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*** UPDATE *** Missing Teens Found Dead In River

***UPDATE*** Searchers on the Moreau River Thursday found the bodies of two teen boys reported missing Wednesday. Jefferson City police department spokesman Doug Shoemaker says investigators believe 17-year-old  Dantonio McClain of Spartanburg South Carolina and 18-year-old Jacob Foster of Jefferson City drowned when they jumped off a railroad bridge on …

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The Gentleman from Cole Talks PDMP

Cole County Representative Jay Barnes appeared on KWOS Open Air to talk with John Marsh and Kelley Ray about the second special session Legislators are involved with discussing Abortion issues and Governor Greitens making PDMP law in Missouri.

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Missing Mid-Mo girl safe and sound

The endangered person advisory for a Morgan County teenager has been cancelled. Police in Hardy Arkansas found 14-year old Mersadiez Rohr safe inside an S-U-V officers pulled over Wednesday afternoon. She had run off from her grandparents’ home.

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Mizzou docs admit to falsifying records

Two physicians at the University of Missouri School of Medicine plead guilty in federal court to charges of health care fraud. Kenneth Rall and Michael Richards admitted in court they falsely certified they had viewed hundreds of files or records when in fact they didn’t. The doctors were reimbursed by …

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Cole ambulances need more staff

The Cole County Ambulance service it taking another run at the Cole County Commission to increase its staff. EMS director Jerry Johnston presenting two proposals to the commission this week. Johnston is looking to hire two more full time EMTs to help with a rising number of calls and patient …

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Chamber Looks Forward to a Possible Port

The Jefferson City Area Chamber of Commerce appeared on KWOS Open Air with John Marsh and Kelley Ray.  Randy Allen and Janet Weckenborg talked about issues involved with MSP and a possible river port in Jefferson City.  Their interview is posted below.  

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