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Columbia VFW shooter heads to the Big House

A Boonville man who shot up the VFW post in Columbia during a dance in 2015 is headed to federal prison. 22-year-old Louis Green Junior is sentenced Tuesday to four years after he pleaded guilty to second degree assault charges. Four people were injured in the September 2015 shooting.

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New Lincoln U football coach named

Steven Smith, an 18-year veteran with experience in both the college and professional levels, is named the next head coach of the Lincoln football team. Smith was the offensive coordinator at Albany State. Under Smith’s direction, the Golden Rams have gone undefeated in league play in the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic …

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Jefferson City could get a few homes larger

The Jefferson City council is set to vote on an annexation deal tonight. The city wants to annex about 20 properties just outside the city limits in the Meadows by the Club subdivision. Some residents of the subdivision petitioned the city for the annexation earlier this year. The annexation is …

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Fulton woman dies in I-70 crash

A Fulton woman died in a traffic crash Monday near Midway. Police say 50 year old Mary Payne was not wearing a seatbelt when her S-U-V ran off Highway 70 about 10-40 yesterday morning. The vehicle flipped over on the highway and landed in the median. Payne was ejected from …

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Missouri First Lady – elect robbed!

Governor-elect Eric Greitens wife was robbed at gunpoint Monday night in St. Louis. Sheena Greitens tells police she had just left a restaurant on West Pine Boulevard about 6-20 last night. She was inside her car looking at her cell phone when a man opened her car door, pointed a …

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Mike Kehoe hops they can find the highway bucks

Your Senator is still hoping there’s a ‘light at the end of the tunnel’ for road funding. Mike Kehoe of Jefferson City says he’s taking a wait and see approach to what new U-S Transportation Director Elaine Chao (chow) will do … Kehoe, who is the former chairman of the …

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Winter could come to Mid-Missouri Wednesday

You might see our first round of winter weather come in mid-week. Jefferson City Street Director Britt Smith remembers a major snow storm that blew in ten years ago almost to the day … Smith asks you to move your car off the main ‘snow routes’. While it isn’t the …

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Hunters find human bones near Eldon

Hunters in Miller County made a grisly discovery in the woods recently…human remains. The bones were found north of Eldon along Highway 87. They have been taken to Columbia for examination. Beyond that, a Miller County sheriff’s department spokesman says the department has little to go on. There was no …

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Bad stretch of 54 may get a little safer

You might be one of those many Mid-Missouri drivers who’s had a close call or even an accident on Highway – 54. The Highway Patrol’s Sergeant Scott White says the road has seen its share of fatal crashes .. like last summer just north of the Missouri River bridge .. …

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Hey Santa! .. I want my very own bridge!

Just in time for that hard to buy for person on your Christmas list…MoDOT wants to give you a bridge. The old Route J Bridge across the Little Niangua river near Macks Creek is available for nothing. MoDOT is looking for someone or some organization to take the bridge once …

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