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Wreck injures one near Highways AA, 17

A Bucyrus woman sustained moderate injuries Monday afternoon in a single-vehicle accident near Highways AA and 17 south of Success. Tpr. Jason Sentman said a northbound 2007 Dodge 2500 pickup driven by Donna J. Jackson, 61, swerved to avoid an animal in the roadway and ran off the right side of the

HOUSTONHERALD.COM - 2018-03-20 12:15:00

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REMMONT.COM - 2018-03-20 21:47:12

Licking resident injured in Monday accident

LICKING, Mo. - A woman from Licking suffered moderate injuries Monday afternoon after the vehicle she was driving ran off-road and hit a tree. 33-year-old Sarah Tow was taken from the scene of the 12:25 pm accident to Texas County Memorial Hospital by ambulance. The accident happened around 12:25 pm

OZARKRADIONEWS.COM - 2018-03-20 07:47:19

Freeburg man charged over threats to parole officer

Cole County prosecutors on Monday charged Richard D. Love, 28, of Freeburg, with tampering with a judicial officer, for making threats about his probation officer. He was being held on $50,000 bond in the Cole County Jail. Police arrested Love about 10:55 a.m. Monday, on an outstanding warrant, acco


Belle man arrested after Osage County crash

A Belle man was treated for minor injuries and later arrested after a two-vehicle crash Tuesday morning in Osage County. Missouri Highway Patrol reports show the crash occurred at 7:09 a.m. on U.S. 63, south of Locust Street in Freeburg. Christopher Holt, 34, crossed the center line and struck a veh


SMDH: Flu numbers plummet from January

A drastic decrease in flu cases was reported during the regular meeting Tuesday of the Salem Memorial District Hospital board of directors. In January, 239 cases of flu were reported by the hospital, up from only 15 the previous year. This reflected a state-wide epidemic of the virus. The final coun

THESALEMNEWSONLINE.COM - 2018-03-21 01:25:00

At Salem R-80, safety is an issue dealt with on daily basis

With the recent incident at Margery Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, school safety has been thrust to the center of a national debate. While events such as this will bring attention to school safety for a period of time, safety is constantly on the minds of school administration an

THESALEMNEWSONLINE.COM - 2018-03-20 16:00:00

Couple sentenced in statutory sodomy case

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley announced on Wednesday that an Ozark County couple were sentenced. David Bauer was sentenced to 15 years in the Missouri Department of Corrections after being convicted of first degree statutory sodomy. His wife, Tiffany Bauer, was sentenc

ABC17NEWS.COM - 2018-03-21 19:23:12

County deputies respond to calls

The officer observed no evidence that the home had been ransacked. The 28-year-old man who owns the residence searched inside and didn't notice anything missing. The deputy noted that a problem with the front door staying shut was identified. A deputy responded at about 4:15 a.m. March 7 after a 48-


Early morning fire destroys business

An area business location was destroyed after a fire broke out in the early morning hours Monday, burning it to the ground. Fire departments from several counties were called to assist after a second alarm was struck. Potosi Fire Chief Roger Lachance said they were called to Coleman's Repair Shop at


Inmate formally charged after January escape

HOUSTON, Mo. - An inmate who walked away from his post at the correctional facility in Licking has been formally charged with escape. 41-year-old John Long was charged March 15 with escaping the South Central Correctional Facility in Licking. Online court records indicate Long was serving a six-year

OZARKRADIONEWS.COM - 2018-03-20 07:50:30

Houston woman charged with felony assault

A Houston woman faces a felony assault charge after a police investigation last Thursday (March 15). Brandi K. Masters, 35, of 112 Spruce St., No. 4, in Houston, is charged with third-degree assault (a class E felony). According to a Houston police officer's report, the officer was dispatched at abo


Local nonprofit adds more resources for domestic violence survivors

WAYNESVILLE, Mo. -- "There's no one group of people that it happens more with. I think there's just more factors that contribute to it, and there's more factors that keep you from being able to get the resources that you need," said Suzanne Wilber, the Executive Director of the Good Samaritan of th

KSPR.COM - 2018-03-20 00:16:00

Dixon, Mo. angler, 11, hooks Missouri-record, possible world record for a redhorse

DIXON, Mo. (Edited News Release) -- The Missouri Department of Conservation reports an angler, 11, from Dixon, Mo. not only hooked a state record but possibly a world record. Maverick Yoakum caught a river redhorse on Tavern Creek using a rod and reel. The new "pole and line" record river redhorse w


Bucyrus resident injured while attempting to avoid animal in road

SUCCESS, Mo. - A resident of Bucyrus suffered moderate injuries Monday after she swerved to miss an animal in the roadway, causing the vehicle to run off-road, hit a tree, and overturn. 61-year-old Donna Jackson was taken from the scene of the accident to Texas County Memorial Hospital by ambulance.

OZARKRADIONEWS.COM - 2018-03-20 07:48:10

Stephens resigns as Houston Middle School principal

Amber Stephens has resigned as Houston Middle School principal. Dr. Allen Moss, superintendent, said Stephens has accepted a position as elementary counselor and special education process coordinator at Licking Schools. Her resignation was accepted Tuesday night by the Houston school board and annou


Missouri lawmakers consider change to trying 17-year-olds as adults

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A bill in the state legislature promises to save kids, save money, and make the state safer. It would change the way teens are prosecuted in the state. Right now, Missouri is one of just five states that currently tries 17-year-olds in adult courts. But, the senate voted unani


Jefferson City teen used 3D printer to help woman after stroke

JEFFERSON CITY - 82-year-old Dolores Fork, who was paralyzed by a stroke, was able enjoy considerably more mobility before she died, thanks largely to the work of young student who created a 3D printed wheelchair extension for her. "She said she was having trouble with her arm after having a stroke


Minor injuries received in Friday wrecks

A Vandalia woman was hurt in a one vehicle crash Friday evening in Cole County. Missouri Highway Patrol reports show the crash occurred on around 6:20 p.m. on Westbound U.S. 54, just west of Old Bass Road. Loretta Marshall, 49, went off the road and into a treeline. She was wearing a seat belt and w


Witnesses ask Legislature to toughen child marriage laws

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Lawmakers are being asked to end the Missouri's status as the easiest state in the U.S. for a 15-year-old to get married. The Kansas City Star reports Missouri allowed those 15 to 17 to marry with the permission of only one parent, even if the other parent objects. Also,