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Highway Patrol To Inspect School Busses Statewide

The Missouri State Highway Patrol is about the start checking school buses as a part of their annual school bus fleet checks across the state. The inspections occur twice a year in the spring and the fall. Last year it was estimated that Highway Patrol check over 12,000 buses alone between February and the end of May. Last year 85% of the schools buses in our state passed … [Read More]

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Accident In Morgan County Sends 6 To The Hospital

An accident in Morgan County sends several people to the hospital Wednesday night. According to the Highway Patrol, 28 year old Mallory Mahon of Osborn was attempting to make a left turn in her 2015 Chrysler 200 when she failed to yield to a 2011 Ford E-350 … [Read More]


Lawmakers Vote To Not Get A Raise

State Lawmakers will not get that raise after all. According to reports, State senators decided today (Thursday) by a vote of 31 to 3 to block the pay increase for themselves and Governor Nixon following feedback from several residents. The house had voted … [Read More]


Osage Sheriff Appeals Decision, Won’t Step Down

The Osage County Sheriff Michael Dixon says he’s not stepping down and has filed for an appeal as allowed by law. Earlier this week the Missouri Department of Public Safety revoked his peace officer’s license after he pled guilty to charges in a case of … [Read More]

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Presley Found Guilty Of 1st Degree Murder

The trial of a man accused of murdering his girlfriend’s toddler has ended in a guilty verdict yesterday (Wednesday) in Cass County court. According to court documents, the jury found T.J. Presley guilty of 1st degree murder and child abuse in the death of 3 … [Read More]


Miller County Ready To Replace Bridges

The Miller County Commission is moving forward with plans to replace two bridges in the Lake area before MODOT is forced to close them due to deterioration. The commission met with the SKW Engineers and Don Schneiders construction company earlier last week to … [Read More]

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Lawmakers Strike Back At EPA On Water Regulations

Two Lake Area lawmakers are saying no to the E.P.A. to define how the water is controlled in Missouri. Senator Mike Kehoe submitted a bill to the state’s senate that reads that the E.P.A. continues its assault on waters all over the US trying to now regulate … [Read More]

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Water Safety Council Meets For 1st Time In 2015

The Lake of the Ozarks Water Safety council just held their first meeting of the year on Tuesday. The council discussed upcoming events planned to help keep people safe in the water, one of which is Lake of the Ozarks water safety day. Board member and KRMS … [Read More]

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Area Company Fined For Telemarking Calls

The Missouri Attorney General’s office has settled with an area company over violating the state’s no call law. According to a report, the AG’s office had received numerous complaints about the Fawe Enterprise Company in Rolla doing business as Air Essentials … [Read More]


Lawmakers Might Get The Raise Afterall

Missouri Lawmakers may wind up getting that pay raise, even though members of the house attempted to get that stopped. On Wednesday a filibuster done by senate Democrats as they claim the current $35,915 per year is not enough to work. The recommended number … [Read More]

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Sunrise Beach Fires Barry Campbell From PW

Barry Campbell is out. That’s the official word from the Village of Sunrise Beach’s City Clerk Jeni Hamm, who confirmed to the world that the Village elected to terminate his employment following a week’s suspension. Campbell took over as the head of public … [Read More]