Author Archives: Warren Krech

  1. callaway county mini – twister

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    An apparent tornado touches down near New Bloomfield Sunday afternoon. The twister did only minor damage .. knocking down some trees. No one was injured. Other small tornadoes were confirmed near St. Louis County and in Pike County.

  2. missing woman’s body found in moniteau county

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    Cooper County Sheriff’s Department began looking for 31-year-old Sarah Nicholls, of Boonville, Saturday at noon. After nearly five hours of search efforts, the woman’s body was recovered just before 5 p.m. near Red Bud Road in Moniteau County. Nicholls was reported missing Friday morning by her family. She had been camping with her male friend in Prairie Home along the Moniteau Creek Thursday night.  Authorities believe she may have been swept away by flash flood waters.
    ABC – 17 reports no foul play appears to be involved.

  3. holts summit mayor hangs it up

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    Holts Summit is shopping for a Mayor. Lucas Fitzpatrick announced Friday that he would step down. Fitzpatrick, who was first elected in 20-10, says new job duties will keep him from continuing the job. His last day is tomorrow.

  4. same sex marriage now the law in mid-mo too

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    Boone County officials say the county is now issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Our news partner ABC – 17 says county officials made the announcement just before 11 Friday morning.

    In a statement, Boone County Recorder of Deeds Nora Dietzel said “The Recorder’s office is pleased to be able to offer this important service to all of the citizens of Boone County, and assures that all applicants will receive the excellent customer service and attention that we have prided ourselves on for many years.”

    In a landmark opinion, a divided Supreme Court ruled that states cannot ban same-sex marriage, establishing a new civil right and handing gay rights advocates a victory.

    No word yet if Cole County has started issuing the licenses as well.

  5. Art Art Everywhere!

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    Take a drive around Jefferson City, and before long you’ll see one of Dennis Holliday’s art works.  We talked with the muralist on KWOS Open Air:

     
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  6. trooper shoots suspect in fulton

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    A police chase ends with a trooper shooting a suspect. The patrol says a car ignored a traffic stop on I-70 late last night, then briefly stopped at the Kingdom City exit. One passenger got out there and was arrested. The chase then continued on Highway 54 into Fulton. The car stopped on Dawson Street, and the driver ran for it. A trooper followed him, and shot him after the suspect pulled a weapon. That suspect wastaken to the hospital. Another passenger in the car was also arrested.

  7. rain .. rain go away

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    Over 3,000 homes lost power during the peak of storms in Columbia and Randolph County Thursday night. Ameren reported 15,432 customers lost service during the peak of the storms. The company says 2, 862 Randolph County residents are still without power. It covered the cities of Moberly, Cairo, Huntsville and Clifton Hill.
    According to Columbia Water and Light, over 2,000 customers lost electricity near the mall, Scott Boulevard, Forum and West Broadway. Only 173 customers were out of power by 10 p.m.

  8. SHOULD PERKS FOR LAWMAKERS END?

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    If you were a legislator would you accept Cardinal tickets or a meal from a lobbyist? Jefferson City’s Jay Barnes says it’s just not appropriate …

    Barnes also supported a bill that barred lawmakers from becoming lobbyists as soon as they complete their terms. The ethics bill didn’t make it through .. but it’s expected to be back in the 20-16 session.