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Masked rapist attacks JCMO teen

Jefferson City police have a 40-year-old man in custody, charged with sexually assaulting a 17-year-old girl. Police say the attack occurred at a home in the 600-block of Belmont Street. The teenager says a masked man threatened her with a gun. Shawndell Miller is charged with rape, sodomy, felonious restraint …

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BIG repairs needed to re-open 50 in Gasconade County

Highway 50 in Gasconade County is back open to traffic. MoDOT repair crews spent the day Thursday repairing a 60 foot long stretch of the Highway near Drake. The road was washed away by the weekend’s flooding. Crews brought in 20 truck loads of rock and six inches of asphalt …

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How high’s the water Momma?

Public Works administrators and local emergency operations officials are keeping their eyes on local rivers and streams again this morning…as mid Missouri deals with another 24 hours or so of heavy rain. Anywhere from an inch and a half to more than three inches of rain has fallen south of …

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Some kids have a longer bus ride, thanks to the high water

Blair Oaks School superintendent Jim Jones says a couple of bus routes will be altered due to the overnight rain. He says those changes have already been explained to parents of school children. Flooding is not expected to change any bus routes of the Jefferson City Public schools. If you’re …

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Is Columbia Planned Parenthood getting back in the abortion business?

Columbia’s Planned Parenthood center could soon be providing abortions again. That word comes after a federal judge Tuesday ruled that the state’s abortion restrictions are too restrictive. Planned Parenthood President Laura McQuade calls the federal court ruling thrilling. State attorney general Josh Hawley says he will appeal the decision.

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Maybe they should call it the ‘MSP Park’

It looks like Jefferson City is getting a piece of the old state penitentiary. The Missouri House gave final passage to a bill Tuesday that turns over 32 acres of the old state pen to the city. Mayor Carrie Tergin says the land could be used for a convention center, …

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Flooding issues are only just beginning

Public works crews rush to repair flood damage, creeks and streams continue to rise, and mid Missouri south of Highway 50 prepares for another 2-to-5 inches of rain. MoDOT repair crews hope to get a look at the damage to Highway 50 at Mount Sterling this morning. More than a …

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Fulton disabled man remembered

Friends, family, caregivers and those who searched for Carl DeBrodie all joined in during a remembrance in memorial Park in Fulton last night. The body of the developmentally disabled man was found in a cement filled crate inside a Fulton storage unit one week ago Monday. Fulton police believe DeBrodie …

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