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Morning News Watch
street race turns fatal

Camdenton police call it a street race that turned tragic. 38 – year old Jason Kennedy is killed after apparently drag racing with his son Tuesday. Investigators say he lost control and hit a UPS truck. His 18 – year ...Read More

there’s an apparent motive in a Jefferson city shooting

It was a drug deal gone bad that prompted a Jefferson City shooting last week. Prosecutors have charged Javier Morris and Dennis Summers in the shooting and wounding of a man at a home Friday night. Several others were also ...Read More

texting causes car crash and injures JCMO driver

A Jefferson City teen was texting when he crashed his car on I – 70. 19 – year old Brandon Tomblison lost control on the Interstate near Danville in Montgomery County Tuesday. His injuries weren’t serious.

KWOS 2-Minute News Update

Here's your KWOS 2-Minute News Update for Thursday, April 17th.  Listen now: (more…)

95-Second Sports Update

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the pre-world war 2 old cole county jail will be no more

Tear it down .. and build a new one. Cole County Commissioners vote unanimously to demolish the old Cole County jail and replace it with a new courtroom complex … Western District commissioner Kris Scheperle says it’s the only viable ...Read More

e-cigs could be off limits for teens

Missouri House members have given first-round approval to legislation that seeks to prevent children and younger teens from buying electronic cigarettes and other devices. E-cigarettes are battery-powered devices used to heat a liquid nicotine solution and create vapor that is ...Read More

come back to lincoln!

Are you one of those people who dropped out of Lincoln University so you could take a full - time job? President Dr. Kevin Rome wants you back … Rome says Lincoln is looking at expanding programs geared to older ...Read More

arrests in a jefferson city shooting

Police in Jefferson City say they’ve tracked down the sixth suspect in a Friday night shooting. They say 17-year-old Kaleb Gilpin of Jefferson City was located on Wardsville Road in Cole County Tuesday afternoon. Investigators released his picture earlier in ...Read More

leave it stand or tear it down?

The future of the old Cole County Jail is on the line. Presiding Commissioner Marc Ellinger wants to tear it down and build a new courtroom. Others are fighting to save the old building next to the Courthouse. Steve Veile ...Read More


KWOS Open Air
Sardines & Coffee: Breakfast Of Champions

Well, maybe or maybe not, but we do talk about "food as medicine" with Dr. Chris Link on KWOS Open Air:[display_podcast]

The Weight Of Blood

Author Laura McHugh of Columbia has written a successful first-time crime novel, The Weight Of Blood, set in a fictional Missouri Ozarks town. She'll be at Downtown Book & Toy this evening, April 10th, at 7PM for a book signing. ...Read More

The Gift Of Life

April is Kidney Recipient And Donor Month. Lori Hodges is the mother of Michael Clark, who died in a car accident 15 years ago. Several of Michael's organs were used to help others, and Lori has since become a volunteer ...Read More

A Visit With Thomas Jefferson

Our nation's 3rd President, Thomas Jefferson, talks with Warren and John on KWOS Open Air: [display_podcast] Special thanks to Jefferson Bank and Historic City Of Jefferson for making this visit possible!

Congressman Luetkemeyer On Open Air

Missouri Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer talks about the EPA, The Constitution, and Vladimir Putin in his latest interview with Warren and John on KWOS Open Air. Here's the link:[display_podcast]