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COLUMBIA MAN DIES IN I-70 ACCIDENT


A Columbia man was killed in a two vehicle accident on I-70 in Warren County on Wednesday morning ...Read More

GOVERNOR SEEKS FEDERAL DISASTER DECLARATION


Missouri Governor Jay Nixon has asked the federal government for a major disaster declaration for 20 counties, after last month's heavy rains and severe weather ...Read More

BODY FOUND IN MISSISSIPPI RIVER IDENTIFIED


A body found in the Mississippi River near Hannibal has been identified as a barge worker who had gone missing ...ReadMore

MONROE CITY MAN INJURED IN MARION COUNTY ACCIDENT


A Monroe City man was injured in a two-vehicle accident Wednesday morning ...Read More

SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE LEADS TO COMO CHASE


Columbia Police are still searching for a wanted man after a slow-speed car chase was called off Wednesday afternoon ...Read More

MOBERLY TOY RUN BACK BIGGER AND BETTER


It started with 40 motorcycles and a desire to help the less fortunate ...Read More

MOBERLY REPRESENTED BEFORE THE MHDC


Members of the Missouri Housing Development Commission heard testimony Wednesday afternoon in Columbia regarding the proposed Historic Commons at Johnson Street project ...Read More

SHELBY COUNTY WORKSHOP


The Shelby County Economic Development office in Shelbina will host a workshop Monday on the Affordable Care Act ...Read More

MOBERLY CURRICULUM ONLINE


After a brief hiatus, the Moberly Schools are working to get the district's curriculum back online ...Read More

LWV FORUM ON THURSDAY


The Randolph County League of Women Voters will hold two candidates' forums prior to the November 4th General Election at Moberly City Hall ...Read More

CENTRALIA SIDEWALK AGREEMENT NOW IN WRITING


For many years, Centralia operated with an informal agreement with property owners concerning the construction and upkeep of the city's sidewalks ...Read More

RANDOLPH COUNTY MOST WANTED ON FACEBOOK


The Randolph County Sheriff's Department is now out on social media ...Read More

HIGHER KIRKSVILLE WATER RATES IN 2015


Kirksville's water customers will see higher rates beginning in 2015 ...Read More

AUTOPSY REVEALS FERGUSON SHOOTING DETAILS


Ferguson teen Michael Brown was shot in the hand at close range and had been using marijuana, says the official autopsy ...Read More

FEARLESS STUDENT MINISTRY IN MOBERLY


Students in and around Randolph County will come together Sunday night for Fearless Student Ministry Night at the Moberly Municipal Auditorium ...Read More

MONROE CITY MAN INJURED IN ACCIDENT


A Monroe City man was injured in a single vehicle accident Tuesday afternoon ...Read More

SUMNER GOOSE FESTIVAL


Sumner will hold its 60th annual Goose Festival this weekend ...Read More

MOBERLY SHARE THE WARMTH


Throughout October, Regional Radio and area businesses are asking you to Share the Warmth, and bring winter clothing in for distribution to those in need ...Read More

MOBERLY ROBBER PLEADS GUILTY


A Moberly man has pled guilty to second degree robbery for holding up a Moberly convenience store in May ...Read More

MOBERLY CHURCH CELEBRATING 50 YEARS OF SERVICE


The Apostolic Pentecostal Church in Moberly is celebrating a half century of service to the area ...Read More

NATIONAL RADON ACTION WEEK


This is National Radon Action Week, a week set aside to raise awareness of an increasing problem across the country ...Read More

COLUMBIA SHOTS FIRED


Columbia police are investigating a late morning shots fired incident ...Read More

TWO INJURED IN CHARITON COUNTY ACCIDENT


Two people were injured in an accident Tuesday morning on Highway 24 a mile east of Keytesville ...Read More

MOBERLY PUBLIC HEARING


The Moberly City Council conducted a public hearing Monday night that would authorize a real property tax exemption for expansion of Mid-Am Building Supply's operations ...Read More

LEAKS ADD TO UNREST IN FERGUSON


For more than 70 days, protests have taken place day and night in Ferguson over the death of Michael Brown, and with new details having been leaked to the press, tensions in the city are escalating ...Read More

BEVIER LOVES GROUNDBREAKING


Dirt work is set to begin this week on the new Love's Travel Center that is coming to Bevier ...Read More

COMO COUNCIL DOWNS POT PROPOSAL


A proposed ordinance that would have decriminalized the cultivation of two marijuana plants within the Columbia city limits has been defeated by the city council ...Read More

PROTECTION FROM CARBON MONOXIDE


Homeowners need to take precautions when turning on their furnaces for the first time for the winter ...Read More

LOCAL COMEDY BROTHERS MOVIE TO PREMIERE IN MOBERLY


A local film crew will premiere its short film at B&B Theaters in Moberly on Tuesday ...Read More

SHARE THE WARMTH WITH HIGBEE


Several students at Higbee School benefited from donations during last year's Share The Warmth program, and school officials hope that more can be helped ...Read More

WESTRAN SCHOOLS ADOPT NEW RESOLUTIONS


The Westran school board adopted two resolutions at its most recent school board meeting ...Read More

MACC HEALTH FAIR


The Moberly Area Community College Division of Allied Health will host its annual health fair this week ...Read More

NEW SURGERY AT CHILDREN'S MERCY


When a family is expecting twins, the joy is multiplied, but so are the potential complications ...Read More

INCIDENTS OUTSIDE EDWARD JONES DOME


Saint Louis Police arrested two women, and say two other people were injured, after Rams fans and Ferguson protesters clashed outside the Edward Jones Dome after the game yesterday afternoon ...Read More

NORTH SHELBY SCHOOLS TALKING BUDGET


The North Shelby School District is now operating under the new budget, which was approved at last week's meeting ...Read More

COLLEGE APPLICATION WEEK


Moberly High School is celebrating College Application Week this week ...Read More

GROW FEST THIS THURSDAY


Another edition of Grow Fest will be held Thursday evening at the Moberly Municipal Auditorium for people thinking about starting a new business or expanding an existing business ...Read More

MOBERLY CITY COUNCIL MEETING MONDAY


The Moberly City Council will hold a public hearing Monday evening for real property within the city's Enhanced Enterprise Zone ...Read More

BLUNT ON TRAVELING WITH EBOLA


US Senator Roy Blunt is among several members of Congress calling for tighter restrictions of travel from West Africa to the United States ...Read More

FERGUSON OFFICER CLAIMS STRUGGLE


Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson says he struggled with teenager Michael Brown in his police SUV before fatally shooting him ...Read More

KIRKSVILLE MAN INJURED IN SHELBY COUNTY MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT


A Kirksville man was injured in a motorcycle accident in Shelby County Sunday afternoon ...Read More

KC SOUTHERN REVENUES UP IN THIRD QUARTER


Kansas City Southern, which operates a railroad line through a number of central Missouri locations, including Slater, Glasgow, Higbee, Centralia and Mexico, beat expectations for its 3rd quarter revenue with the help of more grain and automobile shipments ...Read More

KHAJA TALKS EFFECTS OF COUMADIN


For years, a drug called "Coumadin" has been used to prevent new blood clots, and keep existing clots from getting worse ...Read More

APEX PLASTICS EXPANDING


Since 1970, Apex Plastics in Brookfield has been one of the leaders in blown plastic molding manufacturing ...Read More

NEMO SENIOR EXPO THIS TUESDAY


A resource program for area seniors will be presented Tuesday in Kirksville ...Read More

LOVES GROUNDBREAKING MONDAY IN BEVIER


The public is invited to the groundbreaking Monday morning at the site of the new Love's Travel Center, on Highway 36 at Bevier ...Read More

AMEREN RATE HEARINGS SCHEDULED


The Missouri Public Service Commission has scheduled a number of local public hearings in January to receive testimony on the electric rate case filed by Ameren Missouri ...Read More

NEW PARKING LOT FOR HALLSVILLE CITY HALL


The city of Hallsville plans to put a new parking lot in at city hall next year ...Read More

CLIMATOLOGIST SAYS WINTER COULD BE MILD


Had this week's rainstorm made its way through the region in winter, the National Weather Service says it could have produced as much as two feet of snow ...Read More

DEALING WITH LYMPHEDEMIA AFTER MASTECTOMY


A mastectomy to treat breast cancer can be a traumatic experience; however, for some women, the surgery can lead to a condition called lymphedemia, which is a swelling around the arm and shoulder area ...Read More
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