Mike Stone

Mike is the Lead Anchor Monday through Saturday.

He has been with KMZU since April of 2009.

He learned his craft over the years at various radio stations in Missouri before making a home for himself at KMZU.

If you wish to contact Mr. Stone please send emails to mikes@kmzu.com or news@kmzu.com.

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MoDOT Monday – July 11, 2016

| July 11, 2016

Rain and storms may interrupt work from time to time but road crews will remain busy in many parts of the state.

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Sedalia man arrested for DWI and child endangerment allegations

| July 10, 2016

The 29-year-old was taken into custody just before midnight Saturday evening by Highway Patrol authorities.

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Two out-of-state passengers injured in one vehicle crash in Cole County

| July 10, 2016

The accident occurred on eastbound Highway 50 just after midnight Sunday.

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DWI allegations and moderate injuries suffered by Harrisonville resident

| July 9, 2016

The 28-year-old was driving on southbound 291 in Cass Co. just before 1 a.m. Saturday when the vehicle went off the roadway and overturned.

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CMU will cut power to portion of Chillicothe Sunday for repairs

| July 9, 2016

The outage will affect an area from Clay St. south to Ann St. and from Washington St. east to Elm St. between 1 p.m. and 5 p.m.

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Warrants and a drug allegation lead to Clay County arrest

| July 9, 2016

The 36-year-old Independence resident was accused of possessing a felony amount of methamphetamine and wanted by the Independence Police Department on a felony and misdemeanor warrant.

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Sunrise Beach woman killed in early morning crash

| July 8, 2016

The 29-year-old reportedly crossed the center line of Mo. Highway 5 and struck a trash truck head-on.

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Nebraska teen accused of sex crimes in Sedalia

| July 8, 2016

The 17-year-old is accused of having sexual contact with a child under the age of 15.

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Lawson man given probation in marijuana and mushroom conviction

| July 8, 2016

Following the conviction by a jury the judge sentenced the area resident to 7 years’ probation for each count, but suspended the sentence in favor of supervised probation.

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