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Why were the sirens going off in Fulton?

Did you hear the storm sirens go off in Fulton last night? Callaway County Emergency Management decided to sound the alert after a couple storm spotters said they witnessed a funnel cloud on the north end of Fulton about 9 oh clock last night. The National Weather Service and meteorologist …

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A tornado hit Wardsville!

Saturday was clean up day in a neighborhood in Wardsville. The National Weather Service confirms a small tornado packing 100 mile per hour winds tore the roof off the house of Josh and Jill Antweiler early Friday evening. The family managed to reach shelter before the ceiling collapsed in their …

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Fulton man jailed after knife attack

A Callaway County man is in jail after he attacked two people with a knife over the weekend. Callaway County sheriff’s deputies arrested Mitchell Bryne Saturday night after a disturbance in a home at Portland. Bryne was taken to a hospital for injuries he sustained in the brawl. He was …

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Lawmakers return to the Capitol for the Special Session

They’ve only been gone a little more than a week…and already state legislators are making their way back to the State Capitol. The Special Session of the legislature gavels in this afternoon at 4. At issue is a bill that would help a steel mill locate in Portageville and restart …

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A couple truckers ‘throw down’ in a factory parking lot

A fight breaks out in the parking lot of an Audrain County business. One man goes to the hospital…another goes to jail. Witnesses say the two truck drivers were fighting over a parking spot at the Harbison Walker plant near Vandalia Thursday morning. One man from Texas suffered a stab …

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Skeeters could be a big problem this summer

Did all this rain fill up the buckets and flower pots sitting around in your yard? They make perfect breeding grounds for mosquitoes. Cole County Health Director Kristi Campbell says, while it’s not something you might catch here, Zika virus can still be a health risk … She does say …

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Lawmakers back to JCMO for ‘special session’ next week

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri lawmakers will be returning to work Monday for a special session. Gov. Eric Greitens announced on Thursday that he is calling lawmakers back to consider legislation that could make easier to reopen an aluminum smelter in southeast Missouri. The proposal would allow the state …

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Mid-Mo man accused of sexually assaulting little girl

The Gasconade County sheriff’s department arrests a rural Owensville man on rape charges. In a release, the Sheriff’s office says 36-year-old Justin Kahle (KAY-lee) molested his girlfriend’s daughter over a three year period beginning in 2006 when the girl was only three years old. Kahle is held on 100-thousand dollars …

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‘Jihadi Bob’ has a day in court

Mid Missouri’s own alleged jihadist is due in federal court in Kansas City today. 25-year-old Robert Hester Junior of Columbia is set to appear for a pretrial hearing on charges he tried to provide assistance to a terrorist group. Federal investigators say Hester helped undercover agents posing as members of …

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