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Osage Beach To See More Christmas Lights

The City of Osage Beach has been busy preparing for the winter holidays. Since September, the city has been working on new light projects to display during Christmas time across the parkway and the city park. City Administrator Jeana Woods says they’ve got something really neat this year Woods says that some of the lights are already up and the city will continue to work … [Read More]

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Operation Dry Water Results On KRMSRADIO.COM

This year’s operation dry water results have officially been released from the Highway Patrol’s Water Division. Officials say that only eight people were arrested for B.W.I. Over 430 vessels were checked and a total of 390 warnings issued along 72 boating … [Read More]

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Dinosaur Still Missing From Area Business

Area police officers are looking for a lost Dinosaur from a business that uses it as a mascot. According to reports, the 5”4 12FT long Dino was taken on Halloween from the Dickneite Oil Company. The Dino was a part of the company because they sell Sinclair … [Read More]

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Henderson Sentenced To Life In Prison

An Iberia man has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for murdering a teenage girl back in June of 2013. 31 year old Steven Henderson pled guilty yesterday (friday) to charges of first degree murder for stabbing to death 13 year … [Read More]

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Remodeling Of LO Fire Station Coming Along

The remodeling and expansion project for Lake Ozark fire station one on Bagnell Dam Boulevard is coming along well. This is the second phase of a $5.3 million dollar project that was approved by voters in 2013 and when finished will include new administrative … [Read More]


Plea Voided In Fisher Case

A Miller County Judge has changed the plea for a man accused of sodomizing an infant. 25 year old Aaron Michael Fisher pled guilty to two counts of forcible sodomy of a five month old child back in July but Judge Kenneth Hayden voided the guilty plea yesterday … [Read More]

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Charges Filed Against Moniteau Prosecutor

Charges have now been filed against Moniteau county prosecutor Shayne Healea. Healea faces four counts of felony second degree assault and one felony count of leaving the scene of an accident. He’s accused of backing his truck into Addison’s restaurant in … [Read More]

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Children Perish In Mobile Home Fire

A mobile home fire in Pulaski county has claimed the lives of two children. According to reports, the fire occurred late Thursday night on Samson road just off highway 17 near Laquey. When firefighters arrived on scene they found the mobile home fully engulfed … [Read More]


Mize Pleads Not Guilty

A Pulaski county man has pled not guilty to one count of involuntary manslaughter. Earlier this year, 55 year old Charles Mize allegedly gave morphine to a family member who then died. Mize is also charged with two counts of delivery of a controlled substance … [Read More]

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Fire Distroys Home In Osage Beach

A fire early Friday morning has destroyed a home in Osage Beach. Firefighters were called out to a structure fire on Gerrard lane and when they arrived they found flames coming thru the roof. The people living in the home were able to get out safely and fire … [Read More]


Over 90K Deer Checked Opening Weekend

The Missouri Department of Conservation is releasing the numbers for opening weekend of November deer firearms season. According to the M.D.C., over 91,400 deer were checked compared to around 61,000 this time last year. That’s an increase of nearly 30,000. … [Read More]