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APR 19, 2014 FOSTER CHILD DEAD, THREE CHARGED


(Park Hills) A Bismarck woman and a Park Hills couple are charged with the death of their two-year old foster child ...Read More

APR 19, 2014 FARMINGTON WOMAN DIES IN CRASH


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APR 18, 2014 CONSERVATION COMMISSION MET


(Jefferson City) A presentation was given to the Missouri Conservation Commission during their meeting this week on the 25th anniversary of the founding of the first Missouri Stream Team ...Read More

APR 18, 2014 'PEACE, LOVE AND AZALEA'S" (Audio)


(Fredericktown) The first weekend of May is officially azalea time in Madison county ...Read More

APR 18, 2014 SURFACE MINING BILL PASSES THROUGH SENATE (Audio)


(Jefferson City) A surface mining bill sponsored by 3rd district Senator Gary Romine to better protect the land owner was unanimously approved this week ...Read More

APR 18, 2014 REPRESENTATIVE KEENEY ON AMBER ALERT BILL (Audio)


(Marble Hill) Help could be on the way for Missouri law enforcement officers who want to change the way Amber Alerts are issued ...Read More

APR 18, 2014 LARRY THE CABLE GUY IMPERSONATOR COMING TO FARMINGTON (Audio)




(Farmington) A Larry the Cable Guy impersonator will perform on Saturday, April 26th at the Farmington American Legion Post ...Read More

APR 18, 2014 LOCAL TAX CREDITS APPROVED (Audio)


(Jefferson City) A tax credit bill led by 3rd district Senator Gary Romine
to assist four local groups received unanimous approval this week ...Read More

APR 18, 2014 FITZWATER ON TAX CUTS (Audio)


(Jefferson City) The Missouri House passed two Senate tax-cut bills this week and sent them to the governor ...Read More

APR 18, 2014 STE. GEN HORTICULTURALIST ON WINTER PLANT DAMAGE (Audio)


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APR 18, 2014 ROTARY INTERNATIONAL IN ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY (Audio)


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APR 18, 2014 ST. PAUL HIGH SCHOOL ACCREDITED (Audio)


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APR 17, 2014 THE LATEST ON THE DOE RUN COMPANY WEST FORK MINE (Audio)


(West Fork) The Doe Run Company along with state and federal regulators continue to try to work on problems at the company's West Fork Mine in Reynolds County ...Read More

APR 17, 2014 FENTON ROBBER SHOT AFTER BATTLING WITH POLICE


(FENTON) Police shot and killed a man who robbed a payday loan store in Fenton ...Read More

APR 17, 2014 FESTUS TO CHANGE GRADING SCALE (Audio)


(FESTUS) Festus High School passed a new grading system during their monthly meeting last (WED) night ...Read More

APR 17, 2014 GOVERNOR WILL VETO TAX CUT BILL (Audio)


(Jefferson City) Governor Jay Nixon leaves no doubt that he will veto the latest tax cut bill approved by the Missouri legisalture ...Read More

APR 17, 2014 THE CHALLENGE OF MAP TESTS THIS YEAR IN POTOSI (Audio)


(Potosi) Students in classrooms all around the state will be glued to their desks for testing at various times over the next three weeks ...Read More

APR 17, 2014 FARMINGTON REGIONAL CHAMBER HEARS ABOUT MEDICAID EXPANSION (Audio)


(Farmington) Medicaid expansion was the topic of discussion at today's Farmington Regional Chamber of Commerce meeting ...Read More

APR 17, 2014 THREE INJURED IN ST FRANCOIS COUNTY CRASH



(Leadwood) Three people were injured Thursday morning in a one vehicle accident in Saint Francois County ...ReadMore

APR 17, 2014 "BOTH SIDES OF THE STORY" (Interview)


(Farmington) Was the approval of the school bond issues in April a good thing?

Republican Tom Burcham and Al Sullivan, a Democrat, provides their perspective
and discusses Medicade expansion with Louie Seiberlich ...Read More

APR 17, 2014 PARK HILLS SALES TAX RECEIPTS DOWN, AGAIN (Audio)


(Park Hills) The sales tax receipts in Park Hills continues to trend downward ...Read More

APR 17, 2014 IRON MTN. LAKE RESIGNATIONS


(Iron Mountain Lake)   A City Councilwoman and the Mayor of this community have quit, just a week after getting elected ...Read More

APR 17, 2014 BULK TANK GET TIF APPROVAL FROM PARK HILLS (Audio)


(Park Hills) The Park Hills City Council has approved tax increment money
for a company in their industrial park ...Read More

APR 17, 2014 CMU FALL ENROLLMENT AT MAC UNDERWAY (Audio)


(Park Hills) Registration for the fall semester at Central Methodist University
at Mineral Area College is underway ...Read More

APR 17, 2014 CHILDREN'S TRUST FUND DIRECTOR JOINS US ON KREI (Audio)


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APR 17, 2014 NORTH COUNTY READY TO SELL BONDS (Audio)


(Bonne Terre) The North County School board this week certified the election results, which included authorizing the sale of $7 million in bonds ...Read More

APR 17, 2014 BISMARCK SUPERINTENDENT LOOKS AHEAD (Audio)


(Bismarck) With Easter upon us, Bismarck School Superintendent Chuck Hasty is looking ahead to the final weeks of the school year ...Read More

APR 17, 2014 5 RUN/WALK WITH WALKER SATURDAY IN FARMINGTON (Audio)


(Farmington) The fourth annual Run/Walk with Walker is set to take place this Saturday in Farmington ...Read More

APR 17, 2014 5 VEHICLE ACCIDENT IN JEFFERSON COUNTY


(Jefferson County) A five vehicle accident Wednesday evening in Jefferson County has injured three people, one seriously ...Read More

APR 16, 2014 SALEM MAN INJURED IN TWO VEHICLE ACCIDENT



(Salem) A Salem man was injured Wednesday afternoon in a two vehicle accident in Dent County ...Read More

APR 16, 2014 TAKE A RIDE ON THE FOOD TRAIN IN CALEDONIA (Audio)


(Caledonia) A new farmers market has just opened in the Caledonia area ...Read More

APR 16, 2014 GREEN SALES TAX HOLIDAY COMING TO JEFFERSON COUNTY (Audio)


If you are planning on buying some new appliances, you may want to wait until this weekend ...Read More

APR 16, 2014 OATHS OF OFFICE TAKEN AT PERRYVILLE CITY COUNCIL MEETING (Audio)


(Perryville) Oaths of office were adminstered during Tuesday night's Perryville City Council meeting ...Read More

APR 16, 2014 NEW POTOSI SCHOOL BOARD SAME AS THE OLD (Audio)


(Potosi) The new school board is the same as the old board in Potosi ...Read More

APR 16, 2014 DESOTO MAN SURVIVES BEING HIT BY TRAIN (Audio)


(DESOTO) A Desoto man who was hit by a train on Sunday is still alive ...Read More

APR 16, 2014 MSHP ARREST 2 JEFFCO DRIVERS FOR DWI


Two Jefferson County residents were arrested for driving drunk yesterday (TUESDAY) in two seperate accidents ...Read More

APR 16, 2014 MAC STUDENT ART SHOW IN EARLY MAY (Audio)


(Park Hills) The 15th annual Mineral Area College Student Art Show will take place on Saturday, May 3rd on the main campus in Park Hills ...Read More

APR 16, 2014 "BRIGHT FLIGHT" MIGHT GET MORE (Audio)


(Jefferson City) The Missouri House of Representatives wants to forgive the loans for Bright Flight Scholarships if the student stays in Missouri after graduation ...Read More

APR 16, 2014 PSC HEARS TDL WATER/SEWER REQUESTS (Audio)


(Bonne Terre) Two dozen people attended a public hearing Tuesday night held by the Missouri Public Service Commission on rate increases for the Terre du Lac water and sewer departments ...Read More

APR 16, 2014 SOLVING THE LEWISC COUPLE MURDERS (Audio)


(Potosi) A VCR solved the mystery of what happened to a couple who were missing for a year,
and ultimately were found dead and buried on a Washington County farm ...Read More

APR 16, 2014 MAJOR VFW MEETING IN STE. GENEVIEVE (Audio)


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APR 15, 2014 YOUTH TURKEY HUNT NUMBERS IN MISSOURI (Audio)



(Missouri) Young hunters checked 4,332 turkeys during Missouri’s youth turkey hunting season last weekend, topping the 4-thousand mark for the second time in the youth season’s 14-year history ...Read More

APR 15, 2014 IT IS RABIES SEASON IN BOLLINGER COUNTY (Audio)


(Marble Hill) Bollinger County, which had a major rabies outbreak last year, has its first two cases this year ...ReadMore

APR 15, 2014 ERICKA WADE SCHOLARSHIP CONCERT (Audio)


(Park Hills) Family and friends of Ericka Wade established a scholarship in her honor at Mineral Area College ...Read More

APR 15, 2014 FOUR MAJOR RETAILERS COMING TO FARMINGTON (Audio)


(Farmington) From food to drugs, to groceries to home improvements, four major retail stores are coming to Farmington ...Read More

APR 15, 2014 SPRING CLEANUP UNDERWAY IN DESLOGE (Audio)


(Desloge) Newly elected officials were sworn in and a couple appointments were made during Monday night's Desloge City Council meeting ...Read More

APR 15, 2014 NEW PHARMACY COMING TO FARMINGTON (Audio)


(Farmington) Another major drug store will be opening a store in Farmington, after CVS
Pharmacy reviewed their plans with the Planning and Zoning Committee ...Read More

APR 15, 2014 JUVENILE DIABETES WALK FRIDAY IN FARMINGTON (Audio)


(Farmington) Two students at the Washington Franklin School in Farmington are doing their part to find a cure for juvenile diabetes ...Read More

APR 15, 2014 FLU SEASON WINDING DOWN (Audio)


(Park Hills) Another flu season is winding down in southeast Missouri ...Read More

APR 15, 2014 FARMINGTON POLICEMAN IN ACCIDENT (Audio)




(Farmington) A Farmington policeman is recovering from injuries suffered this morning in a traffic accident ...Read More

APR 15, 2014 SHORT EASTER BREAK AT CENTRAL (Audio)


(Park Hills) Students in the Central school district will get an abbreviated Easter break as the calendar was adjusted to accomodate missed snow days ...Read More

APR 15, 2014 EASTER EGG HUNT SATURDAY FOR ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY SHOP WITH A COP (A


(Park Hills) A big Easter Egg Hunt for the St ...Read More

APR 15, 2014 FARMINGTON OFFICER INVOLVED IN ACCIDENT




(Farmington) A Farmington police officer was involved in a traffic accident this morning ...Read More

APR 15, 2014 TIRE IRON ATTACK IN STEELVILLE


(Steelville) A Crawford County man is being held in the jail in Steelville after he allegedly attacked another man on Sunday with a tire iron ...Read More

APR 15, 2014 BUNKER CITY COUNCIL MEETS TONIGHT


(Bunker) New board members will be sworn-in at tonight's meeting of the Bunker City Council ...Read More

APR 15, 2014 FITZWATER ON RIGHT TO WORK (Audio)


(Jefferson) The so-called "Right-To-Work" legislation fell short of the needed votes last week in the Missouri House ...Read More

APR 15, 2014 HENDRICKS RE-ELECTED MARBLE HILL MAYOR (Audio)


(Marble Hill) The citizens of Marble Hill showed their approval for Mayor Nick Hendricks by keeping him in office during the April election ...Read More

APR 15, 2014 PATRICK THOMSON SENT HOME ON "THE VOICE"


Last night Festus native Patrick Thomson was sent home on NBC's The Voice ...Read More

APR 15, 2014 TEAM BO TO HOLD RELAY FOR LIFE FUNDRAISER (Audio)




(Farmington) Team Bo with the St ...Read More

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