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9,000 Feral Hogs Killed in Missouri Last Year

Conservation says more than 9,000 feral hogs were killed throughout the state last year. On Friday, the department reported that along with partner agencies and private landowners, it killed roughly 9,300 hogs in 2018. More than 6,500 were killed in 2017. Conservation says they are a menace in part of …

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VFW holds VA claim event

The state VFW wants to be sure all veterans are receiving all the benefits they are due. That’s why on Friday and Saturday, February 1-2, at the Capitol Plaza in Jefferson City, the VFW will be assisting veterans who have filed claims previously, never filed a claim, or maybe not …

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Tales of the Governor’s Mansion

We’re coming up on the 150th anniversary of the completion of the Missouri Governor’s Mansion. Friends of the Mansion executive director Rebecca Gordon tells some famous stories about the home of Missouri’s governors, and some famous visitors. Listen to her interview below.  

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The Evergreen Condos fire…the complete story

Lieutenant Scott Pasley from the Holts Summit Fire Departent joined John and Dick Thursday to look back on the disastrous fire that forced some 40 people from their homes earlier in the week. Listen to the complete story from someone who was there. Lt. Pasley’s interview is posted below.

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Gov. Parson calls in to Open Air

Where was Governor Mike Parson talking about his State of the State speech Thursday morning? KWOS Open Air with John Marsh and Dick Aldrich. The Governor called in to talk with us about his plans for state worker pay raises, bonding for bridge and road projects and his plans for …

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Governor Parson Gives His State of the State Address

Governor Parson called for lawmakers to be focused and disciplined in 2019, during Wednesday’s State of the State address. Parson’s proposed budget includes 75-million dollars for workforce development programs. It also calls for borrowing 351-million dollars through a bond program to fix up roads and bridges. Listen to the entire …

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Council members talk about term limits

The Jefferson City city council spent part of Monday night talking about whether or not to put an issue on the April ballot that would change the city’s current term limit provisions. Councilmen Rick Mihalevich and Laura Ward joined John and Dick for a discussion on the pros and cons. …

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