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Special Olympics Training Campus Will Be Built In Jefferson City

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A training campus for Special Olympics Missouri will be located in Jefferson City. Board chairman Phil Cook says the group's board of directors chose Jefferson City over Columbia for its Training For Life Campus

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11-Month-Old Baby Safe After Someone Stole Vehicle With Baby In It

ST. LOUIS (AP) — St. Louis County authorities say an 11-month-old baby is safe after someone stole a vehicle with the child still inside. Police say the vehicle was stolen last night after the child's father went inside store

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Pile of Money
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Tyson Foods Pays Fine For Chemical Spill

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Tyson Foods Inc. will pay $539,000 for a chemical spill that killed more than 100,000 fish and caused a southwest Missouri town's wastewater treatment system to fail. Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster says last May, Tyson discharged wastewater that contained an acidic animal feed supplement from its Aurora facility, eventually causing Monett's wastewater treatment system to fail and contaminating Clear Creek in Barry County

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St. Louis Woman Dies After Injuries From Fall On Ice

ST. LOUIS (AP) — A St. Louis woman has died after falling on ice and injuring her back. Thirty-two-year-old Karey Kaemmerer was chasing her daughter's dog last week when she slipped on ice that formed in south St

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Gov. Jay Nixon
Gov. Jay Nixon

Governor Jay Nixon Delivers State of The State Address

Governor Jay Nixon delivered his 7th State of the State Address. Newstalk 1050 KSIS will air it at 8:05 this morning (Jan. 22) if you missed it.

This year we're also able to bring you the full transcript

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Gov. Jay Nixon
Gov. Jay Nixon

Missouri Special Interest Groups and Residents Asking Lawmakers’ Help To Overturn Nixon’s Budget Decisions

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri special interest groups and residents are asking for state lawmakers' help in releasing millions of dollars in funding withheld by the governor. Democratic Gov

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New Kids On the Block
New Kids On The Block with TLC and Nelly

New Kids On the Block Coming Back to Kansas City

Yesterday (Jan. 19), Behka had asked about bands and artists that you had to know from the 1980s and 1990s. We had referenced New Kids on the Block.

I was a kid in Junior High School, when New Kids on the Block, were the subject of a lot of conversations

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World Beard & Moustache Competitors Attend Media Call In Adelaide
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How to Grow & Maintain a Beard: 10 Stellar Facial-Hair Grooming Tips

How to show the world that a man’s face is a glorious spot for a pile of bristle and fuzz.

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Trails End
The Caboose, silo and windmill are in place for the Trails End Project

Trails End Project Starts To Take Shape

The Trails End Project has been years in the making, but the pieces are starting to be placed at the corner of 16th and Highway 65.

It may be a holiday, but the project started to have the big pieces in place today and will continue through the week.

The silo and caboose were placed down today.

The Tr

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2015 MLK Sedalia March
The 2015 Martin Luther King Jr. March Begins in front of the Sacred Heart Church

Sedalia Martin Luther King Jr. Day Events [PHOTOS]

The Sedalia community gathered at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church for the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day services this morning (Jan. 19).

The services featured City Councilwoman Bonita Nash as the emcee, with the invocation done by Elder W

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