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Man killed by CoMo cops may have had mental health issues

A man is dead after an apparent shootout with Columbia police. The Highway Patrol says 41-year-old Clarence Coats was firing his gun Saturday evening on Oak Street in the middle of town when police were called. He then shot at the cops when they got there. Investigators say Coats then …

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Fugitive finally caught

The first hearing is today for a woman accused in a Columbia kidnapping and murder case. Mackenzie Quiovers has been on the run since March. She’s one of two women accused of taking three children from a home on Spiros Drive. Her car would crash on I-70, and a 13-year-old …

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Woman accused in baby death dodges murder conviction

Emily Usnick is headed to prison on a manslaughter charge, but avoided a murder conviction Friday. The Miller County woman was on trial last week, accused of second degree murder in the 2009 death of her newborn baby. The newborn was found wrapped in a trash bag inside a container …

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I put a little ‘extra’ on your pizza .. Officer

Police in Hermann are now looking for a man who admitted he spit on a pizza he was preparing for the Hermann police chief. The incident in which the employee of the Casey’s Store also threw the ingredients for the pizza on the ground before putting pizza into the oven, …

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Fulton detectives check new leads in DeBrodie case

Fulton police are requesting more search warrants in their investigation into the Carl DeBrodie murder. Police are waiting on the county prosecutor to look over the list of new warrants the department wants to issue. Police investigators want to search some records and electronic devices. DeBrodie’s body was found last …

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Real I-D coming to a wallet new you

Just under a federal deadline, the Missouri General Assembly has agreed that the state should provide drivers licenses and state i.d.’s that comply with the federal Real I.D. Act. The bill given final passage yesterday gives Missouri citizens the option of obtaining a federally compliant license. The government says Missouri’s …

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Fulton kid uses pocket knife on classmates

A 12-year-old Fulton Middle School student is facing assault charges after cutting two fellow classmates with a small pocket knife. Fulton police were called to the school Wednesday morning where they took the boy into custody. The two victims, an 11 and a 12 year old, were treated for cuts …

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JCMO Man accused of raping teen now charged

The Jefferson City man accused of raping his girlfriend’s daughter was indicted by the Cole County grand jury Wednesday. 40-year-old Shawndell Miller faces a long list of charges including rape, kidnapping and assault. Miller allegedly attacked the 17-year-old at the home he shared with the teenager and her mother.

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Who turned out the lights?

The lights are back on in southern Callaway County. A blown fuse at Central Electric in Jefferson City turned out the lights for about 15- hundred customers of Callaway Electric Cooperative…mostly in the Holts Summit area and south. Most customers had their power restored by 10 last night.

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