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Photo by Jim Low, courtesy Missouri Department of Conservation.

2014 Spring Turkey Harvest Up For Third Year In A Row

JEFFERSON CITY–Hunters posted the third spring turkey harvest increase in a row, bettering last year’s number by more than 1,000 birds.

Hunters checked 43,273 turkeys during Missouri’s regular spring turkey season April 21 through May 11

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Dale Hansen
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Outspoken Reporter Says Michael Sam Got a Raw Deal in NFL Draft [VIDEO]

When Michael Sam became the first openly gay player to be drafted by an NFL team, he broke down a barrier -- but a lot of people still have issues with it.

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Gov. Jay Nixon
Gov. Jay Nixon

Governor Jay Nixon Declares State of Emergency After Orrick Tornado

Gov. Jay Nixon declared a state of emergency in response to severe weather that brought heavy rain, strong winds, and hail to many areas of the state and spawned two tornadoes.

“This system of severe weather has already brought damaging storms to many areas of the state, including the town of Orrick where a tornado caused significant damage to homes, vehicles and schools,” Gov

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Thinkstock
Thinkstock

Donate Food and Paper Products to Help Local Veterans with the MVCAA [INTERVIEW]

May is National Military Appreciation Month.   Although a lot of us in the area definitely appreciate our veterans and soliders serving every day, you don't always get the chance to show it.  And it's one thing to say you appreciate veterans - it's another to show it.

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Tornado Damage in Orrick
Tornado Damage in Orrick (Photo Courtesy of KSHB-TV)

Tornado Hits Marshall and Orrick

ORRICK, Mo. (AP) - Heavy storms spawning at least one tornado hit northwest Missouri, damaging homes and power lines.

No injuries were immediately reported.

Jenni Laflin, meteorologist with the National Weather Service office in the Kansas City area, said a confirmed tornado that was part of a supercell storm hit the Ray County town of Orrick on Saturday evening

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Crime Scene

Homicide Victim Identified as Marshall Woman

The Pettis County Sheriff has identified the homicide victim found Sunday afternoon (May 4) at a Pettis County trailer park south of Sedalia.

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Walker Photography
Walker Photography

Rob Says Goodbye to Sedalia and Better Country KIX 105

No, it's not a prank. I've accepted a job with another radio station in Illinois up by Chicago. Sadly, I'll be leaving the morning show at Better Country KIX 105 and the Sedalia area on May 15.

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Sedalia Police Officer Travis Lorenz and K-9 Officer Charlie
Sedalia Police Officer Travis Lorenz and K-9 Officer Charlie

Sedalia Police K-9 Units Recieve Ballistic Vests

The Sedalia Police Department received two K9 ballistic vests thanks to the nonprofit organization Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. and a local donor, who wished to remain anonymous. The vests have been issued to K-9 Charlie and K-9 Gallo.

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Bothwell Regional Health Center CEO John Dawes Wins American Hospital Association Grassroots Champion Award

John Dawes, president and chief executive officer of Bothwell Regional Health Center, was recently awarded the American Hospital Association (AHA) Grassroots Champion Award for the state of Missouri.

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Ambulance

Man Killed in Johnson County Motorcycle Accident

The Missouri State Highway Patrol and the Johnson County Sheriff’s Department responded to a fatal accident that occurred on Route 253 Southwest and Highway 2 in Johnson County at 3:20 on Tuesday afternoon (May 6).

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