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Drug Take Back Program Taking Place This Saturday

The Osage Beach Police Department is joining with a number of law enforcement agencies for the DEA’s drug take back program. Sergeant Arlyne Page says this is a good, safe way for residents get ride of any unwanted or expired prescription drugs. She says the Osage Beach Police Department will be putting on the event this Saturday: Residents can drop off … [Read More]

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MODOT Unveils New Technology

The Missouri Department of Transportation has a message for drivers. The department is looking at using a long range acoustical device or “l-Rad” in hopes of getting the attention of motorists when road crews are out working on the highways. However, MODOT … [Read More]

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Two People Have Been Arrested On Drug Charges

The Missouri State Highway Patrol has arrested two people near Lebanon on drug charges. Police say the suspects were on their way home from a festival Sunday night in Eldridge and were found to be in possession of psilocybin mushrooms, marijuana, LSD and … [Read More]

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Missouri Death Row Inmate Executed Just After Midnight

A man convicted of killing a southeast Missouri couple in 1993 has been executed. 57 year old William Rousan was put to death just after midnight. Governor Jay Nixon denied Rousan clemency yesterday and the U.S. Supreme Court also turned down a request to … [Read More]

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Changes Could Be Made To The Bright Flight Program

Missouri Lawmakers could be making changes to the Bright Flight Program. Lawmakers have until May 9th to pass the budget which would expand college scholarships for top students in an effort to keep them employed in Missouri. In order to pass the bill, … [Read More]

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Missouri Senate Has Delayed Shared Hours Bill

The Missouri Senate has delayed final approval of the Shared Hours Bill. The bill would give employers more flexibility to reduce hours for their employees by as much as sixty percent instead of laying them off; however some senators worry the proposal could … [Read More]

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Cross Creek Protest At Commission Meeting

A planned unit development in the Camdenton area is seeing some opposition from local residents. About 30 people recently voiced their concerns at a meeting of the Camden County Commission over a proposed amendment to the Lakeside at Cross Creek. Most of the … [Read More]