Heat Advisory

Excessive heat continues for Thursday, but a cold front approaches northern Missouri by Friday bringing relief

Dangerous heat will continue for at least Thursday in Northern Missouri with temperatures rising into the upper 90s and the heat index predicted as high as 110.  The high temperature for Wednesday on KTTN’s weather instruments was 96 degrees with a heat index reading of 112 degrees. The entire state of Missouri continues under a […]

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Audio: St. Louis Man charged with 15 felonies, for allegedly installing cameras in camp bathrooms and shower rooms

A St. Louis Boy Scout chaperone will appear in court Thursday, July 29, 2021, in Farmington, after being charged with 15 felonies for allegedly installing cameras in the bathroom and shower rooms at Camp Gamble, at the S bar F Ranch, a southeast Missouri camp. David Lee Nelson, 39, was charged by St. Francois County […]

Livingston County Health Center

Livingston County Health Center to host baby shower

The Livingston County Health Center will host a come-and-go breastfeeding baby shower for expectant and breastfeeding mothers. The event will be in Simpson Park of Chillicothe at the Kiwanis Shelter near the tennis courts on August 3, 2021, from 5:30 to 6:30 in the evening. There will be vendor booths, information about the benefits of breastfeeding, […]

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Annual Unionville Lions Country Music Festival set to kick off on June 10, 2021

Free activities are being held at the Unionville City Park/fairgrounds through June 12 for the 13th Annual Unionville Lions Country Music Festival. June 10th’s activities include a potluck meal at the Lions Building at 5 o’clock. Everyone is invited to bring a dish. Drinks will be provided. There will be Gospel music in the 4-H Building […]

Gallatin City Hall

Gallatin Board of Aldermen approve setting electric rates

The Gallatin Board of Aldermen this week approved an ordinance and resolution regarding the setting of electric rates. City Clerk Hattie Rains reports the ordinance authorized the city, going forward, to use a resolution instead of an ordinance to set electric rates. The resolution changed the electric rates for citizens and businesses. The rates will […]

Crowder State Park

Crowder State Park opens campgrounds as the “On-Season” begins

The on-season begins April 15th at Crowder State Park west of Trenton. The campground shower house and lake restroom have been opened. April 15th is also the first day of camping reservations at Crowder. Reservations can be made one day to 12 months in advance by calling 1-877-422-6766 or going to the Crowder State Park […]

Missouri State Parks

Missouri state parks and historic sites prepare for 2021 camping season

Missouri state park and historic site campgrounds are preparing for the 2021 camping season, which typically begins April 1. On-season begins earlier at some campgrounds than others. Visit mostateparks.com/activity/camping for opening dates at specific campgrounds. To help guarantee a safe and enjoyable camping experience, the following new and updated procedures have been implemented. To ensure […]

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Wind Advisory for northern Missouri in place until 6 pm Wednesday, March 10, as winds could gust to 50 mph

Another warm and windy day is expected today with temperatures in the 70s and winds gusting 40 to 50 mph out of the south-southwest. With the strong winds and dry conditions, very high to extreme fire weather danger will exist today. As such, we have a Wind Advisory in place from 7 AM to 6 […]

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North Missouri could see rain, freezing rain, sleet and snow on Tuesday and Wednesday

Quiet weather persists through Monday evening, after which a storm system moves through the region Tuesday morning through Wednesday. Wintry precipitation is probable Tuesday morning, with some glazing possible due to freezing rain leading to some slick roadways, before transitioning to all rain by Tuesday afternoon and evening. There may be a transition back to […]


Audio: Independent 53-page report on Missouri Veterans Homes shows failure of leadership, response and planning

An independent investigation into the COVID-19 deaths at Missouri veterans homes has found that the Missouri Veterans Commission headquarters failed to recognize the outbreak. Armstrong Teasdale’s report says MVC should have recognized the presence of an outbreak in the Cape Girardeau veteran’s home by September 2. MVC Chairman Tim Noonan says a tremendous amount of […]