QuickNewsNow Speaks With Fidelity President About Internet Service

Photo obtained from Fidelity Communications company profile page.

By: Kyle Quick

NEW HAVEN, Mo. - Early Thursday afternoon, Fidelity President John Colbert took time to contact QNN in regards to the April rate increase for Internet service as well as the advertised increase in Internet speeds.

Colbert responded in regards to the complaints we had received from customers about their Internet speed remaining the same and not increasing in speed, as it should have back in April. Colbert has promised to investigate this complaint and will provide additional information to QNN on Friday.

UPDATED ALERT: One Timber Wolf Shot - Second Still On The Loose

Pictured left is a generic image of what a gray Timber Wolf looks like.

UPDATE: June 10 10:30 a.m.
Robertsville Mo.
-  Last night, at approximately 7:20 PM, Deputies responded to a residence on Wardfield Road.  A resident in the area stated that he had shot a large animal in an enclosed area with his sheep. 

UPDATED: AT&T Customers Experiencing Issues With Cell Phone Usage

ST. LOUIS, Mo. (9:28 a.m.) - We just spoke with AT&T’s Katie Nagus, Sr. Media Relations St. Louis office and told QuickNewsNow, "Due to hardware issues this morning, some customers in Franklin County may have experienced issues with their wireless services."

"Technicians worked quickly to resolve the issue and service is currently running normally. We apologize for this inconvenience."

Gov. Nixon To Participate In Clinton Global Initiative Panel On Disaster Response

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Gov. Jay Nixon will participate in a panel discussion on disaster preparedness and response sponsored by the Clinton Global Initiative during a domestic trade mission to New York next week.

The panel, titled “Building Global Partnerships in Disaster Preparedness and Response: Lessons Learned from Recent Disasters,” will be moderated by Matthew Bishop, New York Bureau Chief for The Economist.

Joining the Governor on the panel will be Gail McGovern, President and CEO of the American Red Cross; Marc Pritchard, Global Brand Building Officer, Procter and Gamble; and Richard Stearns, President of World Vision.