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Vindication for one time state veterans advocate

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A Jefferson City jury finds in favor of a former Missouri Veterans Commission employee who claimed she was discriminated against and harassed prior to her dismissal in November 2009. The jury awarded Pat Rowe Kerr 1-point-3 million dollars in actual damages and 1-point-575-million in punitive damages. Kerr claimed Missouri Veterans …

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Former Osage Sheriff Dixon faces fines

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Former Osage County sheriff Michael Dixon will now have to pay a fine and court costs in a case where he’s accused of harassing a female police officer prior to his becoming sheriff. A St. Louis County judge revoking Dixon’s probation on his guilty plea from Jul1st, 2014. Dixon will …

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It’s all about ‘The Donald’!


Donald Trump, presidential nominee, is now a reality. The Republican Party, fractured along establishment and insurgent lines through a raucous primary season, chose its presidential nominee at its convention, and the real estate mogul accepted it Thursday night before a packed arena. He enters the general election season as one …

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Man waving BB gun around gets shot by cop

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Boone County deputies say the man who was shot in Sturgeon Thursday morning, was shot by an officer. They say a woman called Sturgeon police to her home to report that a man who was drunk had assaulted her. The sheriff’s department says Sturgeon police arrived on the scene before …

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Step Up to the Plate With the Red Cross Blood Drive

Join News Radio 950 KWOS and on FM at 101.1 for the Step Up to the Plate Blood Drive at Capitol Mall in Jefferson City on Tuesday, July 26th. Hours are from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Capital Mall in Jefferson City. All presenting donors will receive a …

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