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Updated Information-No Wake Remains in Effect Through at Least Saturday Morning

The Missouri State Highway Patrol says the no-wake policy put into effect at the Lake of the Ozarks will not be lifted today (Friday 3).  Conditions will be evaluated Saturday (4) morning to determine whether water levels have decreased sufficiently for the no-wake restriction to be lifted.   Water levels have been reduced but remain high.   As a result, the Department of … [Read More]

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Breaking News-No Wake Zone Restrictions in Place

Many have been wondering about it and it went into effect Thursday (2) afternoon. Governor Jay Nixon explained the reasons for the no-wake zone… In the meantime, Ameran Missouri has some good news. The flows are being decreased. Alan Sullivan tells us … [Read More]

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Flooded Roads Still Reported in Camden County

With the additional rain that fell on Thursday (2) night, some roads remain closed in Camden County. Overall, there was not any additional damage. K-R-M-S- News spoke with Camden County Office of Emergency Management Coordinator Ron Gentry… Two roads … [Read More]

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Breaking News-Tornado Watch Issued

A Tornado Watch has been issued for a portion of the Lake Region for Wednesday (1) night through 12 Midnight.  Camden and Morgan Counties are under the watch.  Possible severe thunderstorms and tornadoes are possible in the area.  KRMS will keep you advised... … [Read More]


Flows at Bagnell Increased

The flows at Bagnell Dam have doubled from where they were Thursday (1) morning… That is Ameran’s Alan Sullivan. More weather is expected overnight into the morning hours on Friday (2)… … [Read More]

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Westlake Aquatic Center Sees Increase

A steady month-to-month increase in attendance, especially by seniors and those seeking wellness options has boosted the use of the Westlake Aquatic Center this spring. More than half the pool’s users are senior citizens from Camden County, even counting … [Read More]

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Dropping Marine Fuel Tax to Help Boaters

Missouri Governor Jay Nixon signed legislation last week to help boaters receive their marine fuel tax refund easier. The 17-cent a gallon tax fuel distributors have to add to the cost they sell to marinas will be eliminated on August 28th.   This will mean … [Read More]

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Long Time Business on West End Closes

It is the end of an era for an Osage Beach restaurant. The City Grill and Blue Room after 13 years will shut down for good after tonight (Tuesday 30). It was announced on their Facebook page on Monday (29) they were closing down. The family run operation has … [Read More]


Shepherd Sentenced to Two Decades in Prison

Zackary Shepherd was sentenced to 20 years in prison on Monday (29). Miller County Prosecutor Benjamin Winfrey says Shepherd was charged in September 2014 with First Degree Robbery, Armed Criminal Action, Second Degree Assault and Unlawful Use of a Weapon … [Read More]