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Month: September 2019

The Heat is On

SUNDAY: A few leftover storms from last night’s system will linger into the morning hours, especially north of I-70 but should dry up before noon. Once the clouds break up and the sun comes out, the heat will crank up along with the humidity. Winds will be coming out of the south to aid in

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Jefferson City spent more than four million dollars on disaster response

Jefferson City spent more than $4 million on disaster response, according to estimates from the city. According to city estimates, the cost of the response to May’s tornado is approximately $1,544,880. Costs of spring’s floods is about $2,699,678. This includes the estimated costs for emergency responders and city workers. According to the estimates, there are

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Rain delay called at Roots N Blues festival as storms pass over Columbia

Music performances are on a “temporary hold” at the Roots N Blues N BBQ Festival as storms pass over Columbia. Organizers of the festival said in a tweet that a short rain delay was issued around 2:30 p.m. Saturday. {“url”:”″,”author_name”:”Roots N Blues N BBQ”,”author_url”:””,”html”:”&#lt;blockquote class=”twitter-tweet”&#gt;&#lt;p lang=”en” dir=”ltr”&#gt;Short rain delay at 2:34 p.m. 9/28: Stages are

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