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John Marsh

Mid-Mo disaster volunteers head out to meet ‘Irma’

Another hurricane, another deployment for Boone County’s Task Force One. This time five members are on their way to help with Hurricane Irma. Two members of the team are in Puerto Rico, while the other three will deploy to Florida. The full task force is still awaiting word from FEMA …

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Man involved in Columbia murder gets probation

A Columbia man gets 5 years of probation for his role in a 2016 homicide. Jadarius Sanders pleaded guilty earlier this week to hindering prosecution in the shooting death of 17-year-old Marquez Reed on July 27th 2016. Sanders admitted in court he was driving a car that that Reed approached. …

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Governor Greitens thinks two lawmakers need to go

Governor Greitens says two lawmakers who recently posted controversial comments on social media both need to resign or be ousted  from their seats in the legislature. Democratic State Senator Maria Chapelle-Nadal on August 17th posted on Facebook that she hoped President Trump would be assassinated. Republican State Representative Warren Love …

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Will Whiteman AFB be on the chopping block?

The U.S. Air Force Secretary is non committal about the future of Whiteman Air Force base. Heather Wilson visited the base earlier this week to discuss the future of the base’s aircraft if the base was shut down due to budget problems. The base is home to the B-2 Stealth …

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German neighborhood’s future on hold

The Jefferson City council wants more time before moving ahead with plans for revitalization of Old Munichburg.  The Planning and Zoning Commission has approved the Southside plan.   The council will have to determine if all state regulations are being followed.  The plan for the historic south side district include …

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** Update ** JCMO man wanted by the law CAUGHT

A Jefferson City man wanted by authorities on charges he won’t follow a restraining order has been caught. Online records show Ryan Edwards is now in Boone County Jail. He’s been arrested for stalking and domestic violence before. Deputies say he keeps trying to contact a woman, even though he’s …

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Copper crooks are making a small fortune

The price of copper is going up, and so are copper thefts. Boone County  Sheriff’s detective Tom O’Sullivan says thefts usually occur in rural areas, abandoned homes and construction projects. In one recent incident, Two Mile Prairie school in Boone County sustained 6-thousand dollars in damage from burglars who stole …

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Callaway man faces kiddie porn charges

A Fulton man is in Callaway County jail on suspicion of possession of child pornography. Police found 50-year-old Benjamin Morrow outside a house in the 200 block of St. Louis Avenue Monday. Police say Morrow appeared to be downloading porn on a tablet with access to Wi-Fi. Officers found more …

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TF-1 heads home to Mid-Mo

With waters receding in Texas, Missouri Task Force One prepares to come home. The 47 member team has spent more than a week helping with rescue efforts the result of Hurricane Harvey. In a post on its Facebook page, Task Force One says it anticipates being demobilized this morning. The …

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Historic WW2 bomber in JCMO

The Jefferson City Memorial Airport will be the home for the next couple of days to one of just two airworthy B-29 World War Two bombers. The big silver bird made a landing before a group of interested on-lookers Monday afternoon. The B-29 and two other World War 2 era …

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