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Old Capitol Avenue homes could come on the market


The revitalization of Jefferson City’s near east side continues. The Jefferson City Housing authority Wednesday morning voted to acquire more than 44 downtown properties between the 100 block of Adams Street and the 200 block of Lafayette St. The plan still has several hoops to jump through before it goes …

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Mid – Mo missing person case

Kevin Hoyt
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The Audrain County sheriff’s department has a missing person case on their hands and they are wanting your help. 59-year-old Kevin E. Hoyt was last seen about 4 oh clock Friday afternoon, talking to someone driving a white sport utility vehicle along Audrain County road 489 near the family’s hog …

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JC Fire Chief and Task Force 1


Plenty of Mid-Missouri firefighters made the trip to work with victims of the hurricane on the east coast. While Jefferson City Fire Chief Matt Schofield didn’t make the trip, he was one of the first responders on the scene in New York City after 9-11 … Mid-Missouri based Task Force …

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The Mizzou ‘faithful’ — Aren’t!


The Missouri football team isn’t winning and not as many people are coming to Columbia to watch. Homecoming attendance was almost 20-thousand less than the year before. And overall this year, attendance is down for all games. Still, Columbia’s Convention and Visitors’ Bureau says more than 90 percent of the …

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Is there a school bond coming to a polling place near you?

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No quick answers as the Jefferson City school board holds a work session to look at options for a possible bond issue referendum. The board is looking at ways to alleviate crowding in the district, all the from building new schools to redistricting. If the board puts a referendum on …

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The North Koreans aren’t joking!

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You hear all the stories about what a threat Middle Eastern terrorists pose to the free world. But your  concerns might be better directed at North Korea … Retired Army Lt. Colonel Steve Tharp grew up in Jefferson City but has spent most of his adult life as an Army …

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A stick – up at a cell phone shop


A couple of armed robbers decided they didn’t want to sign any contracts for cell phones when they held up the Sprint Store on Missouri Boulevard in Jefferson City. The pair wearing dark hoodies entered the store about 8 oh clock Friday and forced three customers and an employee into …

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Two Iowa women busted in JCMO shooting

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Two women from the state of Iowa have been arrested in connection with a shooting in Jefferson City Saturday night. The women were part of a disturbance in the 800 block of Monroe. The victim was shot and taken to University Hospital in Columbia with non-life threatening injuries. The Missouri …

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Overnight crashes keep JCPD cops busy


It’s been a night of driving mishaps in Jefferson City. One person appeared to be seriously injured after an S-U-V plowed into the back of a semi near the Unilever plant on Truman Boulevard just after 2 – this morning. About a half hour later, a car plunged off Highway …

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Different bridge .. same old delays


More delays for a MoDOT Bridge project in Jefferson City. This time it’s the Clark Avenue bridge. Work crews say the 56-year-old structure was in worse shape than they anticipated. Originally scheduled to re-open in a matter of weeks, MoDOT says now look for an early to mid-December completion date …

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