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Homeowner hurt is JCMO house fire

One person is injured in a garage fire in Jefferson City last night. Flames were showing from the garage at a home at the corner of Carol and Rosevalley Drive when firefighters arrived shortly after 7-30. The fire heavily damaged the garage and caused smoke and heat damage inside the …

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Mysterious case of missing woman at the “Lake”

An endangered person advisory has been issued for a Camden County woman who hasn’t been seen since Sunday night. Lesley Rogers went to meet her ex-husband Phillip Rogers to discuss child custody issues. Her vehicle was found Monday morning in Camelot Estates in Camdenton. Rogers is 40-years old, five foot …

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USS Missouri gets some historic dinnerware back onboard

First it was the ship’s bell .. now some of the silver service is back onboard the USS Missouri battleship. Cole County Commissioner Sam Bushman, KWOS Saturday Open Air’s Hal Dulle and a National Guard official escorted the heirlooms back to Pearl Harbor … Dulle says the ship’s silver dinnerware …

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JC Council votes to let nursing home expand

Despite the objections of the city councilman who represents the area…the Jefferson City council gives the go ahead to the expansion of a nursing home. The owners of Jefferson City Manor Care have bought two adjacent lots to their property on Vieth Drive…and want to expand the nursing facility by …

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Investigators name man accused of attacking his daughter at the Mall

The Cole County man accused of hitting and kicking his 4-year-old daughter at Capital Mall over the weekend is well known to Jefferson City police. Bruce Cannady Junior has four previous felony convictions, including theft, stealing and imitation drug trafficking. Cannady is charged with felony domestic assault and felony child …

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JCMO lawmaker right at the center of abortion regs bill

Your state lawmakers hit the ground running with the special session abortion issue this week. The Senate addressed the call for more regulation for the abortion industry last week. Jefferson City Rep. Jay Barnes held a hearing on the House version of the bill … Barnes would like to see …

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Man attacks little girl

A 23-year-old man is charged with child abuse…after he punched and kicked his four year old daughter in front of witnesses at Capital mall on Saturday. Police were called to the mall after the man fled with the little girl. He was identified through surveillance camera video and arrested at …

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Strong storms do some damage

Another round of summer storms passed through the area over the weekend, knocking down trees and knocking out power. A Fulton man found his fishing boat under a tree at his home on Sunday morning. High winds from a late Saturday night thunderstorm knocked down several trees in the neighborhood. …

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Even a Taser didn’t stop this guy

Centralia police arrest a man after grappled with officers at a church. Jonathan Griffin refused to leave the First Baptist Church on Collier Street. Police arrived about 3-40 Saturday afternoon and found Griffin armed with a baseball bat and a hammer. After a brief struggle, officers tazered and pepper sprayed …

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NASA to broadcast eclipse from JC

Jefferson City is the place to be for the upcoming solar eclipse, and NASA would agree. From our news partner ABC17 KMIZ, NASA announced they will be live broadcasting the solar eclipse live from the City of Jefferson, and they will be bringing along some goodies, including their travelling exhibit …

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