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  1. Congressman Luetkemeyer On Open Air

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    Missouri Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer talks about the EPA, The Constitution, and Vladimir Putin in his latest interview with Warren and John on KWOS Open Air. Here’s the link:

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    You hear about the uphill battle they have at the State House every year with synthetic marijuana. They outlaw it .. only to have the manufacturers change the chemical content making it ‘legal’ again.

    Cole County Sheriff’s Captain John Wheeler says a Jefferson City man admitted to being high on the fake pot when he attacked a woman in Moniteau County last week.

  3. a MISSING JEFFERSON CITY TODDLER is safe and sound

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    A missing Jefferson City boy is okay .. after being found in Georgia.

    An Endangered Person Advisory was issued for a 2 – year old Jefferson City child.
    23-month-old Jack Randolph went missing from a home in The 11-hundred block of West Main yesterday.

    The child was thought to be with his father, 36-year-old Kerry Randolph. Police say Randolph texted the child’s mother and asked if he and a friend could take the child to Atlanta, Georgia. Kerry Randolph may have been under the influence of alcohol and has mental issues.

  4. Civil suit filed in columbia firefighter death

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    The family of the Columbia firefighter who died at University Village Apartments is now suing the school.

    The wife and daughter of Lieutenant Bruce Britt accuse MU in the lawsuit of knowing the complex was dangerous, and not fixing the problems. Lieutenant Britt would die from his injuries while trying to help residents during a walkway collapse in February.

    Bruce Britt’s wife, Leigh, and daughter, Stormy, are listed as plaintiffs in the suit filed this week in Boone County Circuit Court. The school has announced it will close University Village Apartments in June, and tear it down.

  5. two suv’s crash and send several victims to the hospital

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    Seven people are hurt after an SUV runs a red light here last night in Jefferson City.

    Three children were in the back seat of one SUV when another car did not stop at the Cherry Street and East McCarty Street intersection. The car that was hit overturned.

    Passengers of both of the cars went to the hospital.

  6. tornado confirmed by troopers in osage county

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    The Highway Patrol confirms a funnel cloud was spotted on the ground near Rich Fountain in Osage County around 6-pm. Damage reports are sketchy but storms packing winds over 60 miles an hour and hail as big as half dollars came thru Central Missouri. The storms prompted numerous tornado warnings, including alerts for parts of Cole, Osage and Miller counties. The early morning storms forced a water rescue of a driver on flooded West Edgewood and left flooded intersections and ballparks across Jefferson City, even in areas that don’t usually flood.
    This round of severe weather is moving out of the area to the east.

  7. Representative Jay Barnes On Open Air

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    State Representative Jay Barnes (R-Jefferson City) talks about his goals for the remainder of this Legislative session. Here’s our conversation on KWOS Open Air:

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  8. 4th Ward Incumbent Carrie Tergin On Open Air

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    Jefferson City 4th Ward Councilwoman Carrie Tergin talks about her re-election bid on KWOS Open Air. She faces challenger Glen Costales on Tuesday, April 8th:

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  9. jcmo emergency building will be renovated

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    Cole County’s Emergency Services building is in for a million dollar facelift. Cole County Commissioners vote to renovate part of the old N-H Scheppers beer distributorship where several emergency crews are based. The work will move the ambulance service to the front of the building.
    Cole County’s HazMat emergency response team is also based at the site on Southridge.

  10. everyone is okay after a jefferson city fire

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    Everyone is okay after early morning apartment fire yesterday morning.
    Fire crews were called to the fire at a two story apartment at 505 Ellis Boulevard.
    No one was home at the time of the fire.

    The fire damaged the lower level apartment. Renters in other apartments were evacuated briefly, but no one was injured.