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Driver suffers medical emergency in Camden County, has minor injuries
A Camdenton driver was left with minor injuries after suffering a medical emergency late Monday morning. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report, Larry Bowlin, 57, of Camdenton, had minor injuries after an accident on Route A at Midway Road in Camden County.
Camden County deputies attend Donuts with Dad event for student with father in military
Timing is everything. Just ask 12-year-old Jaiden Hollandsworth, a sixth grade student at Camdenton, who recently found herself without anyone to attend Donuts with Dad for the second year in a row.
Hooker charged with domestic, third degree assault
A Lake Ozark man is behind bars after allegedly assaulting a family member and giving police more than a few problems on his way to jail. Mitchell Simeon Hooker, 20, of Lake Ozark, was charged with a Class D felony of domestic assault in the second degree and a Class D felony of third degree assault
Spring Plant Sale At The Lake! LOWA Offers Missouri-Native Perennials
OSAGE BEACH, Mo. – The Lake of the Ozarks Watershed Alliance, Inc. (LOWA) will be having their Spring Plant Sale on Apr. 24, 2019 at Southwest Stone, 6386 Osage Beach Parkway in Osage Beach, MO.
Camden County firefighters need help catching suspected arsonist
CLIMAX SPRINGS, Mo. -- It was a busy day for firefighters with the North West Fire Protection District Saturday as they responded to several cover fires around Climax Springs. "We got out there and we had five spot fires along FF in numerous spots," said Deputy Chief Matthew Patton.
Camden County Commission announces creation of veterans treatment court
The Camden County Commission is excited to announce the creation of the Camden County Veterans Treatment Court. Beginning in early 2019, the Honorable Judge Arron Koeppen along with Prosecuting Attorney Heather Miller and the Camden County Commission are instituting this treatment court to serve our
American Pickers to film in Missouri
Mike Wolfe, Frank Fritz, and their team are excited to return to Missouri. They plan to film episodes of the hit series American Pickers throughout the area from May 27-June 9.
Richland man killed after hit by truck west of Bunker
A Richland man lost his life early Monday morning after being struck as a pedestrian on Highway 72 west of Bunker, according to an online report of Troop G of the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
First man freed from prison under FIrst Step Act calls for Missouri reforms
JEFFERSON CITY — President Donald Trump welcomed Matthew Charles home. Trump invited Charles to the State of the Union address to recognize him as the first beneficiary of the federal FIRST STEP Act.
Man Injured In Crash On TT Sunday Evening
MORGAN COUNTY, Mo. — A Versailles man was hospitalized on Sunday evening following a crash on Route TT, a half-mile from Highway 5. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, 51-year-old Terry Branch was driving a 1996 Mazda B4000 north on Route TT when the vehicle went off the right side of th
Track and field team has solid home meet
In front of a large crowd, the Lebanon High School track and field team performed well with 12 girls’ teams competing along with ten boys’ teams. Overall, the girls’ team placed 2nd with a team score of 119 points, 12 behind first place Rolla. The boys’ team finished 5th with 92 team points, finishi
Missouri State Representative has serious injuries after vehicle collision
MORGAN COUNTY, MO (KCTV) – The Missouri State Highway Patrol responded to a crash Monday just before noon where a Missouri State Representative has serious injuries. According to police, Rebecca Roeber, who is a Republican from the 34th District, was traveling eastbound on U.S. 50 Highway in Syracus
Camdenton March Classified Employees Of The Week: Anita Long, Jan Dodge, Nicki Calvert, and Andrea Rhoades
CAMDENTON, Mo. — Camdenton R-III School District employees Anita Long, Jan Dodge, Nicki Calvert, and Andrea Rhoades are recognized for receiving the March Classified Employee of the Week.
Chief Dorhauer reflects on the life of Jim Smith
Every Sunday morning Osage Beach Fire Chief Jeff Dorhauer has a ritual.He watches several shows before he starts his day and of those shows have a segment called "A Life Well Lived".
Attorney General investigating City of Osage Beach for alleged Sunshine Law violation
OSAGE BEACH, Mo. -- Osage Beach City Alderman Jeff Bethurem has filed a sunshine law violation complaint with Attorney General Eric Schmitt's office. According to a statement from the city provided to KY3/KSPR's Andrew Havranek the Attorney General's office is reviewing that complaint.
Chicago Man Accused Of Murdering Drug Dealer In The Ozarks Threatened To ‘Kill Him,’ Investigators Say
MILLER COUNTY, Mo. — A major investigation produced a second arrest earlier this month in the murder of a California man near Lake of the Ozarks, and authorities have released more information about the investigation and evidence.
Jackson, MO resident wins big in Missouri Lottery
JACKSON, MO (KFVS) - A Jackson, Missouri man received a big welcome home gift after a family vacation. Kevin Pruitt was met with a $77,777 Missouri Lottery prize from his winning ticket, “Fireball 7s” scratcher ticket.
2 children among 4 victims of head-on crash in Missouri
UNION, Mo. – Authorities say four family members have been killed in a head-on crash in eastern Missouri. The Missouri State Highway Patrol says the crash happened Friday in Franklin County when the victim’s southbound car crossed into the path of a northbound tractor-trailer on Missouri 47. The car
Patrol arrest leads to drug charges
A Missouri State Highway Patrol investigation led to the arrest Monday of a Lebanon man. Christopher D. Decker, 22, was arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance - methamphetamine, felony; unlawful delivery of drug paraphernalia and on a warrant from Laclede County for failing to a
St. Rep. injured in Morgan County crash
Missouri State Representative Rebecca Roeber was taken to the hospital with serious injuries Monday after a Morgan County car crash. A Missouri State Highway Patrol report said Roeber crossed the center line on Highway 50 in Syracuse.