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Civil suit settled in DeBrodie case

A federal judge yesterday (wed) officially signed a settlement to a civil suit filed by the mother of Carl DeBrodie. DeBrodie is the Fulton man with special needs found encased in concrete in a storage unit last year. He’d been dead for months, even though several people said they had …

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President George HW Bush remembered during DC service

(A-P) — The nation bade farewell to the man who was America’s 41st president and the last to fight for the U.S. in wartime. Three former presidents looked on at Washington National Cathedral as a fourth — George W. Bush — eulogized his dad. “To us,” the son said of …

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KWOS and the Commerce Bank One-on-One Holiday Food Drive

The 104.5 Newsradio KWOS Commerce Bank One-For-One Holiday Food Drive to benefit The Food Bank of Central and Northeast Missouri is coming up on December 12th! From 6:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. we’ll be on both sides of Missouri Boulevard in front on Westlake Ace Hardware and Orscheln Farm and Home in Jefferson City …

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Shots fired in Westview Heights

Someone shoots up a Jefferson City-area apartment. ABC 17 reports it happened yesterday (tue) evening on Collier Lane a little west of the capital city. Deputies say three bullets went into a second-story apartment. People were inside, but no one was hurt. No info on suspects yet.  

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Dixon schools lock down after a threat

Investigators in Dixon says they may have a couple ‘persons of interest’ in connection with a social media bomb threat this week. The Dixon schools got the threat Monday as part of an e-mail. Schools were searched but nothing was found. All of the district’s schools were evacuated.

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Charges in a Tuscumbia killing

A Tuscumbia man is accused of murder. 41 – year old Larry Matthews is charged in the Monday shooting death of 18 – year old Dalton Bishop. Bishop was found shot to death at a Highway – 52 home.  

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3 – men charged in JCMO armed robbery

Three men face armed robbery charges after a weekend hold up in the Capital City. 18 – year old Cortez Burton, 27 – year old Andrew Dixon and 20 – year old Jamel Sutton are accused of pulling a gun on the victim while he was walking along East Elm …

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A big donation for the Adrians Island bridge

The bridge from the State Capitol to Adrians Island is well on the way to reality. The Jefferson City Council okayed a plan last night to accept a $3 – million private donation to help build the walkway. The B-J DeLong family made the donation to the city. The bridge …

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