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Kitchen fire smokes up JCMO apartment building

A kitchen fire leaves one Jefferson City renter without a place to stay. Firefighters found smoke coming from a three story apartment building around 11:30 Thursday morning. They put out the kitchen fire quickly. No one was hurt.    

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No charges will be filed against Fulton man who killed intruder

The man accused of killing Thomas Payne last November in Fulton will not be charged in the shooting. Prosecutor Christopher Wilson announced his decision yesterday (thur). Police found Payne with a gunshot wound in a home on Jefferson Street on November 30th. Detectives say the person who lived in the …

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Latest weather information for Friday

(KMIZ) — Moderate to heavy snow will continue into sunrise, especially along and north of I-70. Roads are already snow-packed and will continue to be treacherous through the morning commute. Jefferson City has had about 3 – additional inches of snow so far. Dry air from downslope winds off the …

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More challenges to voter photo i-d law

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) – Missouri lawmakers are trying to adopt stricter photo identification requirements for voting just days after the state Supreme Court struck down key portions of another voter ID law as unconstitutional. Republican lawmakers now want to give voters two options: Show a photo ID to vote, …

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One Missouri Senator won’t back PDMP

One of your state senators is a ‘big fat NO’ to a prescription drug monitoring program for Missouri. Bob Onder is also a medical doctor from St. Charles … Onder’s wife had trouble getting pain medications while recovering from hip surgery. The PDMP would allow the tracking of all medications …

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Wake up to another round of winter!

(KMIZ) — A weak area of warm air advection continues to drop snow across mid-Missouri Wednesday night. Snow is expected to slow down by sunrise Thursday evening, dropping 1-2″ of snow areawide. Most snow will stick to grassy/elevated surfaces. Main highways and side streets and snow covered and slick. A …

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Eyesore at High and Madison will be torn down

The price for tearing down a collapsing Jefferson City building won’t come cheap. The Council okays spending as much as $300,000 to bring down the building at High and Madison after the corner structure partly collapsed in the summer of 2018. The buildings’ owners have been fighting in court ever …

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The winter that won’t go away

(MissouriNet) — Here we go again .. look for a wintry mix of freezing rain, sleet, rain —along with snow throughout the day and into Friday. This is a slow-moving front with a variety of precipitation over the next three days . The transition from rain to ice may happen …

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Wal Mart shooter ends up in court

No bond granted for the guy accused of shooting up a Columbia Walmart. Jamie Jackson officially heard his four felony charges in court yesterday (tue). Police say he got in an argument with an employee at the Walmart on West Broadway late Friday. He shot several times from the front …

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Drag Queen story hour??

No, you probably won’t see ‘drag queens’ reading stories to kids at Jefferson City’s library. But Missouri River Regional Library Director Claudia Cook says librarians are upset by a bill filed by Neosho State Rep. Ben Baker … Baker’s bill would hold libraries criminally responsible for letting kids have access …

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