State is enforcing temporary no-wake rule on entire Lake of the Ozarks
Following heavy rainfall that caused water levels at the Lake of Ozarks to raise dramatically, Gov. Jay Nixon on Thursday directed the Missouri Department of Public Safety and the Missouri State Highway Patrol to institute a no-wake policy at the Lake of the Ozarks, effective immediately.
Lake management officials anticipate releases from Bagnell Dam will take the lake level below 661 feet (above sea level) so ...
Pictures: Bagnell Dam water release draws crowd at Lake of the Ozarks
Ameren Missouri has opened the flood gates at Bagnell Dam at Lake of the Ozarks.
Consulting engineer Alan Sullivan said 11 of the dam’s 12 flood gates were opened to 10 percent after the area recorded three inches of rain in the overnight hours. More than 40,000 cubic feet per second are flowing through the gates. Operators also ordered Truman Dam to close its gates to ...
High water brings boating restrictions to Lake of the Ozarks
At the direction of Gov. Jay Nixon, the Missouri Department of Public Safety and the Missouri State Highway Patrol have instituted a no wake policy at the Lake of the Ozarks effective immediately. This policy is in effect for the entire lake area. Emergency responders will be the only exemption to this restriction.
As of July 2, the Lake of the Ozarks is at 662.5 feet; ...
Pictures: Finley River rises fast from heavy rains in Ozark
KY3's Ethan Forhetz snapped these photos of the fast-rising Finley River in Ozark Thursday. This is the second time in a few weeks the river has been out of its banks. ...
Suspect for murder in Kansas may be in Springfield area
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation and the Pittsburg Police Department both offer $5,000 rewards -- $10,000 total -- for information leading to the arrest of Bryan Bridges for the murder of Taylor Thomas on Oct. 9, 2014.
Bridges, 20, is 5-foot-7, 170 pounds. His race is Laotian and Caucasian, but he may claim to be Hispanic.
Anyone with information about Bridges’ whereabouts can contact the Kansas Bureau ...
Fort Leonard Wood soldiers return from Iraq
A squad-size element of military police Soldiers with the 13th Military Police Company, 92nd MP Battalion returned home to Fort Leonard Wood Wednesday from Iraq.
These nine Soldiers provided protective services while deployed to Iraq for four months.
Capt. Aaron McDaniel, 13th MP Co. commander, along with Families, friends and fellow Soldiers welcomed the troops home.