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Two Area Women Arrested in Shoplifting Incidents

The Osage Beach Police Department says two people were arrested for alleged shoplifting from Target over the holiday weekend.  52-year-old Carol A. Meredith of Iberia was charged with Felony Shoplifting on Saturday (4) and 42-year-old Laurie L. Jett of Linn Creek was charged with Misdemeanor Shoplifting on Sunday (5)… … [Read More]

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Woman Injured After Boat She Was In Hit a Wake

A Monroe City woman was injured following an incident on the Lake Sunday afternoon at the 11.6 mile marker. The Highway Patrol’s Water Division reports a 1993 Webbcraft runabout operated by 60 year old Marvin Hathaway struck a wake causing his wife, 55 year … [Read More]


Gov Nixon Signs Stillborn Tax Exempt Bill

Governor Jay Nixon has signed a bill that will give parents of stillborn children a tax exemption. Starting in January, the measure will allow parents to deduct $1,200 from their taxable income for each stillborn child. A certificate of birth resulting in … [Read More]

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Two Area Residents Killed in Separate Accidents

An Eldon man was killed in an accident on Friday (3), one of two fatalities involving area residents over the July Fourth weekend. Police say 56-year-old Terry L. Trusley died when a vehicle pulled from a median crossover on U.S. Highway 63 in front of the … [Read More]

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Severe Weather Possible Again

The National Weather Service has once again placed the region under a Flash Flood Watch starting tonight (Monday 6) through Wednesday (8) night. Another two to five-inches are expected over the 48 hour period. Meteorologist Robert Frye with the Springfield … [Read More]


Swisher Sworn in As New Lake Ozark City Clerk

The City of Lake Ozark has a new City Clerk. Corey Swisher was sworn in by Mayor Johnnie Franzeskos earlier today (Monday 6). Kathy Vance has served as interim city clerk since the retirement of Rachel Kelley earlier in the spring… … [Read More]

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Breaking News-No Wake Policy Lifted Immediately

Missouri Jay Nixon today (Saturday 4) announced that the no-wake policy at the Lake of the Ozarks instituted Thursday (2) has been lifted, effective immediately.   The Department of Public Safety and the Missouri State Highway Patrol have been monitoring … [Read More]


Flows Expected to be Cut Again This Afternoon

Some good news coming from Ameren Missouri again. Flows were expected to be reduced once again. Alan Sullivan says they will reduce outflows again at 2pm… As of 1pm, the flows were reported at 73-thousand, 547 cubic feet per second, down from the … [Read More]