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Man on death row in JCMO killings has heart issues

A death row inmate convicted in a Jefferson City double murder is hospitalized with heart trouble. 69 – year old David Hosier is set to be executed next month in the sub-machine gun killings of Angela and Rodney Gilpin at a Jefferson City apartment in 2009. It isn’t clear if …

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JCPD chief weighs in on growing homeless numbers

The homeless population in Jefferson City may not be at the level of Columbia, but the police chief says the numbers are growing fast … Chief Eric Wilde says they’ve assigned a ‘Community Resource Officer’ to work directly with the homeless. But he adds his officers will ticket or arrest …

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High speed chase ends near Linn

A police chase that started in Jefferson City leads to a man in a stolen car finally being caught near Linn. 53 – year old Jeffrey Benney was spotted on Highway 50 Wednesday night. He took off and officers say he swerved into oncoming traffic at speeds topping 120 – …

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(LISTEN): Missouri Senate Majority Leader Cindi O’Laughlin (R-Shelbina) discusses IP legislation on “Wake Up Mid-Missouri”

(LISTEN): Missouri Senate Majority Leader Cindi O’Laughlin (R-Shelbina) discusses IP legislation on “Wake Up Mid-Missouri”

Missouri’s nine Senate Democrats ended their 50-hour filibuster in Jefferson City on Wednesday, after State Sen. Mary Elizabeth Coleman (R-Arnold) requested that the Senate send initiative petition legislation back to the Missouri House for a conference committee. The issue involves what Democrats call “ballot candy.” Both GOP-controlled chambers have passed …

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Report: Jefferson City’s Red Lobster to close permanently

Report: Jefferson City’s Red Lobster to close permanently

Columbia’s Red Lobster on I-70 Drive Southwest remains open (April 17, 2024 photo from 939 the Eagle’s Brian Hauswirth) A published report confirms what Jefferson City’s mayor told us on 939 the Eagle’s “Wake Up Mid-Missouri” in April: the Red Lobster in the Capital City will be closing. The “Kansas City …

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JCMO trash truck get stuck in collapsed pavement

Jefferson City officials now confirm a trash truck fell through a concrete pad Tuesday on Franklin Street. The city says that the ground collapsed because of a failed storm sewer or wastewater line. Crews had to use a crane to get the truck out of the lot. No one was hurt.

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