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John Marsh

What’s in the bag .. lady?

Gate keepers at Faurot Field want to know what’s in your bag. So, starting with tomorrow’s game with Missouri State, anything you carry into the stadium will have to be carried in a clear bag. It’s an S.E.C. conference rule. Only i.d.’s and credit cards can be transported in non …

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Texas flooding kills former Lake Area family

A former Camdenton man is the only survivor after a wall of water swept his van off a road in the Houston area…killing six family members. Sammy Saldivar had just moved to Texas from Camdenton last month. Four of Sammy’s children and the children’s great grand parents died soon after …

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President Trump swings through Springfield

President Trump made his first appearance in Missouri since his election yesterday. He announced his plans for reforming the nation’s tax code during an appearance at a manufacturing plant in Springfield. His appearance drew large but calm crowds of protestors. The public was not allowed inside the Loren Cook Company …

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Here’s a good place to donate to Hurricane Harvey victims

The folks in Texas need your cash more than a shipment of water bottles or blankets. The United Way of Central Missouri’s Ann Bax says their counterpart in Houston can sure use your donation … You can donate at ‘Unitedwayhouston.org.’  Bax adds that the Red Cross website is also a …

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Charges filed in JCMO bank arson

A woman who set several fires inside a Jefferson City Bank in July was formally charged in Cole County court Wednesday. Amanda Glass set four small fires and destroyed office equipment inside Providence Bank at Christie and Ellis after an early morning break-in. Police found her outside the bank screaming …

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Quick shop burglars busted

On Wednesday, August 30, 2017, Cole County Deputies responded to two separate burglaries in Cole County. The locations were Rainbow Market, 4404 Rainbow Drive, Jefferson City,at 2:11 am. and Pass N Gas, 13108 Hwy Route C, Russellville at 4:58 am. Both burglaries consisted of individuals forcing entry into the business …

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STILL no arrests in the disabled Fulton man death case?

It’s been more than four months now since the death of Fulton resident Carl DeBrodie…and still no arrests in the case. Fulton police chief Steve Meyers says investigators are going over more than 25-thousand documents in the case. He says federal state and local investigators are working together on the …

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Black Mold in the projects?

The Jefferson City Housing Authority is being sued by a resident. Jacqueline Stewart says her son suffered breathing problems from black mold in her family’s Elizabeth Street Apartment. Stewart says her son’s condition developed in 2013, and the housing authority refused to let the family move. In the suit, Stewart …

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