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Cabool man charged with DWI, other offenses in Miller County
A Cabool man was charged Tuesday night with driving under the influence as well as three other charges in Miller County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol said Joshua A. Horton, 45, was also charged with driving while intoxicated, speeding, tail light violation and no rear license plate lamp. He was
2 Missouri, 2 Colorado men indicted for $1.7 million marijuana conspiracy
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Two Missouri men and two Colorado men have been indicted by a federal grand jury for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute more than $1.7 million of marijuana.
Jolley named as football coach for new public high school
Jefferson City Public Schools officials have chosen Shannon Jolley to be the head football coach for Capital City High School, which will be opening in the fall of 2019. "My family and I are honored to be a part of the new Capital City High School," Jolley stated in a school district news release. "
Landscape Workers Spot A Fire In The Woods, Home Saved
Don Batliner and his lawn care crew were working on a property at 2:51 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 12 on Highway J in Gravois Mills when they saw smoke. “At first they thought someone was just doing a controlled burn,” Gravois Fire Protection District (GFPD) Fire Chief Ed Hancock said. After the smoke b
Local Man Proposes To His Girlfriend At Lake Of The Ozarks' Enchanted Village Of Lights
Christmas is a magical time, and the Laurie Enchanted Village of Lights is the perfect place to get in the holiday spirit at the Lake. It's also apparently a good place to get in the marrying mood.
3 things to do this week
You do not want to miss these three things to do, from singing in a cave to a cookie sale. The Can-Am Police-Fire Games will host a social from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at The Bull Pen on December 13. An Ugly Sweater Contest will be held. Locals Shelley Dougan and Mike Oakes will be behind the bar serving dri
Meth reportedly found at Miller County traffic stop
MILLER COUNTY, Mo. – A Springfield Illinois man was jailed on a drug allegation after being stopped for speeding in Miller County Wednesday night. The online arrest report from the Missouri Highway Patrol indicates that Kevin L. Ownbey, 50, was stopped around 8:30 p.m last night. The report alleges
Jefferson City police take one into custody for fleeing arrest
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - The Jefferson City Police Department took one person into custody on Tuesday morning after they led police on a chase on Highway 54/50. According to the police departments Twitter, there were multiple officers chasing the subject Tuesday morning.
Boys' Basketball Roundup -- Versailles, Eldon and Climax Springs
MICHAEL LOSCH, Lake Sun Sports Editor, firstname.lastname@example.org — Versailles comes up short against Warrensburg. Versailles went to battle with Warrensburg at the University of Central Missouri on Saturday and the Tigers fell by a final score of 72-52.
Eldon Man Found Guilty Of Felony Assault After Bloody Brawl
MILLER COUNTY, Mo. — An Eldon man could face up to seven years in prison after a judge pronounced him guilty of 2nd Degree Assault, on Nov. 29. According to Miller County Prosecutor Ben Winfrey, Schaffer D. Chapman was found guilty by a Miller County Circuit Court of Second-Degree Assault after a co
Chicago Man Shot And Killed While Attending Missouri College Was Not Targeted, Police Say
CHICAGO (CBS) – Police say D’Angelo Bratton-Bland was not the intended target of a shooting that left him dead last week in Jefferson City, Missouri, and he was not doing anything illegal at the time.
Vigil held for 23-year-old Chicago student slain in Missouri
CHICAGO — A vigil was held Monday for a former Chicago student who was gunned down in Missouri where he was going to college. Friends and family gathered at the Perspectives Math and Science Academy to celebrate the life of D’Angelo Britton-Bland, but also to ask for answers.
Fulton man pleads guilty to federal guns charges
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - A Fulton man pleaded guilty to four federal charges on Friday after he allegedly shot at several semi-trucks during a chase on Interstate 70 in April 2016.
Columbia man charged with having half pound of weed
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - A 19-year-old Columbia man was arrested and charged after he allegedly threatened undercover police officers and had a half-pound of marijuana under the hood of his car Friday.
A Missouri man has to watch a Disney movie as part of his court-ordered punishment—yes, really
It’s hard to imagine a scenario in which watching a Disney movie would be considered punishment. But one Missouri man is being required to watch Bambi once a month—as part of a court-ordered sentence. The Springfield News-Leader reports that David Berry Jr. was one of four members of a Southwest Mis
Camdenton Teacher Of The Week: Daniel Moulder
Daniel Moulder, third grade teacher at Hawthorn Elementary, has been named Camdenton School District Teacher of the Week. In announcing the honor, the district said of Moulder, "Daniel has grown tremendously in his craft over his first four years as a teacher in this district. He is always willing t
Andy’s Frozen Custard Set to Open in Murfreesboro This Week
Frozen custard franchise Andy’s Frozen Custard will open in Murfreesboro Wednesday, December 19 at 2262 Memorial Blvd. Andy’s Frozen Custard began more than three decades ago in Osage Beach, Missouri by Jon and Carol Kuntz. Their sweet treats quickly became legend and they took their frozen custard
GUEST COMMENTARY: Coalition responds to SSM CEO's letter about St. Mary's Hospital
A SSM Health corporate executive finally acknowledged what A Coalition for Choice has been saying for weeks: St. Louis-based corporate executives believe they know what’s best for Mid-Missouri families and their personal health care.
Corrections officer killed in Jefferson City homicide
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - The Jefferson City Police Department identified Justin R. Kammerich, 33, of Jefferson City as the victim of Wednesday night's homicide. Officers said they were called to the 800 block of Broadway near West Ashley Street around 11 p.m. on Wednesday for reported shots fired.
Over 300 lbs. of pot seized in I-70 traffic stop in Mo.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (WIBW) -- Hundreds of pounds of pot were reportedly found inside an SUV during a traffic stop in Missouri. On Friday, the Missouri State Highway Patrol shared a picture of dozens of vacuum-sealed bags of marijuana spilling out of the back of the vehicle.