• Wake Up Columbia heads to the Pen
    Halloween morning has Tom Bradley, Nicci Garmon, Brad Tregnago and Producer Jeremy broadcasting from the notoriously haunted Missouri State Pen in Jefferson City. It's been...

  • The Eagle Sponsors 2014 Mizzou Homecoming
    MU's homecoming game is Oct. 25th against Venderbilt, but there's tons of events leading up to game day Between the blood drive, campus decs, talent...

  • Win Lunch for 10 with Wake Up Columbia
    Moberly has an AMAZING new restaurant called The Southern Yankee, and we want you to bring up to 9 of  your friends/co-workers and join us...

  • Join the Eagle for our huge, FREE tailgate parties!
    Our Tiger Tailgates start 2 hours before every home Mizzou football game, on the corner of Stadium and Mick Deaver Drive. Thanks to Bud Light,...

  • See Where The Eagle Will Land Next…
    Here's a list of our upcoming remotes and live shows: Sat. Oct. 11, All Group Fitness, W. Broadway Business Park in Columbia, 8-10 A.M., go...

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Student arrested after waving gun in lunchroom

(AP) - A middle school student in northwest Missouri was taken into custody after pulling out an unloaded gun in ...Read More

Ferguson schools prepare for increased unrest

(AP) - The Ferguson-Florissant and Clayton school districts are reminding parents of emergency procedures ahead of the upcoming decision by ...Read More

Judge rules against Ameren in power line case

(AP) - A Missouri judge has ruled against a subsidiary of Ameren Corp. in a legal dispute over whether it ...Read More

Four arrested in North Columbia for burglary

Four people have been arrested in North Columbia for a burglary earlier this week. DeAngelo Joe (left), 20, La’Deja Hayes ...Read More

Two recovering after rocky fall at Stephens Lake

A scary fall is reported at Columbia’s Stephens Lake Park. Emergency officials say two men apparently dropped about 18 feet ...Read More

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Man that escaped Columbia police arrested in north MO

(AP) - A Columbia man accused of leading law enforcement on a 114-mile high-speed chase in northwest Missouri is jailed in Jackson County on numerous charges. Prosecutors on Thursday charged 32-year-old Donald Buckner with robbery, armed criminal action and resisting ...Read More

Jefferson City hospital CEO talks Ebola prep

We’ve learned a doctor in New York City has picked up Ebola after a recent trip to West Africa. Are Mid-Missouri hospitals really ready if Ebola shows up here? New Capital Region Medical Center CEO Gaspare Calvaruso says yes. "Folks ...Read More

MoDot is ready for homecoming

Expect plenty of traffic on the roads this Mizzou Homecoming weekend, but at least you won’t have construction to worry about. MoDOT engineer Mike Schupp says crews have wrapped up most projects and won’t be blocking any traffic for the ...Read More

Jefferson City Mayor will not run for second term

Mayor Eric Struemph will NOT run for a second term as Jefferson City’s leader. Streumph says his father is battling Alzheimers disease and he’s had some health problems himself. Streumph, who was elected in 20-11, says he’ll spending more time ...Read More

Basye wants to see the numbers for himself

Waste in government is at the top of the list for another State Representative nominee. Chuck Basye is taking on John Wright next month. Basye says on the Gary Nolan Show he saw plenty of waste at the federal level ...Read More