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Man burned in welding shop fire

A Mid-Missouri welding shop owner is burned in an explosion and fire at his business in Martinsburg. Firefighters were called out to Fennewald Custom Welding Tuesday afternoon. Neighbors say they could see flames coming from the building. The owner was taken to University Hospital with burns.

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Accused killer bonds out of jail

One suspect accused in the murder of a missing Columbia man has bonded out of jail. 41 – year old Christopher English is charged with murder in the shooting death of Aaron Brantley. His body was found last week near Brumley in Miller County. Two others are charged in the …

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Three People Try Eating Meth in Moniteau County

Three people are arrested following a car chase in Moniteau County. Deputies attempted to pull a vehicle over on Highway 50 near California Sunday and the vehicle ran, heading west and eventually stopping on Route E near Latham. Meth, meth paraphernalia, and a stolen leaf blower were found in the …

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Committee Formed to Study Hyperloop Technology

Missouri elected officials and business leaders are teaming up to study the possibility of connecting Kansas City and St. Louis with an ultra-high-speed Hyperloop system. Republican House Speaker Elijah Haahr announced the formation Today. He said he wants member to present findings by September. Some estimates claim the hyperloop technology …

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It WAS as neat as sliced bread!

(MissouriNet) — Legislation designating July 7th of each year as “Missouri Sliced Bread Day” has been given final approval by the Missouri House. The bill encourages Missourians to participate in events to commemorate the first sale of sliced bread, which happened in 1928 in northwest Missouri’s Chillicothe. State Representative Rusty …

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JCMO man arrested in Callaway church break in

A church burglary suspect is arrested in rural Callaway County. Deputies say they got a call about a suspicious person yesterday (mon) morning on Route E in Hatton. They learned a church nearby had been burglarized. Investigators found Valrey Johnson not far from there. They say the Jefferson City man …

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JCPS students will head to school a little later this fall

Jefferson City students will have to cope with some changes starting with the next school year. The Board of Education votes to move start times. All elementary school will start their day at 7:45. The city’s two middle schools will begin class at 8:50. And J-C High and the new …

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Three Charged for Murder of Columbia Man

Three central Missouri men are charged after the body of a Columbia man who disappeared last month was found. The Miller County Sheriff’s office says the body of 41-year-old Aaron Brantley was found near Brumley in Miller County. Brantley’s wife reported him missing February 9th. Christopher English of Eldon, William …

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