I have lived and worked in Hannibal most of my life. I graduated from Gem City College in Quincy with an Associates in Business Administration. My main career was working in retail sales management for J.C. Penney and I'm currently working in banking. I would say my extensive background in customer service has been an asset in journalism as well. I am acquainted with a lot of people in the area, including community leaders and public officials. I have worked in the News Department at KHMO since 2007. It is truly the most challenging and interesting job I have ever held. I consider myself a "late bloomer" Baby Boomer...but that's better than never!
One Dead After Motorcycle Crash in Adams Co
Adams County Sheriff's Deputies report a motorcycle crash claims the life of the operator and results in injuries for his passenger.
National Tom Sawyer Days Underway in Hannibal
Thousands of people are expected to celebrate the 4th of July holiday in downtown Hannibal.
Hannibal Man Objects to Rehab Center During City Council Meeting
A Hannibal resident brought his concerns about a proposed rehab center to city council chambers Tuesday.
New Hannibal City Budget: $36 Mil in Expenditures
Projected expenditures for the City of Hannibal exceed revenue by $6.8 million for FY 2018-19.
Quincy Man Arrested on Multiple Charges
A Quincy man out on bond for four felony drug cases goes back to jail after his arrest Friday.
Memorial Day Weekend Brings Numerous Accidents to Mo
Traffic and boating crashes kept Missouri Troopers busy over the holiday weekend.
Boat Crash Leaves Three Dead
A boat operator is facing Boating While Intoxicated charges after striking a rock bluff at the Lake of the Ozarks.
Accused Murderer Dead After Jail Suicide
A Hannibal man facing charges of first-degree murder was found hanged in his jail cell Thursday evening
Council Hears Opposition to $17.5 Million Water Plan
Harry Graves says some Hannibal voters went for what they thought was a “Free Lunch” when Proposition 1 was approved in 2017.
Mo AG Wins Judgement Against Hannibal Asphalter
A Hannibal man is ordered to pay nearly $108,000 in restitution related to an asphalt paving scam.