through May 31st. Many of the casinos are in […]

Hearings For Planned Parenthood License Underway

A hearing on the future of Missouri’s only abortion clinic began today [Monday] before a commissioner with the Missouri Administrative Hearing Commission. The state health department is attempting to revoke the license for Planned Parenthood in St. Louis. The state claims the concerns stem from inspections in March that included “failed abortions.” Missouri is among […]

Better Business Bureau Warning Of St. Louis Cardinals Playoff Ticket Scams

With the St. Louis Cardinals being back in the playoffs for the first time since 2015, people are being warned about potential scams by fake ticket sellers. The Better Business Bureau is saying the opportunity for sports fans to be scammed by the scammers most often happens when people buy tickets from individuals outside the […]

MSHP Reports Pursuit Preceded Deadly Car Crash

The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports a police pursuit preceded a crash on Highway 54 in Cole County that killed three people yesterday [Sunday] afternoon. Troopers report Demarius Rubin was being pursued in a vehicle stolen a few minutes before the crash. He reportedly crossed the median and hit a vehicle carrying Bernard and Marilyn […]

Serrano-Vitorino Death Investigation Report Released

A death investigation report for a man accused of killing 5 people, including one in Montgomery County in 2016, was released over the weekend. According to the report, 43 year old Pablo Antonio Serrano-Vitorino was found hanging from a bed sheet from a metal light fixture in his cell. Dried toilet paper was found to […]

Boonville Police Ask For Help Locating Teen

The Boonville Police Department is asking for help locating a teen that ran away from home on August 22. According to police, Jamariah Bell left home and was last seen getting into a white SUV with an unknown driver. She is known to have family in St. Louis, and was last seen by a relative […]

Highway Patrol Still Honoring Trooper That Died In The Line Of Duty

It has been four years since Audrain County lost a law enforcement officer in the line of duty. Twenty-five-year-old Trooper James Bava died in a one vehicle traffic crash on Route FF, just east of Audrain County Road 977 at 8:30 in the morning on August 28, 2015. Sergeant Scott White with the Missouri State […]

SSM Audrain Announcing Agreement For Memory Care Services

SSM Audrain is announcing they will be offering new services dealing with memory loss, dementia, or Alzheimer’s disease. The announcement was made yesterday (Wednesday that a cooperative agreement has been reached between SSM Audrain and the St. Louis University Geriatric Education Center with Memory Care Home Solutions for the services. It is being funded by […]