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Trailer Crash In Webster County Shutdown Roads
As the freezing drizzle conditions continue, dangerous road conditions remain an issue. There was a crash in Webster County at Highway 60 and FF in Fordland. It shutdown traffic for hours.
Winter Weather Advisory for southeast Kansas and southwest Missouri
KSNF/KODE - A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect from 12pm Tuesday to 6am Wednesday. In Southeast Kansas, that includes Cherokee, Crawford, and Bourbon counties. In Southwest Missouri, all counties in the Four State region are included.
TRAFFIC DELAYS: Semi flips on I-44 near Marshfield, Mo.
NEAR MARSHFIELD, Mo. -- A crash involving a semi slowed traffic Thursday morning on I-44 near Marshfield, Mo. The crash happened at mile marker 105. The semi flipped over onto its side in the westbound lanes. The semi is appears to be the only vehicle involved. The crash damaged a portion of the gua
Northern Missouri hospital voluntarily suspends license for three months
I-70 Community Hospital in northern Missouri’s Sweet Springs has voluntarily suspended its license for 90 days. In a press release issued after 5 p.m. on Friday, the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services says the 15-bed hospital is out of compliance with regulations and unable to provide
Death of two Missouri brothers ruled a murder-suicide
BOSS, Mo. (AP) – The Dent County Sheriff’ Office is investigating a murder-suicide involving two brothers. Investigators say the brothers’ bodies were found Sunday in the unincorporated town of Boss near the Dent and Iron counties line.
Lady Wildcats pounce on Jays, fall to Tigers
The Logan-Rogersville girls basketball squad put a cap on the Big 8 East on Thursday, taking down the Marshfield Lady Jays in a 65-36 away game, and then went head-to-head with the best of the Big 8 West in Nevada on Monday. The Wildcats came out on the losing end of that one, falling for the first
Winter Storm Watch issued for SW Iowa, NW Missouri Tue. evening through Wed. Morning
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch for all of southwest Iowa and parts of northwest Missouri Tuesday evening through Wednesday morning. Iowa: Monona-Harrison-Shelby-Pottawattamie-Mills-Montgomery-Fremont-Page-Crawford-Carroll-Audubon-Cass-Adair-Adams-Union-Clarke-Taylor-Rin
No TAP funding to fix Marshfield square
Improvements to the Marshfield square will have to happen through some other mechanism than the one the city and county were hoping for. The joint application for Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) funding, administered by the Missouri Department of Transportation, was unsuccessful.
University of Missouri student leaves campus after being diagnosed with tuberculosis
COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMOV.com) -- A student at the University of Missouri has left campus after reportedly contracting tuberculosis. The university announced the news on Twitter, saying the student left voluntarily and that campus health officials are working with the Boone County Department of Public Hea
Missouri utility program to build more electric car chargers
COLUMBIA, Mo. – A Missouri utility is planning to spend more than $4 million over five years to encourage the construction of charging stations for electric cars. The Columbia Daily Tribune reports that the Missouri Public Service Commission recently approved Ameren Missouri’s program to offer incen
Rogersville Woman Sentenced for 2017 Murder Case
TANEY COUNTY, Mo. - A Rogersville woman has been sentenced in connection to a 2017 murder case. Najee Donson, 25, pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter and armed criminal action. She was sentenced to 18 years in the Missouri Department of Corrections for the voluntary manslaughter charge and 10 y
Woman dies in Wednesday morning crash in southern Webster County
SEYMOUR, Mo. -- The Missouri Highway Patrol is investigating a deadly crash in southern Webster County. Joni S. Whiteman, 58, of Seymour, Mo., died in the crash Wednesday morning shortly after 8 a.m.
Rockford murder suspect arrested in Missouri after high-speed chase
ROCKFORD (WREX) — The suspect wanted in the murder of a woman on Saturday in Rockford has been arrested. Abdon Ochoa-Villaneda, 37, was arrested after a high-speed chase in Clinton County, Missouri. Rockford Police detectives were able to track Ochoa-Villaneda to Missouri after Saturday’s incident a
25 years later, Missouri hazing death consequences remain
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. • Twenty-five years after Michael Davis died from injuries suffered in a brutal fraternity hazing ritual at Southeast Missouri State University, his death still has far-reaching consequences.
Meth again a dangerous scourge in Missouri
Missouri was once considered the meth lab capital of the country. The frequent busts and tales of exploding labs in residential neighborhoods became so commonplace that they were no longer newsworthy.
Cannabis business workshop held today at the University of Missouri Saint Louis
ST. LOUIS - Entrepreneurs and investors who are interested in starting a cannabis business or expanding into the Missouri cannabis industry have a chance to learn from industry pioneers on Monday, February 18.
MOzarks Moments: ‘Angel of Ava' continues to confound residents
When the “Angel of the Ozarks” began bestowing anonymous gifts, cash donations were made to organizations and institutions in Springfield, so some headlines also called the bestower of those gifts, “Springfield's Mystery Angel.” Then residents of Ava began receiving anonymous cash gifts and the bene
Dozen of Animals Rescued From a Hoarding Situation in Missouri
BATES COUNTY, Mo. (KNWA) - Dozens of animals have been rescued from a hoarding situation in Bates County, Missouri, and even seasoned rescue workers said they were stunned. Nearly 50 animals were rescued from the home after the homeowner was caught for a third time hoarding animals.
Slick roads blamed for rollover crash in Northeast Missouri
Slick roads now being blamed for a rollover crash involving a single vehicle. The crash happened around 8:20 p.m. Sunday on Highway 63, just one mile south of Kirksville. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Terry Gray, 67, of Atlanta, Missouri was southbound when he lost control on the s
House Fire Sends Three People to the Hospital
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - An early morning house fire sent three people to the hospital. Fire crews responded to the 4400 hundred block of West Delmar around one this morning. Once on scene they were able to bring the fire under control.