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Sedalia Flooding

West Central Missouri was stuck in between two tornado storms and was pelted by driving rain. In a short span of two hours, anywhere from 4 1/2 to 6 inches of rain was reported to have fallen in our area last night July 1

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Seize The Deal Auction

We will have a special seizethedeal.com auction coming your way, July 6- Friday, July 10 at 7 p.m..

In addition to the items you’ll be able to buy in our store, you’ll have a special chance to bid on items including:

A diet plan from Diet Center

Seat Repair and Headliner from TNT Upholstery

A building from Porta And Grace

Air Purification System from Achieve Heating & Cooling

Countertop w/sink from Majestic Granite

Willow Oak Tree and a Weeping Bald Cypress from Legendary Landscapes

A guitar from Backwoods Guitar

Banner from Sandy Signs

A shotgun hydro dip and a rifle hydro dip from Soggy Camo.

Be sure to get all the specifics of these items at seizethedeal.com. 

Happy

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Weekend Box Office Report: ‘Inside Out’ and ‘Jurassic World’ Take Down ‘Ted 2’

When Universal scheduled Ted 2, they surely had no idea that Seth MacFarlane’s swearing teddy bear sequel would be squaring off against one of the biggest box office juggernauts of all time...a juggernaut that they themselves had created. So it’s not surprising that Jurassic World topped the box office again and it’s not surprising that Pixar’s Inside Out held onto second place. What is a little surprising is how low Ted 2 opened, falling significantly short of its predecessor’s opening weekend.

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Missouri Reacts To Supreme Court Decision On Health Care

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri supporters of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul are praising a U.S. Supreme Court ruling upholding insurance subsidies. Missouri Foundation for Health policy director Ryan Barker says the ruling means nearly 200,000 residents will keep their subsidies

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Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Same-Sex Marriage, Now Legal Across Country

The Supreme Court issued a ruling Friday morning legalizing same-sex marriage in all 50 states. The 5-4 decision found that the Constitution's guarantees of due process and equal protection under the law overturns all gay-marriage bans across the country.

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UCM Update

A new Episode of Feast TV airs tonight on KMOS-TV.  Feast TV, the magazine's Emmy-winning half-hour television program, showcases the people and places that define the flavor of our region. Join Cat Neville on a monthly exploration of the region's Inspired Food Culture

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Endangered Person Advisory Issued For 16-Year-Old Girl From Versailles

The Versailles Police Department has issued a Endangered Person Advisory for a missing 16-year-old girl, named Kiaira Laze Burris. .

Burris was last seen after leaving a McDonalds in Versailles around 3 p

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UCM Update

In addition to naming its 2015-16 officers, requests for state operating and capital appropriations for Fiscal Year 2017, a surface grading project at Max B. Swisher Skyhaven Airport, and renewal of a bus services contract were among items on the agenda when the Board of Governors met June 19 at the University of Central Missouri

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UCM Update

The University of Central Missouri is hosting the annual Missouri Girls State, sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary.  The event started on the 21st and goes through the 27th.  It is taking place on the university's Warren

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Walmart to Remove All Confederate Flag Merchandise From Website, Stores

Walmart, the nation's largest retailer, announced on Monday night that it would no longer sell any items featuring the Confederate flag. The move comes following the massacre of nine black churchgoers in Charleston, South Carolina, last week, allegedly committed by 21-year-old white man Dylann Roof.

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