Author Archives: Warren Krech

  1. mid-mo police wait on ferguson announcement

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    Do you think the grand jury will indict the Ferguson police officer who shot Michael Brown? Or will the area explode in violent protests if he isn’t charged? On a recent KWOS Open Air, Jefferson City Police Captain Doug Shoemaker says you can’t second – guess the incident …

    Central Missouri law agencies say they’re ready just in case protests break out here following the decision.

  2. lights out for another convicted missouri killer

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    The state of Missouri executes another Death Row inmate. Leon Taylor killed a gas station attendant during a robbery in 1994. He also tried to shoot the victim’s niece, who was a witness to the crime, but his gun jammed. The 56 year old Taylor’s execution is the ninth in Missouri this year.

    Taylor had bacon and eggs, doughnuts and a large orange drink as his last meal.


  3. capital region’s new outpatient center on schedule

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    Your next hospital stay might be a very brief one. Gaspare Calvaruso is the new President at Capitol Region Medical Center …

    That’s what driving Capitol Region’s new Outpatient Center currently being built. The project will also include new doctors’ offices and will add about 115 – thousand square feet to the Madison Street hospital. It should be ready by spring.


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    If you live in Cole County…and get a call that you’ve won the Publisher’s Clearing House Sweepstakes…be very skeptical at least. The sheriff’s department says a person is calling local residents telling them they’ve won 10 million dollars…but they need to take 95-hundred dollars out of their bank accounts immediately. Sheriff Greg White says the 876 numbers can be traced back to Jamaica.

  5. Dr. Chris Link On Open Air

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    In his latest visit, Dr. Chris Link of Capital Region’s Integrative Medicine Clinic shares information on memory loss, depression, and…chocolate:

    icon for podpress  KWOS Open Air 11/18/14: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download

  6. plane crashes at fulton airport

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    Three people are recovering after a plane crash at Fulton's airport. The pilot, Ted Berg of Little Rock, says he lost power in the small aircraft yesterday evening and never got off the runway, crashing into some woods.
    Two of the three men in the plane suffered serious injuries, one was moderately hurt.
  7. lincoln – u offers land for new boys and girls club

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    Losing their Jefferson City center to ‘progress’ may be the best thing that ever happened to the Boys and Girls Club .. but they need you to make it happen. Lincoln University has donated land to build the new club. President Dr. Kevin Rome grew up going to his own Boys and Girls Club …

    The current Boys and Girls Club is being torn down to make way for the new Lafayette St. / Highway – 50 interchange. Organizers plan a 2.2 (m) million dollar campaign to build a new center on Lincoln’s campus.

  8. nixon calls out the national guard

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    Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has declared a state of emergency and activated the National Guard in advance of a grand jury decision about whether Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson will be charged in the fatal shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson.

    Nixon said Monday the National Guard would assist state and local police as needed, in case there is civil unrest when the grand jury’s decision is announced.

    There was no indication an announcement is imminent. There is no specific date for a decision to be revealed about whether Wilson should face charges for shooting Brown on Aug. 9. The St. Louis County prosecutor has said he expects the grand jury to reach a decision in mid-to-late November.

  9. school closings monday november 17

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  10. stl woman faces child abuse charges

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    A St. Louis woman has been sentenced to 78 years in prison for beating, whipping and waterboarding her children.

    The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that 34-year-old Lakechia Schonta Stanley, of St. Louis, was sentenced Friday for multiple assault and endangerment charges. Prosecutors described the abuse as “systematic torture.” Her children told interviewers that the abuse included whippings with electrical cords and being forced into scalding or freezing showers.

    The abuse came to light in October 2011 after one of the children went to school complaining of severe pain in her arm. Prosecutors say the girl revealed Stanley had beaten her with a baseball bat because she had not cleaned the kitchen quickly enough.

    Stanley’s husband, 30-year-old Andrew Rui Stanley, was sentenced to 160 years in prison for related charges.