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Month: August 2016

Update: Endangered person advisory cancelled after missing teen found safe

UPDATE 8/30:The New Madrid County Sheriff’s Department has cancelled an EndangeredPerson Advisory for a missing Sikeston teen. Authorities sent an update just after 1:00 Tuesday morning saying 14-year-old Christian Burtonwas found safe in Clinton, MO. ORIGINAL: The New Madrid County Sheriff’s Department issued an Endangered Person Advisory for 14-year-old Christian Blair Burton after an incident

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Assignment Editor

Job Description: The successful candidate’s duties will include generating story ideas, follow up on News leads, monitor breaking news, coordinate reporting crews and take an active role in assigning content for local network affiliate’s News department. Qualifications: Applicants must have the ability to operate efficiently in a fast-paced, multi-platform newsroom. Critical thinking skills, resourcefulness and

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Over 100 new laws take effect Sunday

More than 100 news Missouri laws will take effect Sunday. Among the noteworthy legislation? Tougher ethics policies for elected officials. Now, lawmakers must wait six months after their terms are set to expire before registering as a lobbyist. Also starting this year, public schools must give students the opportunity to say the Pledge of Allegiance

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This Week with Larry Linthacum

Students and staff at Jefferson City Public Schools are wrapping up their second full week of class for the 2016-17 school year. Superintendent Larry Linthacum is entering his second year as superintendent. As our guest for “This Week,” I start our conversation by asking him how he thinks the new school year is kicking off

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