Liz Holliday

Communications Specialist
Archive for November, 2013

Lost Photos Of The Joplin Tornado Find New Home

Photos rescued from the 2011 tornado now have a new home in the Joplin Museum Complex. Previously, the National Disaster Photo Rescue Group had been working out of Carthage to reunite over 700 families with personal photographs found among debris.

Four Miami Police Officers Put On Leave In Excessive Force Scandal

Now Four Officers are put on Administrative Leave after a DashCam Video surfaces of a DUI Traffic stop back in May.
The lawyer of the man pulled over, Jerry Payne, says the video shows officers from Miami P.D. pulling his client to the ground and kicking him in the face.
KOAM’s Liz Holliday went to Miami to get reactions from the community.

A Miami Couple Robs Hotel, Stabs Clerk

A Miami Couple is behind bars, after attempting to steal a TV from a local hotel and stabbing the hotel clerk who tried to stop them.
KOAM’s Liz Holliday was on the scene and has the details.

Carl Junction Post Office Wins National Contest For Breast Cancer Awareness

The Post Office in Carl Junction, Missouri services the town of under 7500.
But this year the Post Office beat every other Post Office in the country to help “Stamp Out Breast Cancer” in the month of October.
KOAM’s Liz Holliday tells you why.

PBS Documentary On Tri-State Mining Premieres In Joplin

A documentary about Tri-State Mining is about to hit the airwaves on PBS stations across the country, but before it does the premiere will take place in Joplin.
KOAM’s Liz Holliday met with the filmmaker to dig a little deeper.

Community Searches For Missing Girl

A FAMILY AND COMMUNITY COME TOGETHER TO SEARCH FOR A MISSING GOLDEN CITY GIRL, KIDNAPPED FROM A PARK.