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UCM Update

Former member and president of the UCM Board of Governors, Richard Phillips, is one of five educators who will be honored Monday, July 27, as Pioneers in Education for their commitment and contributions to public education in Missouri

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Missouri Man Hit By Train

WRIGHT CITY, Mo. (AP) — An eastern Missouri man is dead after being struck by a train. Authorities say Eric Korte was unconscious while sitting next to Norfolk Southern tracks late Sunday night. A westbound Union Pacific engine struck his hand

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Columbia Offering Electronic Device Recharge On Bench

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Columbia is offering the public an unusual way to charge their electronic devices. A wood and metal bench in front of City Hall has an attachment that will charge devices through two USB ports

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Columbia Businessman Charged With Hiring A Man To Set A Fire

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — A Columbia businessman charged with hiring a man to set a fire will remain in jail on a $5 million cash-only bond. A Boone County judge Friday ruled bond wouldn't be reduced for 60-year-old Mehrdad Fotoohighiam, charged with first-degree arson

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St. Louis Family Saved By Fishermen In Flood

PALMYRA, Mo. (AP) — Authorities say three fishermen rescued a St. Louis area family after the driver of their vehicle got caught in a flooded roadway in northeast Missouri. Palmyra Fire Chief Gary Crane says an emergency call Sunday evening reported a car stuck on a Marion County road outside Palmrya

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Grandview Man Charged With Second-Degree Murder

GRANDVIEW, Mo. (AP) — A suburban Kansas City man is charged with second-degree murder in the death of his 75-year-old father. Jackson County prosecutors announced Sunday that 44-year-old Kyle Webb of Grandview was charged after his father, Franklin Webb, died Saturday night

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Bass Pro Shops Announce Layoffs

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — Bass Pro Shops has laid off "fewer than 60" employees at its corporate headquarters in Springfield, Missouri and at a woodworking shop in Nixa. Paul Shore, Bass Pro Shops vice president of human resources, said Friday the company also laid off an average of six employees at most of its retail stores across the country

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Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Crime Report: Morning of Monday, July 27, 2015

Three subjects reported to Sedalia Police they were assaulted by two other subjects in the area of West Broadway and Thompson Boulevard, yesterday morning (July 26).

Pettis County Deputies had a short pursuit with a motorcycle on Route V in Pettis County on Saturday (July 25)

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Sedalia Police Investigate After A 16-Year-Old Boy Was Shot Friday

16-year-old Andrew Meyers died after suffering a gunshot wound on Friday night, according to Sedalia Police.

Sedalia Police received several 911 calls at 10:03 Friday night (July 24) pertaining to a subject that was shot near West Cooper and Missouri

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Weekend Box Office Report: ‘Pixels’ Can’t Catch ‘Ant-Man’

At the time of this writing, early estimates for the weekend box office have Ant-Man edging out Pixels for the top spot in this week’s top 10. That could change. With less than $1 million separating the films, Pixels may very well slide into first place tomorrow, winning one very close competition. But even if it does claim ultimate victory, it doesn’t change the fact that Pixels’ opening weekend is a massive disappointment and another nail in the coffin of Adam Sandler’s career.

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