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Fulton man convicted of a dozen sex crimes
A Callaway County jury convicted George Edward Martin, 58, guilty of the offenses of sodomy, statutory sodomy, sexual misconduct involving a child by inducement, enticement of a child, child molestation and sexual exploitation of a minor.
Crews respond to crash on 63 in Columbia
COLUMBIA, Mo. - Emergency crews responded to a crash on Highway 63 in Columbia Friday night.It happened near Grindstone Creek in the northbound lanes. Boone County Joint Communications urged drivers to avoid the area.As of 7 p.m., one northbound lane was still closed. All southbound lanes were open.
Fulton kicks off annual street festival
FULTON - The city of Fulton kicked off their annual Street Festival in style Friday with live music, a carnival, vendors, food trucks and a hot air balloon glow.
ATV crash puts two in university hospital
According to the report, Angel Castillo, 17, hit Hunter Henderson, 16, head-on after traveling near Skywater Road.
Seth Rogen reveals he refused a photo with Paul Ryan
Kevin Winter/Getty Images for MTVActors Kristen Bell and Seth Rogen speak onstage during the 2018 MTV Movie And TV Awards at Barker Hangar on June 16, 2018 in Santa Monica, California.
Northern California landlord charged with shooting tenant
In this booking photo released Wednesday, June 20, 2018, by the Alameda County Sheriff's Office is Herman Levi Little, 75. Little was arrested last week and charged with trying to kill a 39-year-old man who rented a lower unit in the Berkeley, Calif., duplex Little owned. It's the third such violent
Foul play suspected in great white shark's death
Necropsy performed on shark that washed ashoreInvestigators now suspect foul play in the death of a great white shark in California. Researchers conducted a necropsy on the shark that washed ashore Sunday.
Historic display captures life in three rural towns
A small group of about a dozen Lohman-area residents have dedicated hundreds of hours to historical research — digging through old newspapers, tracking down leads and speaking with scattered relatives — to encapsulate centuries of Mid-Missouri life into the Lohman Historical Display, a countless col
Deputy frees bear trapped inside car
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Madison street's collapsed wall withstands concert, still awaits fate
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - The concert stage for Thursday Night Live relocated to its original location at the corner of Madison and E. High streets Thursday, which sits a few feet from the site of the crumbling wall that partially collapsed two weeks ago.
Former Columbia police officer seeks $553K
COLUMBIA, Mo. - An officer fired from the Columbia Police Department after shoving and injuring someone in a holding cell in 2011 is seeking over $553,000, according to a proposed judgment filed this week.
Gov. Parson signs first bills into law as governor
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Governor Parson signed his first bills as the Governor of Missouri on Friday, according to an official press release.
Attorney general's office investigating complaints against New Bloomfield
Lewis asked that Mayor Terry Shaw respond to the allegation and requested documents include the dates of all City Council meetings held between October 2017 and July 2018, copies of all meeting notices, agendas and minutes for each meeting, and a copy of the city's Sunshine Law policy.
Spinning tracks: June 22 releases
Dawes, “Passwords” (HUB) After slipping a bit on 2016’s “We’re All Gonna Die,” the Southern California band returns to its perch as one of most thoughtful and deeply moving rock bands on the planet. Once again, Taylor Goldsmith’s lyrics provoke serious self-reflection, and his band frames these musi
Capitol Report: June 21, 201 8
This bill requires the Attorney General and the Commissioner of Administration, by no later than September 30, 2018, and by the last day of each calendar month thereafter, to submit a report to the General Assembly detailing settlements and judgments paid in the previous month from the State Legal E
Missouri's new lieutenant governor says he's moving forward despite lawsuit
Mike Kehoe recites the oath after being announced as the next lieutenant governor during a news conference in the governor's office at the Missouri State Capitol in Jefferson City, Mo., Monday, June 18, 2018. (Emil Lippe/The Jefferson City News-Tribune via AP)
JC man charged with assault, possession of meth
Jefferson City Police Department officers responded to the residence of Robert E. Schraer, 32, at about 10:30 p.m. Monday after receiving a call from neighbors, according to a JCPD probable cause statement.
New Bloomfield responds to public criticism
The meeting was Shaw's first after being appointed in the position vacated by Greg Rehagen who cited health reasons when he resigned May 16. Shaw said the new interim clerk, from temp agency C&S Business Services, had been working before the appointment as a trial period. The clerk had signed the ag
Missouri wants you...... to be a conservation agent
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Public asked for help finding missing Cole County man
Authorities said no foul play is suspected in the disappearance of Scott Lewis, a 38-year-old white male. He was last seen by his family on Wednesday, June 13, around 9 p.m. His vehicle was located abandoned in the 7400 block of Route B, southwest of Wardsville.