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Will Missouri’s last abortion clinic close?

(A-P) — A St. Louis judge is now deciding whether to grant an order that would allow Missouri’s only abortion clinic to keep its abortion license past Friday. Circuit Judge Michael Stelzer heard an hour of arguments on Planned Parenthood’s request for a temporary restraining order that would prohibit the …

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Jay football players and volunteers help a blind tornado victim

Neighbors truly helping neighbors. Amy Berendzen was working on the tornado clean up with a group of Jefferson City Jay footballers. They came on a couple in a damaged home who needed really help … High school and college athletes from all across Mid-Missouri helped out all over Jefferson City. …

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*** UPDATE *** The latest on JCMO tornado

A violent tornado slams into Jefferson City and Eldon doing widespread damage. The worst hit area starting late (wed) night was along Ellis Blvd. The Hawthorne Apartments and Riley Chevrolet were badly damaged. Same at the new Special Olympics training center, and Simonsen Ninth Grade Center. The state track meet …

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Is it time to arm the teachers?

Will you ever see teachers packing guns in Jefferson City’s schools? It’s a continuing debate. Jefferson City School Superintendent Dr. Larry Linthacum says they prefer to have school resource police officers be the ones who are armed … Missouri law says districts can decide to allow teachers to be armed. …

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Sedalia jail escapee gets out of Oklahoma cop car and runs off

(AP) – Authorities are searching for a Missouri fugitive who is accused of stealing a police car in Oklahoma when authorities attempted to recapture him. KHBS reports that Heavener, Oklahoma, Police Chief Ty Armstrong, says police found 30-year old Travis Lee Davis at a convenience store Wednesday after a woman …

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Who will foot the bill for the Port of Jefferson City?

Imagine truck – sized containers of transformers from the ABB plant or tons of Unilever products being shipped out of Jefferson City on barges. Heartland Port Authority Chairman Rick Mihalevich is heading up the plan to build a river port on 100 – acres near the National Guard’s Skelton Training …

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Winter is ready to take another crack at Mid-Missouri

(KMIZ) — The ABC 17 Stormtrack Weather Team issued a Weather Alert Day for this weekend, as another winter storm set its sights on Mid-Missouri. Now is the time to make sure you have a winter weather preparedness plan in place, as icy conditions, drifting snow, and bitter cold will …

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Watch out .. storms could hit Mid-Missouri

(NOAA) — Several rounds of showers and thunderstorms will bring heavy rain to the area today and tonight. The higher totals today will be in extreme southeast Kansas into western Missouri. A line of thunderstorms will move through later tonight and bring the risk of heavy rain to the entire …

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Clean Missouri issue will stay on the ballot

(MissouriNet) — The Missouri Supreme court won’t determine the fate of a ballot measure proposing to change the way voting districts are drawn up. The high bench declined to hear the case Monday of Clean Missouri, or Amendment 1 as it will appear on the ballot. Opponents were successful in …

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