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!
2018 to Begin with Bone Chilling Cold
The National Weather Service cautions folks to be mindful of dangerously cold conditions this New Year’s weekend.
Social Media Joke Lands Teen in Jail
A social media post results in a school lockdown and the arrest of a Sante Fe, Missouri teen.
Mahaney Arrested in Connection with Shooting
Authorities confirm the arrest of 18 year-old Myron Mahaney in connection with a shooting in Hannibal Wednesday night.
Rollover Crash Seriously Injures Two
A one-car rollover crash in Monroe County results in serious injuries for two occupants.
Shooter Receives 39 Year Sentence
A man arrested for a shooting on Hannibal’s south side was sentenced to 39 years in prison Friday.
Quincy Pastor Arrested on 7 Felony Warrants
Quincy Police confirm the arrest of 54 year-old Todd Shane Tomko on 7 felony warrants from Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Football Fever Strikes Two NE Mo Towns
The towns of Monroe City and Kahoka are teeming with excitement as their high school football teams compete in state semifinal action.
Car Strikes Man in Downtown Hannibal
Hannibal Police respond to a car-pedestrian accident Friday evening at the intersection of 3rd and Broadway.
Plans Unveiled for New $10 Million Subdivision in Hannibal
A Hannibal builder plans to construct a 43-home subdivision on the city's west side.
Testing Continues on Hannibal’s Drinking Water
Hannibal BPW General Manager Bob Stevenson says more time—and data—are needed to determine the best method of replacing chloramines in the water supply.