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Rolla man seriously injured in single-vehicle crash
A Rolla man was seriously injured after a single-vehicle crash on Highway D in Pulaski County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol’s online crash report states that the crash happened Tuesday at 11:25 pm on Highway D, near the county line. The report states that Shannon Beam was driving a...
Discover Waynesville: Top 3 Pubs You Simply Can't Miss
In this article, we're going to explore three exceptional pubs in Waynesville. Have you had the chance to visit any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts! Please feel free to share your experiences in the comments section below.
Power restored after Tuesday night storms left hundreds in the dark
COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ) Power is back on for almost all of Mid-Missouri Wednesday morning after thunderstorms and a coldfront caused power outages Tuesday night. As of 7:45 a.m. Wednesday, a total of six residents in Mid-Missouri are still without power, according to the outage map from the Association of Missouri Electric Cooperatives. There were 144 The post Power restored after Tuesday night storms left hundreds in the dark appeared first on ABC17NEWS.
Pulaski County First-Day August Primary Candidate Filings
It was a busy day in the Pulaski County Clerk’s office on Tuesday, as the filing period opened up for the August primary. Eight candidates, all Republicans, filed for various offices that will be up for election this year. Incumbent Eastern District Commissioner of the County Court, Charles Bassett,...
Rolla Feb 28 Weekly Crime Report: 18 Incidents and 3 Crime Stories
Rolla Feb 28 Weekly Crime Report: 18 Incidents and 3 Crime Stories. During the last week, Rolla witnessed a total of 18 reported crime cases, with the most prevalent being theft, which accounted for 7 cases. Other types of crimes were also reported, including 5 cases classified as 'Other', 4 cases of assault, and 2 arrests. The 'Other' category encompassed a variety of incidents, such as a weapons violation, a drug violation, a report of a missing person, a narcotics violation, and a disturbance. The theft incidents occurred at various times throughout the week, indicating a persistent issue in the place. The assault cases, while less frequent, still present a significant concern for the community. The data suggests that the place is grappling with a variety of crime types, with theft being the most common. The authorities' response, as indicated by the arrests, demonstrates an active effort to address these issues.
Time to prepare for Missouri’s tornado season
FORT LEONARD WOOD, Mo. (February 28, 2024) — Spring weather can be unpredictable and preparing for severe weather events, specifically tornadoes, is so important in March that the National Weather Service has dedicated the first week as Severe Weather Preparedness Week. “Missouri’s tornado season occurs from April to June...
Business 54 Rear-End Crash Injures Two, Both Vehicles Towed
MILLER COUNTY, Mo. — An elderly couple from Richland was treated for injuries after a crash on Business 54 Tuesday afternoon. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, 75-year-old Martin White was driving a 2012 Honda Pilot when he reportedly rear-ended a 2016 GMC Savanah driven by 23-year-old Kyle Graham. The crash occurred around 4:50 p.m. Feb. 27 at N Eastview Drive.
A night of entertainment, food and fun
Licking Downtown held their Third Annual Fish Fry Saturday evening, with proceeds to benefit restoration and maintenance of the historic Licking Mill. The event was held at the Licking VFW post with live music by Herman Hall, plenty of fried fish, potatoes and hush puppies cooked by Paul Wade and accompanied with donated side items, a lively auction and a 50/50 raffle.
Allen appointed Pulaski County Public Administrator
Rebecca Allen, of Waynesville, was appointed Pulaski County Public Administrator. Her position was announced by Governor Mike Parson Feb. 23. Ms. Allen currently serves as interim public administrator and previously served as deputy public administrator of Pulaski County. She previously served as a supervisor for the customer service department of Detroit Tool Metal Products.
Motor vehicle accident investigation
LICKING, Mo. (February 16, 2024) – On February 20, 2024, at approximately 12:28 p.m. officers of the Licking Police Department were dispatched to the intersection of Maple Avenue and US Highway 63, for a report of a motor vehicle accident with injuries. Upon arrival, officers observed a Chevrolet Malibu with extensive damage to the front end and a GMC 1500 pickup truck with extensive damage to the right side of the vehicle.
Missouri is Burning – Reports of Wildfires in the Ozarks Now
In a year that has had pretty much every type of weather event already in Missouri, you can add wildfires to the list as there are reports that many are occurring right now in the Ozarks. I was first clued into the fact that something was going on when I...
Phelps County Feb 27 Weekly Crime Report: 18 Incidents and 2 Crime Stories
Phelps County Feb 27 Weekly Crime Report: 18 Incidents and 2 Crime Stories. During the last week, Phelps County reported 18 crime cases, raising concerns about the safety of the place. The data shows a variety of crimes with Theft being the most common, accounting for 6 of the cases. This was followed by Assault and Other crimes, both with 4 cases each. Arrests were made in 3 instances, while a single case of Vandalism was reported. The Other category included diverse incidents such as a drug violation, a missing person report, a narcotics violation, and a disturbance report. The data indicates a need for increased vigilance and effective law enforcement strategies to curb these crime rates and ensure the safety of the residents in Phelps County.
A bond review hearing is scheduled next Tuesday for a Phelps County man who allegedly committed a First-Degree Terrorist Threat
A bond review hearing is scheduled next Tuesday for a Phelps County man who allegedly committed a First-Degree Terrorist Threat on February 20th made toward the Phelps County Bank in Rolla. According to court documents, 25-year-old Kevin Keeney the Second of Rolla allegedly made a threat by phone to shoot people in the bank.
Fort Leonard Wood's Army Warrior Restaurants Revamp Menus for Healthier Options
The Army Warrior Restaurants at military training installations, including Fort Leonard Wood, have revised their menus. This is in line with the Army's health and fitness initiative. The changes are part of an Army program, the Soldier Fueling Initiative, aimed at setting a feeding standard for Soldiers in Initial Military Training. The initiative includes standardized menus, recipes, preparation methods, and portion sizes, along with nutrition education. The updates were implemented in 2024, with input from U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command diet and nutrition experts.
Thayer students host successful winter clothing drive
Thayer Elementary's Student Lighthouse group conducted a winter clothing drive from Jan. 8-Feb. 9, which resulted in 143 items of winter apparel being donated. Angela Chrisman's class collected the most items. . "Our service project focused on helping others and doing what is right to help our community," said Thayer...
FIRST ALERT: Red flag warning in effect for several counties in the Ozarks; several crews putting out fires
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) - The National Weather Service has issued a red flag warning for several counties in the Ozarks through Monday evening. The affected counties include Camden, Maries, Miller, Phelps, and Pulaski. Fires that develop have a risk of spreading quickly. The warning ends at 6 p.m. Monday. The...
New TCMH Clinic nears completion
Texas County Memorial Hospital staff was delighted to welcome the Licking TCMH clinic’s new physician, Amanda Lemp, DO, family medicine and obstetrics, on Saturday, as they toured the new facility nearing completion. Dr. Lemp and fiancé Andrew Miller were joined by Interim CEO Bill Bridges and wife Shannon, who...
UPDATED: Laclede County Sheriff's Office asks for help finding missing Lebanon teen
UPDATE: The Sheriff's Office confirms that Archer has been found. The Laclede County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help finding a runaway teen girl. Nayeli McKaela Archer, 16, of Lebanon, was last seen getting onto a school bus Wednesday, but she never showed up at school.
Dixon man pleads guilty to fatal crash in St. Robert, awaits sentencing
A Pulaski County man involved in a fatal traffic accident last year in St. Robert has formally pleaded guilty. Kennard Jackson, 70, of Dixon, had indicated last week that he intended to plead guilty. He entered that plea later in the week. The prosecution had agreed to recommend a four-year prison sentence, but his actual sentence won’t be handed down until May 7.
Dixon man seriously injured in Texas County crash
Injuries were reported Sunday, Feb. 25, resulting from a two-vehicle crash that occurred on Highway 17 one mile north of Success in Texas County, according to an online report of Troop G of the Missouri State Highway Patrol. A 2006 Honda Reflex, driven by Chamberlan M. Wolfe, 40, of Dixon,...