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Severe Weather
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Slight Risk for Severe Weather This Weekend

We have had hot conditions across West Central Missouri. The weather patterns are indicating there could be a chance at some rain this evening.

"Pettis County is in a slight risk for severe weather today," said Sedalia Pettis County EMA Director David Clipppert

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Smith-Cotton Football
Missouri National Guard Specialist Dillon Colbert stopped by Tiger Stadium on Thursday to visit with Smith-Cotton High School football players (courtesy of Sedalia School District)

Missouri National Guard Visits Smith-Cotton Tigers Football Camp

 

Missouri National Guard Specialist Dillon Colbert stopped by Tiger Stadium on Thursday to visit with Smith-Cotton High School football players and discuss incentives available to National Guard recruits, including college tuition benefits. Col

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Results From Pete H. Rea Memorial Golf Tournament

(Marshall, Mo.) — The 25th Annual Pete H. Rea Memorial Golf Tournament, held on July 11 at the Indian Foothills Golf Course raised $17,000 that will be used to offset the purchase of 3D mammography equipment for Fitzgibbon Hospital

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Twin Lakes Hospice Golf
Twin Lakes Hospice Golf Tournament

Holes For Hospice Golf Tournament

There will be a benefit golf tournament for the Twin Lakes Hospice at the Meadow Lake Country Club on Saturday, September 19, 2015.

It's a four person scramble

Entry: $200 per team and/or $50 to sponsor a hole

Shotgun start at 8:30 a

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Maguire Street in Warrensburg To Close On Monday For Street Project

Warrensburg (July 6, 2015) – The City of Warrensburg Public Works Department has scheduled an asphalt surface seal coating project for Maguire Street. The project will begin on the North side of the Highway 50 Interchange Bridge and continue to the North side of the intersection of Young Street and Business 50. The project is

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Senator Paul LeVota
Senator Paul LeVota (Courtesy of Missouri Senate)

State Senator Paul LeVota Resigns

The Missouri State Senator Paul LeVota, from Independence, resigned today (July 24) after an investigation on his conduct involving an intern.  Senator LeVota issued this statement:

JEFFERSON CITY — State Senator Paul LeVota, D-Independence, has released the following statement:
My conduct has been called into question relating to the intern program in the Missouri Senate and even though there has been no proof of any wrongdoing, the media attention is a distraction to doing the people’s work

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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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Cape Girardeau Businessman Found Guilty of Killing His Wife

JACKSON, Mo. (AP) — A Cape Girardeau (juh-RAHR'-doh) businessman has been found guilty of killing his wife and 18-year-old son. KFVS reports that jurors in a Cape Girardeau County court on Thursday found George Joseph guilty of first-degree murder in the 2013 deaths of his wife, Mary, and son, Matthew, who were shot to death at the family's home

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17-Year-Old From Christian County Charged With Statutory Sodomy

OZARK, Mo. (AP) — A 17-year-old boy from Christian County has been charged with statutory sodomy. The Springfield News-Leader reports the suspect was charged Thursday. According to police, a girl under the age of 12 told her mother the suspect had her touch him in a sexual manner while they were together in a bedroom watching cartoons Wednesday

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Claire McCaskill
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Senator McCaskill Wants Senator LeVota To Seriously Consider His Political Service

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill says Missouri state Senator Paul LeVota needs to "seriously consider" whether he can continue to serve after claims that he made unwanted sexual advances toward interns

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