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40 firefighters from the Ozarks head west to battle wildfires

ROLLA, Mo. (News Release) --Forty firefighters gathered at 401 Fairgrounds Rd. in Rolla, Missouri, on Friday afternoon, July 20. Support personnel at the Missouri Iowa Interagency Coordination Center (MOCC), were checking everyone in and preparing them for a two week wildland firefighting assignment

KYTV - 2018-07-20 18:58:00

Missouri's Castle House Is the Most Haunted Place in the Midwest—Buy It If You Dare!

The owners of the historicCastle HouseinBrumley, MO, have taken what is usually considered a negative for any home—its reputation for being haunted—and turned it into a positive. Billed as theHaunted Castle House,it's currently operating as a ghost-themed B&B, offering both ghost tours and overnight


JC man sentenced in child abuse at mall

Cole County Presiding Judge Pat Joyce sentenced Bruce Cannady, 23, who was found guilty of second-degree domestic assault and abuse or neglect of a child.


Eldon man charged with sexual abuse

An Eldon man was charged Wednesday following a sexual abuse investigation in Miller County.According to information from the Miller County Sheriff’s Department, Eric Goolsby is facing charges of second-degree sexual abuse and failure to register as a sex offender.During the investigation, the victim


Secret donations pour in for Missouri medical marijuana push

The Missourians for Patient Care campaign committee raised $530,000 in monetary contributions between April and July, about $505,000 of which was funneled from a nonprofit corporation with the same name. The nonprofit isn't required to reveal its donors, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported .

SFGATE - 2018-07-21 15:24:10

JEFFERSON, ‎Missouri | Missouri court gives jolt of life to long Midwest power line | STL.News

JEFFERSON CITY,Mo.— A proposal for a high-voltage power line carrying wind energy across the Midwest has received a jolt of new life after the Missouri Supreme Court ruled that regulators wrongly rejected it.The court ruling Tuesday means that Missouri must re-evaluate whether Clean Line Energy Part


Top Democrat in Missouri House resigning to take new job

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ROANOKE TIMES - 2018-07-20 18:25:40

Democratic District 6 Senate candidates address issues

Five Jefferson City residents want voters to choose them as Mid-Missouri's next 6th District state senator, succeeding former Sen. Mike Kehoe, who was term-limited and couldn't run for re-election even before he became the state's lieutenant governor a month ago.


Mother Who Loses Kids in Lebanon House Fire Speaks

20-year-old, Alee Malleck was the only survivor in the fire that claimed the lives of her 6-month-old daughter, Patience and 1-year-old son, Andre along with their three cousins.


The Salem News closes press, to be printed in Jeff City

For the first time in its 100-year existence, The Salem News beginning next week will be printed at a facility outside Dent County.This week’s edition is the last scheduled for printing at the Salem Publishing Company facility at 500 N. Washington St., where the newspaper has been printed since the


Four arrested in Morgan County drug bust

According to Morgan County Sheriff’s Department reports, in a joint investigation with the Mid-Missouri Drug Task Force, a residence in the 12000 block of Countryside Lane was searched for illegal drugs and evidence of fraud. Officers seized approximately 34 grams of methamphetamine and associated d


Bradshaw leaving Intercounty for CEO job at Co-Mo

Aaron Bradshaw, CEO/general manager of Intercounty Electric Cooperative in Licking, has been tapped to take the helm at Co-Mo Electric Cooperative, which serves mid-Missouri. Bradshaw becomes Co-Mo’s sixth ever CEO/general manager.


Prison Inmate Serving Life Sentence has Died

Pratt was serving a life sentence for six counts of rape, sodomy, use of a child in sexual performance, and two counts of abuse of a child from Boone County.


Two face drug charges after passing out at McDonald’s

William C. Haines, 31, and Heather Parker, 36, are each charged with one felony count of possession of a controlled substance. Bond for both was set at $10,000 cash only.


Law enforcement officers make arrests

Responsing at 7:27 p.m., an off-duty Fulton detective pursued a man on foot suspected of stealing a purse from a customer's cart. The detective and another officer were able to take the suspect, Joe Hultz Jr., 40, of Mexico, into custody.


Man hospitalized after falling 2 stories on to concrete in Camden County

LAKE OZARK, Mo. --The Camden County Sheriff's Department is investigating a man's two-story fall from a balcony.It happened Saturday morning at Camden on the Lake. Jonathan M. Ainsworth, 27, of Lee Summit hit the concrete below.He suffered life-threatening injuries. The victim is now in serious cond


Camdenton, Osage Beach to consider putting "use tax" issue on future ballot

OSAGE BEACH, Mo. --If you live in Camden County, and you buy something online or on your phone from an out-of-state shop, the county already gets their share of the tax collected by the state on that purchase.Now, Osage Beach and Camdenton are considering asking voters to add a use tax to their citi


McDonalds salads linked to illness, says Missouri officials

At least seven people in Missouri have contracted an intestinal illness after eating McDonald's salads, according to theDepartment of Health and Senior Services.


Peace Officer License for Anthony Piercy Revoked

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Former Highway Patrol Trooper Anthony Piercy's peace officer license has been revoked, according to Mike O'Connell of the Missouri Department of Public Safety.


Freeburg woman faces Cole County drug charges

Undercover detectives saw Amanda Struemph, 32, conducting a narcotics transaction Saturday afternoon in the 2000 block of Seven Hills Road, according to a Jefferson City Police Department probable cause statement.