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Trenton residents injured in crash near Arkoe, Missouri

Two Trenton residents and one Maryville man sustained injuries when one pickup truck struck another two miles east of Arkoe Tuesday morning. The Highway Patrol reports 74-year-old Thomas Metzgar of Trenton drove west on Route VV when he failed to yield at a stop sign and entered the intersection with Route N. Sixty-eight year old […]

Governor Eric Greitens

Audio: Governor Greitens’ legal team receives evidence, questions opposition’s choice of investigators

Governor Eric Greitens legal team has received evidence being used against it and has questions about the prosecution’s procedures. Bill Wise from Missourinet reports.     St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner met defense lawyers for Governor Eric Greitens in court to turn over the first round of evidence Tuesday. KMOV-TV reports the evidence includes […]

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Farm accident in Daviess County kills McFall man

The highway patrol reports a farm accident this morning in northwestern Daviess County has claimed the life of a man from McFall. 64-year-old Victor Morgan was pronounced dead at the scene on private property one mile north of Pattonsburg. An investigating officer reported Morgan had loaded a hay bale and due to excessive weight on the […]

House member proposes to ban government, Missouri colleges from restricting guns

State Rep. Jered Taylor is proposing to expand the number of locations, particularly private businesses like day care centers, amusement parks, and bars, where guns can be carried without a permit. A Missouri House committee will consider today Taylor’s legislation that would also bar state, local governments and public colleges and universities from restricting the […]

Eric Schmitt

MOST 529 savings program expanded to include tuition for public, private and religious K-12 schools

The board governing Missouri’s MOST 529 plan recently passed a resolution acknowledging the expansion of the program to include tuition for public, private and religious K-12 schools. “The expansion of the MOST 529 program to include K-12 tuition is one of the most important improvements to Missouri education policy in the past decade,” said State […]

Dunn Ranch Prairie

“Prairie Days” activities planned for Harrison County’s Dunn Ranch, final weekend of June

Northwest Missouri’s grassland heritage will be celebrated at Prairie Days June 24-25 at Dunn Ranch in Harrison County. Bison, butterflies, birds and native plants that support them will be on display. Experts will interpret prairie ecology at a free event sponsored by the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC), The Nature Conservancy, and the Missouri Prairie […]