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Eye of the Tiger .. at the Lake?

Remember years ago when the ‘submarine’ prowled the waters of the Lake of the Ozarks? That story turned out to be a radio station prank. Now supposedly a tiger is on the loose at the Lake. The story is the full grown Bengal tiger was spotted eating wildlife and pets. …

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Powering down the Callaway Nuclear Plant

The Callaway nuclear Plant is refueling. About a third of the fuel rods are being replaced. The refueling at the plant happens about every year and a half. Crews also use the down time for planned maintenance at the plant at Reform. The Callaway Plant generates about one – quarter …

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Not everyone pays the same price for their prescriptions

Why are some of your prescriptions so darn expensive? Dr. Craig Luetkemeyer says it leaves too many patients unable to get the meds they need … He cites an effective diabetes drug … Luetkemeyer says that popular diabetes drug is about $25 – for those with insurance. But other patients …

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Two arrested for child endagerment

Two people from Miller County are charged with drug possession and child endangerment. Shainiya Birdtail and Ronald Bowlin were picked up in Brumley. They were arrested after a tip on a child who was in danger in the home. Both are in the Miller County Jail.

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Accused JCMO killer gets trial date

The Jefferson City man accused of brutally killing his former girlfriend and another man will stand trial in 20-19. Brandon Rapier is charged in the stabbing deaths of  Ciera Kolb and Micah Hall at a Grant Street home in November of 20-16. Rapier was later found hiding in a city …

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Cops and more cops at Luke Bryan concert

No major trouble at Saturday’s Luke Bryan concert at a farm near Centralia. More law enforcement was in and around the Stowers Farm than last year, but the sheriff only reports two arrests. Governor Greitens took in the show too. Law enforcement made some changes to its security plan after …

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Meth lab busted right across the street from Lake area school

A drug investigation conducted by the Lake Ozark Police Department and the Mid-Missouri Drug Task Force on Wednesday uncovered a meth lab across the street from a school. Police Chief Gary Launderville tells our news partner .. ABC – 17 .. a search warrant was served at a home in the 1300 …

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Suspect accused of stealing from dead woman

A Jefferson City woman is accused of stealing from a dead woman. Erica Fletcher admitted to investigators that she went into the Case Street home of the dead woman, Stacie Bosche, and took items including a checkbook. Officers were tipped off when Fletcher allegedly used a stolen check at Family …

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No State Senate run for Jay Barnes

(Missourinet)- Longtime State Rep. Jay Barnes, R-Jefferson City, has announced that he will not run for the Missouri Senate in 2018 to replace term-limited Senate Majority Leader Mike Kehoe, R-Jefferson City. Barnes is serving his fourth and final House term. He was first elected in 2010 and is term-limited in …

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Top Greitens staffer steps down

(MissouriNet) – Missouri Governor Eric Greitens’ deputy chief of staff is leaving to become the new vice president at the Association of Missouri Electric Cooperatives. Former State Representative Caleb Jones served three terms in the Missouri House, representing parts of Boone, Cole, Cooper and Moniteau counties. Jones served as Governor …

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