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Author Archives: Warren Krech

  1. ammonia spill blocks i-70

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    A stretch of Interstate 70 near Warrenton was shut down for a few hours Sunday afternoon. Traffic was rerouted and businesses were closed after two 1-thousand gallon tanks of anhydrous ammonia fell off a truck Sunday afternoon. The tanks were found to be leaking the chemical which can burn the eyes, nose and throat. Hazardous materials crews shut off the tanks…and the highway was reopened to traffic after several hours.

  2. ‘phantom gropers’ hit m-u campus

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    University of Missouri police are looking for at least six suspects in a couple of assaults on the Columbia campus Friday night and early Saturday morning. Police received reports of two separate incidents where women walking on campus were attacked by groups of men who groped and tried to kiss them. In both cases. The men ran away when they spotted police cars. MU Police Captain Brian Weimer says police are working with the victims and reviewing surveillance video to identify suspects.

  3. Historian Gary Kremer On KWOS Open Air

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    Here’s our latest conversation with Dr. Gary Kremer of the State Historical Society Of Missouri on KWOS Open Air:

     
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  4. Senator Kehoe On Open Air

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    Here’s our latest conversation with State Senator Mike Kehoe (R-Jefferson City) on KWOS Open Air:

     
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  5. man shot dead by columbia police had just left prison days before

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    Turns out the gunman shot to death by Columbia police Wednesday night had just gotten out of prison last Friday. Papers reviewed by ABC 17 news in Columbia show Mark Adair was released from prison after serving only a portion of a 30 year sentence for assaulting three Berry
    County Sheriff’s Deputies. Adair tried to rob a woman in a Columbia grocery store parking lot Wednesday evening…before fleeing to
    downtown Columbia…and later to the MU campus. Adair was tracked down inside the Hitt Street parking garage on the MU campus…and
    died about 11 pm in a shoot-out with Columbia police. The Missouri Highway Patrol is investigating the officer-involved shooting.

  6. stop the presses! ameren wants to cut your gas bill!

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    Well…you don’t hear this very often…a utility is asking the public service commission of permission to lower rates. Ameren Missouri says
    low natural gas prices means that the utility needs to lower gas rates. The filing says rates could drop by as much as 18 percent come may
    first.

  7. YOU MAY HIT SOME MISSOURI BLVD. TRAFFIC

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    Watch out for some Capital City roadwork. Missouri American Water is working on Missouri Blvd. near the intersection of West Main.

    That part of Missouri Blvd. will be closed through Monday at 6:00 a.m., but West Main St. will stay open.

  8. Representative Barnes On Open Air

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    Here’s our latest conversation with State Representative Jay Barnes (R-Jefferson City) on KWOS Open Air:

     
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  9. new football coach for blair oaks

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    Retired Air Force officer and Jays assistant coach Terry Walker takes over the reins at Blair Oaks. Walker recently retired as a fighter pilot. He played for the Jays before attending the Air Force Academy.

  10. fulton school officials hear from mad parents

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    Concerned parents and school district residents in Fulton pack a classroom in the elementary school. The group protesting the controversial “claim it” game played in gym classes just before spring break. The game asked students sensitive, personal information. Parent Amanda Murdie says she’s done with the district.

    Superintendent Jacque Cowherd repeatedly apologized to district patrons.