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ABQ Ride, WSB

Bus Driver Crashes Through Windshield, Is A-Okay

Here's one guy who should count his lucky stars.

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Columbia Regional Airport Continues To Grow

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Passenger numbers at the Columbia Regional Airport are growing. More than 53,000 passengers used the airport in 2014. That's about 10,000 more than the previous year and the most since 1987

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Fatal Vehicle Accidents In 2014 Down From 2013 in Missouri

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Authorities say fewer people died on Missouri's roads and waterways last year. The State Highway Patrol says preliminary statistics count 753 traffic fatalities in 2014, compared with 757 fatalities in 2013 and more than 1,200 in 2005

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THINKSTOCK

Enquiring Minds: Showing Sedalia [SURVEY]

I've done a decent amount of travelling over the years.  I haven't done too much recently, but I'm hoping to change that. 

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St. Louis Cardinals Caravan Coming to Sedalia

It may be winter, but that just means we're getting closer to Spring Training for baseball. Newstalk 1050 KSIS is proud to announce that we'll make it feel even closer to spring with the St. Louis Cardinals Caravan coming to Sedalia

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Baseball Hall of Fame Inducts 4 New Members for 2015 Class — Who Are They?

The National Baseball Hall of Fame has welcomed its newest members.

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Military, YouTube

Fighter Jet Breaks Speed of Sound, Wows Pretty Much Everyone

Breaking the speed of sound? Yeah, no biggie.

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Prairie Aerial, YouTube

Dude Climbs 1,500 Feet to Change Light Bulb, Conquer Fear of Heights

Changing a light bulb is not hard. Doing it 1,500 feet high in the sky is.

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Gulfstream Park Racing, YouTube

Horse Named Harass Makes for Very Interesting Race Call

Race horses have a long tradition of unusual and creative names, but this one may take the cake.

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Cold Temperatures Predicted All Week

The National Weather Service is predicting temperatures to be in the mid twenties on Tuesday (Jan. 6), before temperatures dip down into the single digits on Wednesday.

"Tuesday night we will see temperatures drop into single digits with wind chills hitting -10 to -15 below zero on Wednesday and Thursday morning," said Sedalia/Pettis County EMA Director David Clippert

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