KAISER, Mo. - The Missouri Department of Natural Resources is warning people to avoid swimming in a public beach at the Lake of the Ozarks.
According to the department, an advisory was issued after water samples taken Monday at Grand Glaize Beach at the Lake of the Ozarks State Park revealed high bacteria levels. The bacteria levels are checked for E. Coli, and a DNR spokeswoman said this bacteria level is not uncommon after heavy rains.
You can find an interactive map of beach conditions at state parks across Missouri by clicking this link.
ABC 17 told you about E. Coli levels at and near the Lake of the Ozarks in a special report last month.
The next set of samples will be taken on July 17.