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Governor Mike Parson LIVE on KWOS Tuesday

Join News Radio – KWOS as we host new Missouri Governor Mike Parson in studio on KWOS Open Air. Our new Governor has hit the ground running and is anxious to share his vision for the future on Missouri. Governor Mike Parson LIVE in studio tomorrow morning at 8 .. …

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Is this hot weather about to break?

The National Weather Service still has a heat advisory from now through this evening. ABC 17 Stormtrack Meteorologist Aaron Morrison says an upper-level ridge has built into the region, and southerly winds arrived from the Gulf of Mexico. Highs are expected to drop back down to the 80’s by mid …

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Fulton man accused in break – in and attack

A Fulton man is accused of breaking into a home and attacking a woman. 32 – year old Isaac Butler is charged with getting the home on 8th Street Sunday morning. The victim’s injuries weren’t serious. Butler could face both assault and burglary charges.

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Players in Debrodie death case back in court

Busy day in Callaway Court for defendants in the Carl DeBrodie criminal case. Sherry Paulo and Anthony R. Flores pleaded not guilty this week to felony charges in DeBrodie’s death this week. They have a bond hearing this (fri) morning. Anthony R.K. Flores and Shaina Osborne, who are facing misdemeanors, …

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Smooth sailing on Madison again

Madison Street is back open today. The street had been closed since Thursday of last week when the wall of the building at High and Madison partially collapsed. The owner has private security watching the building while it remains vacant. Still no word on whether the building that dates to …

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Special honors for a special lady .. J-C’s Lorraine Adkins

She truly was ‘Red and Black’ through and through. A New memorial to Lorraine Adkins stands at J-C High. The Jefferson City veterans activist and wife of Jays legendary football coach Pete Adkins is honored at the stadium named for her husband. Adkins was the force behind the Wreaths for …

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The ‘old’ St. Mary’s will be torn down

It’s official. The old St. Mary’s Hospital is coming down. Jefferson City’s Historic Preservation Committee signs off on the developer’s plan to tear down the old 100 – year old part of the complex. Developers say, due to the bad condition of the original building, it was the way to …

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JCPD arrest man after he runs

Yesterday afternoon at approximately 2 PM, Jefferson City PD Officers attempted to contact a male subject in the 400 block of Ellis for a warrant investigation. Officers approached the male near the bus stop and when the subject began walking away, they ordered him to stop. The male then began …

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Planned Parenthood abortions on hold

(MissouriNet) — Planned Parenthood clinics Columbia and Springfield will not be able to offer medication abortions because of a court decision Monday. A federal judge in Kansas City determined Planned Parenthood failed to prove enough women would lose the ability to terminate pregnancies under recent state regulations. The court decision …

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