John Marsh

Man facing charges after kidnapping and sexual assault

Charges were filed yesterday (wed) against a man accused of kidnapping and sexually assaulting a woman in Jefferson City. Authorities say David Lee picked up a woman on the library on Tuesday afternoon. Lee allegedly said he would give the victim a ride home, but he took her to a …

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Stolen cars pulled out of Missouri River

KMIZ– Missouri State Highway Patrol had to pull out multiple cars out of the Missouri River. Troopers pulled out a car Wednesday afternoon that was reported stolen in 2019. Troopers say they got a call that a car was partially submerged on the boat ramp near the Missouri River Bridge …

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Motorcycle rider injured in Cole accident

A motorcyclist from Stockton is at University Hospital after a Cole County Crash. Troopers say 59 – year old Steven Shaw turned in front of a truck on Highway 54 south of Jefferson City yesterday. The pickup then hit his bike. Shaw has serious injuries.

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Man hurt in Fulton fire dies

The Fulton man who was seriously injured after a fire this week has died. Police said yesterday (wed) James Morrison passed away at the hospital. He was 68. Fire crews pulled him out of a burning duplex on Green Street early Monday. Investigators are still not sure what caused the …

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Lots of candidates on JCMO spring city ballot

Jefferson City’s April municipal election looks to be a busy one. Several council seats and the Municipal Judge job are up for grabs. Dave Kemna is running unopposed in Ward 1. Laura Ward faces a challenge from former councilman Edie Vogel in Ward Two. Mary Schantz and Scott Spencer are …

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COVID – 19 cases

Callaway County reported its 34th COVID-19 death yesterday (tue). Active cases went down there. Cole County had 36 new positives.Boone County reports two more COVID-19 deaths. Health officials said yesterday (tue) both patients were older than 75. That’s now 67 total deaths from the illness. Boone reported 114 new coronavirus …

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Arming the ‘Sergeant at Arms’

The Missouri House is considering legislation to appoint House and Senate Marshals, to help provide physical security and perform other duties at the State Capitol. The Missouri House Crime Prevention Committee will hold a hearing next Monday on legislation from Joplin GOP State Representative Lane Roberts, a former state Department …

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