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MAY 1, 2015 TURKEY HUNTING ACCIDENT IN WAYNE COUNTY (Audio)


(Williamsville) A Williamsville man has been treated and released from a local hospital after a turkey hunting accident on Tuesday with an Arkansas man ...Read More

MAY 01, 2015 JEFFERSON COUNTY MAN PLAYING FOR TEAM USA (Audio)


(JEFFERSON COUNTY) Picture playing ice hockey while sitting on a sled, and using sticks used move across the ice and hit the puck ...Read More

MAY 1, 2015 VANDALS DEFACE CLIFF ALONG SHANNON COUNTY RIVER


(Eminence) Vandals have defaced a cliff along the Jacks Fork River in Shannon County ...Read More

MAY 1, 2015 BIG RIVER CHIEF ON ST FRANCOIS COUNTY FIRE (Audio)


(Silver Springs) Two people were injured after a fire Friday morning in northern Saint Francois County ...Read More

MAY 1, 2015 CHILD MOLESTATION CHARGES OUT OF PERRYVILLE


(Perryville) A Perryville man is facing child molestation charges out of Perry County ...Read More

MAY 1, 2015 ST FRANCOIS COUNTY ROTARY HOLDING SPECIAL OLYMPIC'S (Audio)


(Park Hills) Eight Mineral Area Conference schools will participate in the Special Olympic's May 11th ...Read More

MAY 1, 2015 DAY/NIGHT GOLF TOURNAMENT (Audio)


(Desloge) Day golf, night golf and dinner in between is being offered by the Desloge Chamber of Commerce ...Read More

MAY 1, 2015 POTOSI ELKS SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS SPEAK (Audio)


(Potosi) The Potosi Elks held their annual scholarship awards banquet Thursday night ...Read More

MAY 1, 2015 SENATE CONSIDERS RAISING FUEL TAX (Audio)


(Jefferson City) With two weeks to go in the current session the Missouri Senate is considering raising the state fuel tax ...Read More

MAY 1, 2015 HOSPITAL MERGER OFFICIAL (Audio)


(Farmington) The merger of the two Farmington hospitals was finalized today (Fri), as the ownership of Mineral Area Regional Medical Center
was transferred to BJC HealthCare of St ...Read More

MAY 1, 2015 ARCADIA VALLEY CAREER TECH RECEIVES HEFTY GRANT (Audio)


(Ironton) The Arcadia Valley Career Technical Center in Ironton has received some good news ...Read More

MAY 1, 2015 MAN SENT TO HOSPITAL AFTER TRAILER FIRE


(Silver Springs) One man was taken to an area hospital with burn wounds after a fire erupted in a mobile home on Franklin Ridge Road in northern Saint Francois County Friday morning ...Read More

MAY 1, 2015 SMALL SCHOOL FUNDING BILL DEAD (Audio)


(Jefferson City) A bill that would have been a safety net for small school districts in Missouri and help them maintain their funding has been killed in the Missouri Senate ...Read More

MAY 1, 2015 SMALL SCHOOL FUNDING BILL DEAD (Audio)


(Jefferson City) A bill that would have helped small school districts in Missouri maintain their funding has been killed in the Missouri Senate ...Read More

APR 30, 2015 POTOSI ELKS SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS (Audio)


(Potosi) The Potosi Elks Scholarship Awards Banquet took place Thursday night ...Read More

APR 30, 2015 GOVERNOR'S OFFICE GETS FACELIFT (Audio)


(Jefferson City) During a time when Missouri's Governor froze state budgets, his staff was redecorating his office ...Read More

APR 30, 2015 ST MARY WOMAN GUILTY IN METHADONE DEATH


(Farmington) A woman from Saint Mary has been found guilty in Saint Francois County in a methodone deaths case originally out of Sainte Genevieve County ...Read More

APR 30, 2015 MISSOURI CORN PLANTING IS SLOW (Audio)


(Missouri) The most recent USDA crop progress report shows only 20 percent of the state’s corn crop has been planted, compared to 44 percent last year at this time ...Read More

APR 30, 2015 AAA AND GAS PRICES (Audio)


(Missouri) Even though gas prices seem to be leveling off in Missouri, Triple-A spokesman Mike Right says as a trend, prices are holding steady, but sometimes a supply glitch causes a rise in prices...Read More

APR 30, 2015 AMEREN MISSOURI TO RAISE RATES AGAIN


(St Louis) About 1 ...Read More

APR 30, 2015 FIGHTING GIRLS AND MAN WITH GUN IDENTIFIED (Audio)


(Farmington) The two persons fighting at the Farmington Skate Park and the man with a gun who broke it up have been identified by
the Farmington Police Department ...Read More

APR 30, 2015 MAAA HOSTS SPECIAL OLYMPICS (Audio)


(Bismarck) Several MAAA Conference schools are hosting the Special Olympics this year ...Read More

APR 30,, 2015 DESOTO FARMER'S MARKET TO OPEN SATURDAY (Audio)


(Desoto) The Desoto Farmer's Market will open for the season this weekend ...Read More

APR 30,, 2015 FARMINGTON SPORTS EXCELS IN CLASSROOM (Audio)


(Farmington) It's been a busy year for Farmington High School in terms of sports ...Read More

APR 30, 2015 MAC DEAN NAMED TO STATE TASK FORCE (Audio)


(Park Hills) A Dean at Mineral Area College has been named to a statewide Task Force to study the current A+ Program ...Read More

APR 30,, 2015 BENEFIT BARBECUE SATURDAY IN FARMINGTON (Audio)


(Farmington) Friends of Lisa Crocker are teaming up this Saturday to have a fundraising barbecue ...Read More

APR 30,, 2015 WEST COUNTY PARADE AND CARNIVAL SATURDAY (Audio)


(Leadwood) The annual West County carnival and parade takes place this Saturday at the West County Middle School ...Read More

APR 30,, 2015 HIGH RIDGE MAN INJURED IN MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT


(High Ridge) A High Ridge man was seriously injured in a motorcycle accident late last night in Jefferson County ...Read More

APR 29, 2015 REPRESENTATIVE RICHARDSON EXPLAINS HIS ROLE AS HOUSE MAJORITY FLOO


(Jefferson City) One of the people we interviewed this week during our KREI at the Capitol reports from Jefferson City was Representative Todd Richardson of Poplar Bluff ...Read More

APR 29, 2015 FREDERICKTOWN YOUNGSTERS DISCUSS THE LIBRARY (Audio)


(Fredericktown) A group of youngsters joined us on KREI to discuss the Fredericktown Elementary School Library and what it means to them ...Read More

APR 29, 2015 SENATE MAJORITY LEADER ON KREI (Audio)


(Jefferson City) The Majority Leader of the Missouri State Senate joined us on KREI Wednesday morning ...Read More

APR 29, 2015 LOCAL LEGISLATORS WANT MAN IN PRISON RELEASED FOR POT CRIMES (Audi


(Jefferson City) Two local lawmakers have got on board the "Free Jeff" campaign ...Read More

APR 29, 2015 STATE REPRESENTATIVE ENGLER ON SENIOR PROTECTION ACT (Audio)


(Jefferson City) It's been over a week since the Missouri House passed the Senior Savings Protection Act, which is set up to protect older Missourians from financial exploitation ...Read More

APR 29, 2015 ELLINGTON MAN KILLED IN REYNOLDS COUNTY CRASH


(Ellington) A man from Ellington was killed Tuesday night in a one vehicle accident in Reynolds County ...Read More

APR 29, 2015 STRANGE ACCIDENT IN WASHINGTON COUNTY


(Belgrade) A man from Valley Park was injured Tuesday in a one car crash in Washington County ...Read More

APR 29, 2015 HARTVILLE MAN SERIOUSLY INJURED IN DENT COUNTY ACCIDENT


(Salem) A man from Hartville, Missouri was seriously injured Tuesday in an accident in Dent County ...Read More

APR 29, 2015 KREI AT THE CAPITAL-KURT SCHAEFER INTERVIEW


KREI AT THE CAPITAL

Senate Budget Director Kurt Schaefer of Columbia on the KREI at the Capital morning Show ...Read More

APR 29, 2015 KREI AT THE CAPITAL-TODD RICHARDSON INTERVIEW


KREI AT THE CAPITAL

House Majority Floor Leader Todd Richardson of Poplar Bluff on the KREI at the Capital morning Show ...Read More

APR 29, 2015 KREI AT THE CAPITAL-RON RICHARD INTERVIEW


KREI AT THE CAPITAL

Senate Majority Floor Leader Ron Richard of Joplin on the KREI at the Capital morning Show ...Read More

APR 29, 2015 KREI AT THE CAPITAL-KEVIN ENGLER INTERVIEW


KREI AT THE CAPITAL

Representative Kevin Engler on the KREI at the Capital morning Show ...Read More

APR 29, 2015 FARMINGTON HISTORIAN JACK CLAY DIES AT 91 (Audio)


(Farmington) A man well known in the area for his love of history and people died this week ...Read More
 
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