Archive - Dec 19, 2011


Travel by car for the Holidays - Cheaper and safer

Missouri News Horizon

Fender bender a good reminder for drivers.

New Haven, Mo - This evening during the five o’clock hour at the intersection of highway 100 and Olive Road the Missouri State Highway patrol responded for a report of a non-injury accident.

The exact details of the accident are unknown other than that one vehicle re-ended another.

Missouri Conservation Commission Meeting Minutes - 2012 Hunting Seasons announced

Jim Low - Jefferson City
Conservation Action, December 2011

The Conservation Commission met Dec. 14 and 15 at Conservation Commission Headquarters in Jefferson City. Commissioners present were:  Don R. Johnson, Festus, Chair; Don C. Bedell, Sikeston, Vice Chair; Becky L. Plattner, Grand Pass, Secretary; James T. Blair, IV, St. Louis, Member


The Commission approved the following 2012 hunting-season dates.

MU Researchers Find Pet Kidney Injuries Are Similar To Human Kidney Injuries

COLUMBIA, Mo., News Bureau, University of Missouri– When evaluating early kidney injuries in people, doctors monitor blood level increases of creatinine, a waste product of muscle breakdown, to understand the severity of the injury.

Top Stories of 2011 - Number 14

Let the countdown begin of the top 14 stories we have published this year.

At the end of a year everyone always looks back at things that have happened.  For some people 2011 will have been one of the worse years in their life, for others the best year of their life.

New Haven rocks Owensville Friday night 34-55.

Pictured above: Ryan Menke helps to break Owensville's press during the second half.

Happy New Year. Start 2012 Safely.

Jefferson City, Mo. - The end of this year is fast approaching, and many Missourians will make plans to bring in 2012 in a special way. The Missouri State Highway Patrol encourages everyone to make good decisions regarding their New Year’s celebration. If the weather is bad, allow extra time for traveling or be flexible with your plans. Staying home might be safer.

Deputies find 16-month-old during meth bust in Pacific.

Pacific, Mo. - Yesterday afternoon (Sunday) Franklin County Deputies responded for a report of a possible meth lab at a residence in Pacific Summit Estates.  When deputies arrived they noticed a strong odor, commonly associated with production of methamphetamine.

After deputies made entry into the residence, contact was made with four adults along with a 16-month-old child that was located inside as well.  Deputies did locate a meth lab inside the residence.