Author Archives: John Marsh

  1. mizzou officials – get ready for tough budget hearings

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    You may see some heated higher education funding hearings at the State Capitol. Senator Mike Kehoe says Mizzou officials better expect some hard – hitting questions …

    The racial tensions that prompted management turnovers at M-U have some at the Statehouse calling for lowered funding for the university.

  2. 1 behind bars in mexico mo drive-by

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    A man was arrested Thursday morning after Mexico police responded to a drive-by shooting that injured one man. Mexico police arrested DeMarko Walls, 24, of Mexico. Police tell us the shooting happened shortly before 2:00 a.m. in the 900 block of Carrico. Officers say they found the victim, 32-year-old Shawn Jackson in the roadway. Jackson is now in stable condition at University Hospital. Walls was arrested after officers found a gold colored Buick, which witnesses described as the car Walls was in. Police located him in the 200 block of West Central Street shortly after the shooting.

  3. man! those soldiers sure can eat!

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    Think you had a lot of mouths to feed yesterday?

    Fort Leonard Wood has dished out more than 5 tons of turkey for the Thanksgiving Day holiday. The installation said in a news release that it celebrated the holiday with a traditional meal served in 10 on-post dining facilities. Besides the turkey, the fort served 1,000 pounds of shrimp, 3,000 pounds of rib eye and 2,000 pies. The release says food service workers spent 4,500 hours preparing for the meal.

  4. don’t expect much patience from that trooper .. he has to work the holiday

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    Look for extra highway patrol troopers on the road this holiday weekend. The Highway patrol’s special enforcement period goes into efetct tonight. Extra troopers will bne stationed every 20 miles on most major interstates today through Saturday…that includes Highways 70 and 63. During last year’s Thanksgiving holiday period, 18 people were killed statewide.

  5. chestnut detour? stay tuned!

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    You may end up having to detour around the Lincoln University campus if the latest plan involving Chestnut Street goes through. The proposal would allow the college to shut down Chestnut from 8:30 to 4:30 Monday through Friday …

    Jefferson City Mayor Carrie Tergin (tur-jin) says the Council needs to make a decision on closing the street at their December 8th meeting.

  6. some osage county group homes are closing

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    Two mid Missouri care facilities for the disabled are being forced to close their doors. Arbor Ridge Manor and Arbor Ridge Estates, both in Osage County, informed their residents this week that they will need to find somewhere else to live by next Thursday. Court documents show the owners filed for bankruptcy back in May. Jeffrey and Rayanne Strubbing said they did not want to comment about the case. There about 30 residents in the Arbor Ridge facility…all will need to new homes by the end of next week.

  7. jay barnes says ‘refugees deserve a chance’

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    ‘Meet them at the border .. and send “em all back to Syria.’ Jefferson City Representative Jay Barnes doesn’t agree …

    While Barnes says there will have to be in-depth background checks of all those potential Mid-East refugees, he doesn’t support keeping them out of Missouri.

  8. victims – shooter named in moberly murder – suicide

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    The victims in that double homicide – suicide in Moberly over the weekend include a couple of high school students and a Columbia Career Center nursing student. Randolph County sheriff mark Nichols says 17-year-old Alexander Hewgley shot sisters 16-year –old Kelsey Bowen and 22 year old Jessica Bowen inside their family home. Hewgley had recently been in a relationship with Kelsey Bowen. Funerals for the Bowen sisters will be held at the Moberly High School auditorium at 10 Saturday morning.

  9. mexico mo man faces murder charges in trooper’s death

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    The prosecutor in Audrain County has filed a murder charge against a Mexico man who led the chase that resulted in the deathof Missouri Highway patrol Trooper James Bava. 20-year-old Serghei Comerzan is charged with second degree murder, resisting arrest and four other charges. Bava was chasing Comerzan who was riding a high powered motorcycle in excess of 100 miles per hour on Route FF in Audrain County on August 28th. Bava lost control of his vehicle on the hilly and winding road. The car ran off the road overturned in some trees and caught fire.

  10. 3 – dead in moberly murder – suicide

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    Randolph County sheriff mark Nichols says he will officially identify the three victims of Saturday morning’s shootings near Moberly after an autopsy today in Columbia. Neighbors say the victims were two sisters and the former boyfriend of one of the sisters. The Sheriff’s department
    was called to the scene about 6-30 Saturday morning. According to the sheriff’s preliminary report, it appears the incident was a murder –

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