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State Auditor Tom Schweich Has Died

Sad news today as staff is confirming that State Auditor Tom Schweich has died. According to reports, he was admitted to a St. Louis hospital for a medical condition. Staff members for Schweich said that Schweich had shot himself but no one is sure why he did it. Governor Jay Nixon says that he joins all Missourians in mourning the passing of the state auditor who he calls a … [Read More]

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Drug Raid Results In Child Removed From Home

The Lake Area Narcotics Enforcement Group took part in a drug bust that netted a large amount of methamphetamine, marijuana and prescription pills. LANEG along with the Maries County sheriff’s office executed a search warrant at a residence in belle and … [Read More]

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Fire In Gravois Mills Displaces Family Of Four

A family of four has been displaced after their home caught fire in Gravois Mills earlier this week. Firefighters responded to the blaze in the 3100 block of highway 135 on Tuesday. There were no injuries reported and the family, consisting of two adults and … [Read More]

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OBPD Click It Or Ticket Results On KRMSRADIO.COM

The results are in from this year’s click it or ticket campaign conducted by the Osage Beach police department. A total of 30 vehicles were stopped which led to a felony arrest, one DWI arrest, three hazardous moving citations, and several non-hazardous moving … [Read More]

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Bill Looks To Ensure Safety For Women

The only clinic in Missouri that performs abortions could be subject to an annual inspection by the state’s health department under a bill that’s been approved by the house. Yesterday (Wednesday) the house voted 119 to 35 approving the measure that supporters … [Read More]

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Lake Ozark BOA Results On KRMSRADIO.COM

Several things were discussed during last night’s (Tuesday) meeting of the Lake Ozark board of alderman. An ordinance was approved that allows the city to address changes in state law that limits the city’s regulation of wireless communication facilities. The … [Read More]

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Another Mistrial For Adkison Case

Another mistrial has been declared in the case against a Columbia man that led authorities on a manhunt across the lake area in 2013. A judge declared a mistrial yesterday (Tuesday) for Brian Adkison who is charged with kidnapping his ex-girlfriend, domestic … [Read More]

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Pub Crawl Success Dispite Bad Weather

Reaction continues to come in regarding this year’s Lake Area Mardi Gras pub crawl. Event organizer Jeff Carroll says attendance was down a little due to the weather, but overall it was a great time for participants. Carroll says they’re already looking … [Read More]

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Fundraiser For Passport To Parkway Thursday

A fundraiser for this year’s passport to the parkway for the west end of the Grand Glaize bridge is taking place tomorrow (Thursday). That’s according to passport to the parkway committee member Phyllis Marose who says they’re excited about this year’s big … [Read More]

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Weekend Saturation Operation Results On KRMSRADIO.COM

The Highway Patrol’s Troop “F” which serves the lake area is releasing the results of a DWI saturation operation conducted over the weekend in Camden County. A total of 30 vehicles were stopped with 13 citations issued including one felony, one DWI, two for … [Read More]

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Mizzou Study Says Elderly Should Keep Driving

A new study from the University of Missouri finds senior citizens might want to think twice before they give up driving. According to the study older people could face negative consequences including the loss of independence as well as social connections and … [Read More]