Winter Weather

Audio: La Nina means a toss up when it comes to Missouri weather this Winter

A climatologist says all bets are off predicting the weather in Missouri this winter. Pat Guinan with the University of Missouri says Missouri is a transition state when it comes to La Nina weather patterns. “For generally about the northern two-thirds of Missouri they actually give equal chances for above, below and near-normal temperatures, you […]

Audio: U.S. Senate confirms Barrett to Supreme Court; Hawley praises her; Missouri Democratic Party Chair criticizes vote

Missouri’s junior senator is praising the newest U.S. Supreme Court Justice, who was sworn-in Monday after being confirmed by the Senate on a 52-48 vote. GOP Senator Josh Hawley, who serves on the Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill, was impressed with Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s testimony at hearings.     Senator Hawley describes Barrett as […]

Presidential Election 2020

Audio: Missouri experiences surge in absentee and mail-in voting for General Election

Missouri’s local election authorities have already received more than 555,000 absentee and mail-in ballots combined for the General Election – a jump of about 150,000 requested during this time in 2016. Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft says the increase could impact the polls on Election Day.     The figure also includes in-person absentee voting. […]

Economic Development

Audio: KTTN to begin airing weekly series on economic development for Trenton and Grundy County

KTTN today begins airing a series of weekly informational programs about economic development on KTTN-FM 92.3.  Each one will be pre-recorded by a representative of the North Central Missouri Development Alliance. This is scheduled to air at approximately 9:20 on Thursday mornings, with the initial program including information on the history and establishment of the […]

Fatal Crash

Audio: Missouri reports 800 traffic-related deaths so far this year – an increase of nearly 100

Missouri has had 800 traffic-related deaths so far this year. During the same period last year, Missouri had 711. During a Missouri Chamber of Commerce Transportation Summit, MoDOT Director Patrick McKenna says the spike in traffic deaths have occurred despite fewer drivers on the roadways.     During a Missouri Chamber of Commerce Transportation Summit, […]

Veterans

Audio: 67 veterans at Missouri veterans homes have died from COVID-19, since September 1

Another 11 veterans living in Missouri veterans homes have died due to COVID-19 in the past week, bringing the total number of deaths to 67 since September 1.     Missourinet followed-up Tuesday with the Missouri Veterans Commission (MVC), on the number of deaths since September, broken down by facility. The Missouri Veterans Commission reports 29 […]