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Month: April 2015

Warming weekend, slight rain chance

May will start off with mild, dry weather with mostly sunny skies Friday and high temperatures in the low to mid 70s. A cold front moving into northwestern Missouri Friday evening will increase our clouds through Friday night, leading to a few showers or thunder storms through Saturday morning. Spotty showers and isolated t-storms are

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Students sexting with school-issued iPads

Educators in today’s technology-driven classrooms are concerned less about discipline problems of the past and more about a growing problem in many school districts — sexting. “This is an epidemic and they’re doing it on any device,” said Det. Tracy Perkins, Boone County Cyber Crimes Task Force. More and more teenagers around Mid-Missouri are using

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Highway Patrol leader retires

Thursday marked the last day on the job for the head of the Missouri State Highway Patrol. Colonel Ron Replogle announced his retirement earlier this year, but it officially goes into effect Friday. Replogle has served on the patrol for more than 30 years. His retirement comes after the governor’s controversial decision to merge the

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News Producer – 6:30pm

JOB DESCRIPTION: The News Producer’s duties will include creating, organizing, writing and assembling nightly newscasts and assisting with management of the station’s news website and other online and mobile ventures. SKILLS: The successful candidate will be expected to function within the framework of a research-driven news department that emphasizes source cultivation, enterprising and breaking news.

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