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JCFD Looks Forward

The Jefferson City Fire Department is looking to the future, with five stations and the possibility of a sixth.  Assistant Chief Tim Grace appeared on KWOS Open Air to talk about what is happening.

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Additional layoffs for Lincoln – U?

Lincoln University is eliminating nearly 50 positions in the face of a budget shortfall. University officials announced Monday that 15 and a half faculty positions will be a part of the cutback aimed at helping save about 3-point-8 million dollars. The rest of the layoffs will come from staff positions. …

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Why were the sirens going off in Fulton?

Did you hear the storm sirens go off in Fulton last night? Callaway County Emergency Management decided to sound the alert after a couple storm spotters said they witnessed a funnel cloud on the north end of Fulton about 9 oh clock last night. The National Weather Service and meteorologist …

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EMS Week Celebrated in Mid-Missouri

It’s EMS Week and the Cole County Emergency Medical Services is helping to celebrate.  Kevin Wieberg appeared on KWOS Open Air to talk about the weeks activities and a special event on Thursday.

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AP Weighs in on Special Session

David Lieb from the Associated Press appeared on KWOS Open Air to talk about the special session that starts today, looked back on the some history and precedents of special sessions.  His interview with John Marsh and Kelley Ray is posted below.

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