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Woman hurt in JCMO crash

Jefferson City Police think drunk driving and excessive speed played a role in an early Tuesday car crash. 27 – year old Amber Randolph was injured when she was thrown from a pickup that ran off the road near the intersection of West McCarty and Jefferson. She had to be …

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House Rejects Internal Rules Vote to Protect LGBT Employees

Missouri House members have voted against protecting staff from being fired for being lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender. House members in a Tuesday voice vote rejected the proposal change to House internal rules. Kansas City Democratic Rep. Greg Razer is gay and pushed for the change. He says that people …

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Givens Pleads Not Guilty

A not guilty plea is entered for the woman accused of killing a 4 Jefferson City child. 26 year old Quatavia Givens entered the plea Tuesday in a Cole County Courtroom. She faces a charge of felony abuse or neglect of a child after telling investigators 4 year old Darnell …

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Another Mid-Missouri fire .. this one in Fulton

Fire at a Fulton home. Heavy smoke started coming out the roof of the home on West Oliver Street yesterday (mon) evening. Crews found flames in the attic, and got the fire under control in about a half hour. No one was hurt. The fire caused about 60-thousand dollars in …

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JCMO Mayor Tergin has a challenger

Jefferson City Mayor Carrie Tergin has an opponent in her re-election bid. Business owner Tiwan Lewis filed for the race. The seat is on the April 2nd ballot. Tergin was elected in 2015. She defeated five other candidates.  

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Mid-Missouri’s snow breaks records in many places

Mid-Missouri is still recovering from record-setting snow. About 17 inches fell at Columbia Regional Airport from Friday afternoon through yesterday (sun). That’s the third-highest total ever. Sanborn Field on the Mizzou campus recorded more than 20 inches, which is the highest total in the area according to the National Weather …

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