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John Marsh

Capitol Avenue homeowners put on notice

Your letter may be in the mail. The owners of the first dozen or so rundown homes on the city’s short list could see an offer to buy those properties by next month. Jefferson City Councilman Rick Prather says, while he knows many of those owners aren’t happy, something has …

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A Fulton family really needs your help

Friends of a Fulton family that lost everything in a weekend fire are spearheading a fund raiser to help out. Monica Ganoe and her two young children lost everything in the early Sunday morning fire. Ganoe is unable to work due to a medical condition and is dependent on a …

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Throwdown in a Missouri House committee hearing

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri Republican legislator has come under strong criticism for cutting the microphone to silence the head of the state’s NAACP chapter, who was speaking out at a public hearing against a bill that would restrict discrimination lawsuits. A video by liberal advocacy group Progress …

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Child molester charged

A Cole County man is charged with child molestation. Jackie Charles Mayfield originally denied accusations that he molested two children he was babysitting. Mayfield then recanted his story and admitted he did molest one of the children on two separate occasions last summer.

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News Radio 950 KWOS is moving!


No,  we’ll still be in our Zimmer Radio Jefferson City headquarters. But KWOS is moving on the FM dial. Starting Monday afternoon, KWOS will move to 104.5 FM. Same great radio, same interesting Mid-Missouri movers and shakers and the Top Talkers like Rush and Sean Hannity. News Radio 950 – …

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Missing Mid-Mo girl okay .. thanks to faithful dog

A happy ending to the disappearance of a Moniteau County teenager. A searcher in the area of Fish Farm Road in the southwestern part of the county found 14-year Anabel Schroer in a creek bed not far from her home. Schroer had disappeared from her home about 9-30 Sunday night …

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JC schools may shuffle kids around to get rid of trailer classrooms

Jefferson City school board members give the okay to a plan to alleviate overcrowding at East Elementary. Last night, Superintendent Dr. Larry Linthacum outlined details of redistricting that will redistribute students between East, Moreau Heights and Thorpe Gordon schools. The movement may allow East Elementary to eliminate trailers used as …

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Will Chestnut stay open on Lincoln campus?

The neighbors didn’t think much of the idea .. but Lincoln University would still like to cut off car traffic on Chestnut Street … Lincoln University Police Chief Gary Hill agrees with the idea of closing off Chestnut through the campus. Jefferson City Councilman voted against the plan after complaints …

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Wreck north of Mo River bridge- 2 hurt

Two people were hurt…one seriously…in a wreck at highway 94 east and Highway 54 Sunday morning. Jefferson City police say Korterri Williams of Jefferson City lost control of her S-U-V and it slid sideways on the exit ramp. It ran into a ravine and overturned. Two passengers in the vehicle …

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