• Caregivers plead guilty to charges in Carl DeBrodie's death Posted on 22 November 2019 at 5:51pm

    FULTON - Two people pleaded guilty Friday in federal court to charges for the death of Carl DeBrodie.

    Sherry Paulo, 54, and Anthony Flores, 59, both entered a guilty plea to one count of willfully failing to provide necessary medical care.

  • MU receiver Jonathan Nance arrested for missing court date Posted on 22 November 2019 at 5:32pm

    COLUMBIA - Jonathan Nance, Missouri football's leading receiver, was arrested Friday morning for not appearing in court regarding a seatbelt violation in June, the University of Missouri Police Department confirmed.

    Nance, 22, was pulled over at 9:30 a.m. Friday for running a stop sign. MUPD then discovered that Nance had an outstanding warrant from Miller County. He had been cited for not wearing a seatbelt in June, but he never appeared in court on the original charge. Nance was taken to the Boone County Jail and detained. Bond was set at $100.

  • Law enforcement looking for suspect in Cooper County Posted on 22 November 2019 at 5:12pm

    COOPER COUNTY - The Cooper County Emergency Management Agency issued an alert Friday asking community members to watch out for a suspect on the loose.

    Law enforcement released that they are looking for a male suspect in the area of Highway 98 and 179 near 170.

  • Human remains found in Nebraska livestock trailer belong to one of Wisconsin brothers Posted on 22 November 2019 at 4:49pm

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Caldwell County Sheriff’s Office confirmed Friday the human remains found in a livestock trailer in Nebraska belong to one of two brothers from Wisconsin who went missing while on a business trip in northwest Missouri.

    The remains were discovered Nov. 15 by a rancher in Hershey, Nebraska, inside a large, plastic tub full of dirt that had been in a stock trailer he purchased in Missouri.

  • Life Support: One easy solution to a rural healthcare crisis Posted on 22 November 2019 at 3:36pm

    COLUMBIA - Hospitals all over the country are struggling to stay open.

    This has left patients in rural areas struggling to get the care they need. Now experts are telling us there could be a simple, and essentially free solution that has worked in many other states.

  • United Way of Central Missouri awards $81,000 to local organizations Posted on 22 November 2019 at 1:34pm

    JEFFERSON CITY - The United Way of Central Missouri awarded five local organizations impacted by the Jefferson City tornado in May more than $81,000 in grants Friday morning. 

    President of United Way of Central Missouri Ann Bax said the tornado challenged the United Way, but the organization knew it's mission right away.

  • Police investigating shots fired incident in north Columbia Posted on 22 November 2019 at 11:56am

    COLUMBIA- Police are investigating gunfire in north Columbia after officers found shell casings Thursday night.

    Officers responded to Riva Ridge Court at at approximately 9:20 p.m. In addition to the casings, they found damage to a home, but no injuries were reported.

  • UPDATE: Morgan County R-1 schools closed due bacterial meningitis case Posted on 22 November 2019 at 11:34am

    STOVER - Morgan County R-1 schools closed Friday to allow cleaning of the buildings after a possible case of bacterial meningitis. Tests came back negative.

    Superintendent Matt Unger stated in a release Friday afternoon, that the student does not have bacterial meningitis.

  • UPDATE: Fulton Middle School students moved due to 'sulfur smell' Posted on 22 November 2019 at 1:06pm

    FULTON - Students from 6th to 8th grade in the Fulton School District are spending much of their Friday in different buildings due to what administrators described as a "sulfur smell" at the middle school.

    The smell was caused by a faulty piece of floor cleaning equipment.

  • Tigers lose 4th straight against South Dakota 72-56 Posted on 21 November 2019 at 11:22pm

    VERMILLION, SD - The Tigers women basketball team travelled to South Dakota Thursday night to face the Coyotes and hoped to possibly end their losing streak.

    Missouri was able to make the game tight in the first half as the lead went back and forth, but South Dakota was too much as it pulled away in the 2nd half to beat the Tigers 72-56.