John Marsh

Hillary gets the Democratic Nod


Hillary Clinton has officially been named the Democratic presidential nominee. She is the first female presidential nominee of a major party in our country’s 240 year history. Former President Bill Clinton made an rousing speech .. backing his wife’s candidacy.

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KWOS St. Louis Cardinals Blood Drive a Super Success!

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Thanks to everyone who joined News Radio 950 – KWOS for the ‘Step Up To The Plate and Donate’ Blood Drive at Capital Mall Tuesday. The numbers are still being tallied, but plenty of you stepped to the plate and helped raise dozens of units of much – needed blood. …

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Search is on for missing JCMO woman


Jefferson City Police are looking for help from the public to locate an endangered person last heard from in Jefferson City yesterday.  Kelly Clark, age 30, of Jefferson City was speaking to a family member by phone when the family member overheard an assault against Clark take place.  Ms. Clark …

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Baby death trial to move to new courtroom

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A Miller County murder trial is on the move. Judge Stan Moore issued an order for a change of venue in the second degree murder trial of Emily Usnick. The charges against Usnick stem from a drug raid on Usnick’s home on Main Street in St. Elizabeth in early 2009. …

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Jaycees Cole County Fair off and running

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Cooler temperatures greeted fair goers in Cole County Monday night. The weather broke just in time for the festivities at the JayCees County fairgrounds. Despite the cooler temperatures and gray skiers, First Responders are reminding attendees to drink plenty of cool water while you’re on the fair grounds. The fair …

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JCMO Mayor Tergin backs a CoMo ballot issue

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Jefferson City’s lodging tax is earmarked for a future Conference Center .. Next week Columbia voters will be asked to approve a hike in their hotel tax to fund airport improvements. Jefferson City Mayor Carrie Tergin supports the plan … Three years ago, Jefferson City partnered with Columbia to get …

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More talk about Cole Courthouse flag

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You’ve heard plenty about the flap over not lowering the Cole County Courthouse flag to half-staff in the aftermath of the Orlando gay bar shootings. Challenger Janet Ousley has called out Western Commissioner Kris Scheperle for initially voting to leave the flag at full staff. While Presiding Commissioner Sam Bushman …

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Boat fire at the ‘Lake’


The Missouri Highway patrol says it has yet to come up with a cause for a spectacular explosion and fire aboard a boat at the Lake of the Ozarks Saturday afternoon. 53-year-old Sheri Walker suffered moderate injuries when the boat erupted into flames shortly after Walker and her 27 –year-old …

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Now its the ‘Dems’ turn at the Convention


It’s a new week and a new national convention. With Democrats flocking to Philadelphia today for the first day of the Democratic National Convention, the action turns now to Donald Trump’s general election opponent: Hillary Clinton. After an action-packed week in Cleveland that included everything from charges of plagiarism, booing …

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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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