• Fulton to Decide Who Pays for Wastewater Plant Renovations

    Posted 9:01 AM 9/17/2013 by Katie Kreider, KOMU 8 Reporter

    FULTON- Areas of Stinson Creek that fall downstream from the Fulton Wastewater Treatment Facility are now some of 90,000 miles of stream water being mandated for disinfection by the EPA and Department of Natural Resources.

    The new regulations by the Federal EPA and Missouri DNR (More)

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  • Fulton Residents Walk to Support Suicide Prevention

    Fulton Residents Walk to Support Suicide Prevention

    Posted 5:58 PM 9/15/2013 by Katie Kreider, KOMU 8 Reporter

    FULTON- Fulton held its second annual "Out of the Darkness" community walk at the Fulton State Hospital Sunday to raise funds to support suicide prevention.

    City Council member Lowe Cannell announced Sunday that the week of September 8th marks the official Suicide Prevention Week (More)

  • Westminster College Holds Taste of Callaway

    Posted 4:24 PM 9/8/2013 by Meredith Albair, KOMU 8 Reporter

    FULTON - Westminster College held its second annual "Taste of Callaway" Sunday afternoon.

    The event started at 2 p.m. in the Kent and Judith Mueller Student Center on the Westminster campus. Students were encouraged to come to the event to check out local businesses in Fulton. Over (More)

  • Fulton Company Expands Manufacturing, Adds Jobs

    Posted 11:34 AM 9/4/2013 by Lucas Geisler, KOMU 8 Reporter

    FULTON - Danuser Machine Company held a groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday morning to celebrate an addition to its manufacturing plant.

    Glenn Danuser, head of sales for the company, said the company's new product, the "Hammer" is selling so well that an expansion to the manufacturing (More)

  • Residents Host Barbecue to Benefit Homeless

    Posted 8:05 PM 8/25/2013 by Brent Pearson, KOMU 8 Digital Producer

    FULTON - Residents and volunteers gathered in Fulton on Sunday at Our House's Fourth Annual Rockin' Bouncin' Barbecue to raise money for the homeless.

    Last year the event raised $2,500. The event offered face painting, food, and live music. One organizer said there is a big need for help (More)

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  • Missing Callaway County Family Found Safe

    Missing Callaway County Family Found Safe

    Posted 5:43 PM 8/6/2013 by Nick Thompson, KOMU 8 Digital Producer

    CALLAWAY COUNTY - The Callaway County Sheriff's Office reported Tuesday that a missing grandmother and her two grandchildren have been found safe after spending Monday night in the woods. 

    Deputies said a 58-year-old grandmother, a 12-year-old granddaughter and a 10-year-old grandson (More)

  • Investigators Deem Kingdom City Fire an Accident

    Investigators Deem Kingdom City Fire an Accident

    Posted 12:35 PM 8/5/2013 by Devon Fasbinder, KOMU 8 Digital Producer

    CALLAWAY COUNTY - The Callaway County Sheriff's Department said the fatal fire in July has been deemed an accident.

    Sheriff Crane told KOMU 8 News Monday that the fire marshall finished the investigation and found no sign of foul play.  He said the death was accidental and the person was living when the fire began.

     

  • Fire Closes Fulton Wal-Mart

    Fire Closes Fulton Wal-Mart

    Posted 7:45 PM 8/4/2013 by Amanda Sohaney, KOMU 8 Digital Producer

    FULTON - A fire in a Fulton Wal-Mart Sunday afternoon closed the store for about 30 minutes.

    The Fulton Fire Department responded to a call about smoke in a structure around 5 p.m. Sunday. When officials arrived to the Wal-Mart on 1701 North Bluff Street, they found a small fire in a meat (More)

  • Gov. Nixon Says New Fulton State Hospital Could Be Impossible

    Posted 2:27 PM 7/30/2013 by Ellie Coatar, KOMU 8 Reporter

    FULTON - Governor Nixon toured the Fulton State Hospital Tuesday and spoke to the media about the impact of a vetoed tax bill on making hospital improvements.

    Nixon said if the legislature overturns his veto of House Bill 253, it will not be possible to build a new facility (More)

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  • UPDATE: Ameren Works to Get Callaway Energy Center Running

    UPDATE: Ameren Works to Get Callaway Energy Center Running

    Posted 7:51 PM 7/29/2013 by Sam Hustis, KOMU 8 Reporter

    FULTON - Today Ameren engineers have been working to clean up the damage done by a small fire on Friday at the Callaway Energy Center.

    The fire started when one of the main power cables leading away from the plant shorted.  The fire melted equipment and duct work on a building. The (More)

  • Fire at Callaway Energy Center Declared "Unusual Event"

    Fire at Callaway Energy Center Declared "Unusual Event"

    Posted 2:56 PM 7/27/2013 by Katie Kiebles, KOMU 8 Digital Producer

    FULTON - On July 26 at 11:49 p.m., the Ameren Missouri Callaway Energy Center declared an "Unusual Event" due to a small fire in the turbine building, a building located in a non-nuclear part of the facility. The fire was extinguished, and the center is out of service. No one was injured.

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  • Fulton Park Closed for Safety Violations

    Posted 7:42 PM 7/24/2013 by Cristina Alexander, KOMU 8 News Reporter

    FULTON - A popular playground in Fulton closed on Wednesday for renovation. The Fulton City Council voted 4-3 Tuesday evening to close the Kiddy Corral playground immediately because it had multiple safety violations.

    The Missouri Intergovernmental Risk Management (More)

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