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John Marsh

A couple of drive-bys .. and one WASN’T in Columbia

The Boone County sheriff’s department says they’re looking for a Columbia teen with a long rap sheet for a drive-by shooting on Tuesday night. The department says 18-year-old Deaunte Shaw allegedly fired a pistol at a house on Gregory Drive Tuesday evening. The house sustained some damage. No one was …

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More agencies join investigation in DeBrodie case

Fulton police chief Steve Myers confirms that the FBI is among several agencies working on the investigation into the death of Carl DeBrodie. The Department of Health and Human Services, the Missouri Attorney General’s office and the Missouri State Highway patrol are all on the case. DeBrodie was last seen …

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More layoffs and tuition hikes for Ol’ Mizzou

The interim chancellor of Mizzou tells a forum on the Columbia campus she expects about 400 positions to be eliminated before next school year. Garnett Stokes on Tuesday said most of the cuts would come through attrition, but between 80 and 100 layoffs would occur. A spokesman for the university …

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Hats off to the Zonta Women of Achievement!

Former Jefferson Citian Laura Farris – Schuffman of Los Angeles is honored with the Jefferson City Zonta Club’s Celebration Award today. Lewis and Clark Middle School Principal Dr. Sherri Elliot-Thomas and DHSS staffer Treaka Young both were honored as the group’s 2017 Women of Achievement. KWOS and Zimmer Radio and …

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No stormwater tax vote on your summer JCMO ballot

There will be no vote this summer on a storm water fee for Jefferson City. The city council Monday night voted 5-4 against a bill that would have set an August vote on a new fee that would have boosted the city’s storm water budget from 360-thousand dollars a year …

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JCMO man faces Federal prison time

A Jefferson City man could face up to 10-years in federal prison for his role in the shooting death of a man on Elizabeth Street in 2015. Paris Mark Alexander Henderson pleaded guilty yesterday in federal court to being a felon in possession of a firearm. Henderson used that firearm …

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Man killed by CoMo cops may have had mental health issues

A man is dead after an apparent shootout with Columbia police. The Highway Patrol says 41-year-old Clarence Coats was firing his gun Saturday evening on Oak Street in the middle of town when police were called. He then shot at the cops when they got there. Investigators say Coats then …

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Fugitive finally caught

The first hearing is today for a woman accused in a Columbia kidnapping and murder case. Mackenzie Quiovers has been on the run since March. She’s one of two women accused of taking three children from a home on Spiros Drive. Her car would crash on I-70, and a 13-year-old …

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