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Car Goes Over Wall At Condo Complex

  Sirens sounded loudly Labor Day afternoon in Lake Ozark as fire and ambulance crews rushed to the scene of a car that went over a wall and landed onto a sidewalk face forward. According to reports from the scene, witnesses saw a vehicle go over the guard rail and concrete parking bump then land on a walkway, crumbling the fence and finally the nose of the vehicle hit … [Read More]

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Flash Flood Watch In Effect

A Flash Flood Watch is now in effect across the Lake of the Ozarks and will remain in effect until 7AM Tuesday Morning. An extended period of moderate to heavy … [Read More]

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PWC Accident Occurs at 27.5 Mile Marker

A Yamaha PWC is in need of repair following an accident over the weekend at the 27.5 mile marker. According the Highway Patrol’s Water Division, 32 year old Kiran Gonuguntla of Overland Park, Kansas lost control and struck a pier and a moored PWC. Gonuguntla’s … [Read More]

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Labor Day Travel Increased This Year

Labor Day across the Lake saw a significant increase in the number of people traveling the areas highways and roadways during big three day weekend. AAA says some 34.7 million Americans journeyed some 50 miles or more from home during the holiday weekend. … [Read More]


Highway Projects Start Tuesday In Miller County

A couple highway projects are slated to begin this week in Miller County. According to The Department Of Transportation, roadway maintenance will take place starting Tuesday on Business 54 between Route 242 and Bagnell Dam Boulevard. The project is expected to … [Read More]

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Police Honor Fallen Officer Michael Tufts

Officers from the Eldon Police Department and Troop “F” of the Missouri State Highway Patrol joined fellow officers from across Mid-Missouri over the weekend in honoring a fallen New Bloomfield Police Officer. Michael Tufts passed away one week ago after … [Read More]


Date Set On Ameren Public Hearing

A date has been set by the Missouri Public Service Commission to hold formal evidentiary hearings regarding an electric rate case filed by Ameren Missouri. The hearings are scheduled to begin in late February and run thru mid march. In July of this year, … [Read More]


Dairy Farmers Want Legislation Veto Override

Missouri Dairy Farmers are asking lawmakers to override Governor Jay Nixon’s veto of legislation authorizing financial incentives for their industry. The dairy cattle incentives are included in two broader agriculture bills that Nixon vetoed because they would … [Read More]


Bridge Inspections Start Tuesday

The Department of Transportation will be doing roadwork and some bridge inspections starting on Tuesday in Camden County. Roadway resurfacing will continue on Route 7 between Route 5 and Route 65 with completion of the project scheduled for the fall. Bridge … [Read More]


Hearing Set On November Ballot Challenge

A Missouri Appeals Court has set a September 12th hearing on a challenge to a ballot measure authorizing a limited early voting period. At issue is a measure placed on the November ballot by the Republican led legislature that would allow a six-day early … [Read More]

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Towed Watersport Accident On Pomme De Terre River

A towed watersport accident occurred Saturday afternoon on the Pomme De Terre River. According to a report by the Highway Patrol Water Division, at 3:05pm on the Big Pomme De Terre Arm near the MO-83 Bridge, 35 year old Malinda Shepherd was being towed behind … [Read More]


Social Media Threat Leads To Arrests

A social media threat targeting an individual at Eldon High School leads to two arrests on Friday. The school administration was informed of the threat shortly before 8:00am Friday morning at which time the district's established procedures for threats was put … [Read More]