Mid-Missouri News
Missouri Supreme Court upholds farming, gun rights measures

AP) – Missouri’s Supreme Court has upheld two constitutional amendments guaranteeing the right to farm and the right to bear arms. (more…)

Illinois man dies at Lake of the Ozarks

The investigation continues after an Illinois man dies at the Lake of the Ozarks. (more…)

Police spokesman addresses body cams

Concerns about police violence flare up again, after video at a Texas pool party showed an officer getting rough while arresting some teenagers. (more…)

Wind pipeline plan in trouble

AP) – A panel of Missouri regulators has raised concerns with one company’s request to construct a power line in Missouri for a multistate wind energy project. (more…)

Rain keeps Missouri farmers out of fields, delays planting

(AP) – Missouri farmers averaged less than a day of fieldwork last week because of above-average rainfall that has caused corn and soybean planting to fall a little behind. (more…)

Highway 63 work near Columbia closing lanes

Build in a little more drive time if you use Highway 63 south of Columbia. (more…)

Sunrise Beach fire official recovering from crash

We’ve learned the chief of the Sunrise Beach fire department is doing ok, after his car is hit by an ATV. (more…)

Don’t update Facebook on vacation

You might have fun tracking the neighbor’s vacation to Cancun on their ‘Facebook’ page. But you’re not the only one checking in. (more…)

Lake Ozark fisherman drowns

A local man is the latest drowning victim at Lake of the Ozarks. (more…)

Gas price outlook good for summer

(Missourinet) Drivers are paying more to fill up their gas tanks ahead of the Memorial Day weekend. (more…)