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Month: August 2019

Holiday Weekend Drying Up

TODAY: We will remain under cloud cover for most of our Saturday here in Mid-Missouri but our rain chances are decreasing with only a slight chance of seeing isolated showers in the afternoon today. High’s will stick in the middle to upper 70’s. SATURDAY NIGHT: Chances for rain remain slight into the overnight hours but

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Court documents: at least $25,000 worth of merchandise stolen in Best Buy burglary

Cole County prosecutors have charged four men in connection with the burglary of the Jefferson City Best Buy store early Thursday. The Jefferson City Police Department said Michael Coleman, 28, Keeland Johnson, 24, Micah Lazaro, 28, and Jeremy Phillips, 28, had been arrested and charged with resisting arrest, stealing, possession of burglar’s tools and second-degree

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Route K reopens in Callaway County

The Missouri Department of Transportation reopened Route K in Callaway County on Friday after parts of it washed out during heavy rainfall earlier this week. MoDOT said the washout happened Sunday night about 3 miles east of the Route D intersection. Officials had hoped to have the road reopened Thursday. The Missouri State Highway Patrol

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Fiscal assessment of Lincoln University completed

A Georgia-based accounting firm completed a fiscal assessment of Lincoln University, according to LU spokesperson Misty Young. In a news release distributed Friday, Young said the university contracted The Wesley Peachtree Group to perform a “comprehensive assessment and to provide objective information and counsel to University administrators and curators.” The press release said the firm’s

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Parson told not to use First Amendment to redact information

The Missouri attorney general’s office says Gov. Mike Parson should stop using the First Amendment to justify withholding some public information. Parson’s office has cited the First Amendment when refusing to release information such as phone numbers, addresses and emails of private citizens who contacted the governor’s office. The Kansas City Star reports Deputy Attorney

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