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Worker seriously injured in Jefferson City accident

The department's report said three marble slabs, each weighing 1,000 pounds, shifted and fell on the man as they were being moved.

ABC17NEWS.COM - 2018-09-19 12:35:39

Dallas County Deputies Search for Stabbing Suspect

According to a post on the Department's Facebook page, deputies were sent to Urbana on a stabbing call, when they got to the scene, the deputies found a man with several stab wounds.

OZARKS FIRST.COM - 2018-09-18 13:13:43

"Clean Missouri" Measure To Go Before Judge Thursday - NewsTalk KZRG

The Missouri Court of Appeals will hear oral arguments Thursday afternoon in Kansas City in the proposed “Clean Missouri” measure.Cole County Circuit Judge Daniel Green issued a Friday ruling, ordering the removal of the measure from the November ballot. “Clean Missouri” supporters have appealed to

NEWSTALKKZRG.COM - 2018-09-19 17:41:02

Missouri Highways Overrun by Billboards

“It’s one of the worst when it comes to the number or billboards. It’s a high number of billboards in Missouri, especially when you compare to miles of highways,” he says.

RADIO.COM - 2018-09-19 12:51:42

Police arrest five people accused of using U-Haul trucks to steal clothes

Police, along with the Missouri State Highway Patrol and Callaway County Sheriff's Department, stopped the trucks on Highway 54 and County Road 114.

ABC17NEWS.COM - 2018-09-18 02:27:24

Missouri Supreme Court hears appeal from man sentenced to death for killing state trooper, for a second time - Missourinet

Shockley killed Missouri State Highway Patrol Sergeant Dewayne Graham on March 20, 2005. In 2009, a jury convicted him of first-degree murder and armed criminal action for the shooting. It also convicted him of leaving the scene of an accident in November 2004.

MISSOURINET - 2018-09-18 22:11:56

Police capture man wanted for bank robbery in Lebanon, Mo.

LEBANON, Mo. --A man wanted for robbing a Lebanon, Mo. bank Monday is now behind bars.Police arrested Leslie Shields in the 100 block of Minkler Avenue in Lebanon around 11:30 a.m. Wednesday. Officers took him into custody without incident.Shields faces felony burglary charges, accused of robbing th

KYTV - 2018-09-19 12:16:00

Kehoe: proposed gasoline tax increase will cost average Missouri family $1.25 per month - Missourinet

“When you look at that two-and-a-half cents a gallon to the average family, that’s about $1.25 a month,” says Kehoe. “And I think when you look at the return you get on that $1.25 a month for your vehicle, if nothing else just for the maintenance and keeping up with your vehicle.”

MISSOURINET - 2018-09-19 09:55:25

Police Searching for Suspect in Lebanon Bank Robbery

At about 1:30 p.m. the USBank in Lebanon, Missouri was robbed, according to a Lebanon Police Department press release.


FBI investigates bank robbery in Lebanon, Mo.

LEBANON, Mo. --The FBI is investigating a bank robbery in Lebanon, Mo.The man walked into the U.S. Bank on Jefferson Street around 1:20 p.m. Investigators say he passed a note to the teller, but then took the note when he left. He then left on foot.He is described as 5'6" with a slim build, brown ha


Jellyfish in Missouri? Now is the best time to see them

MONROE COUNTY, Mo. — A day on the water at Mark Twain State Park could have you seeing more than fish and birds.An employee with the Missouri Department of Conservationrecently took a videoof dozens of freshwater jellyfish floating on the surface of Lake Tom Sawyer. September is the perfect time to

KSDK - 2018-09-18 19:09:41

Two charged in June drug case

Nathan Wilson, 33, is charged with delivery of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.


Missouri: An Ozarks Native Crosses the Show Me State

“I’m from Missouri,” the old saying goes, “you’ll have to show me.” There are as many tales about the origin of this saying as there are stars in a moonless Ozarks sky. It may have been the Confederate commander who, when told to surrender or suffer peril, didn’t believe the Union soldier’s boast of

RELIGIONANDPOLITICS.ORG - 2018-09-18 18:07:03

Queen City crowned best college town in Missouri

Springfield was recently named the best college town in Missouri byReviews.org. But is it? Here is what students and staff have to say:Reviews.orgis a review site that researches and tests products to provide unbiased reviews to consumers, according to Aaron Gunderson, marketing director forReviews.

THE-STANDARD.ORG - 2018-09-18 03:30:00

Assault suspect arrested, gives deputies false name

Perkins is accused of false impersonation, domestic assault, driving while intoxicated and stealing a motor vehicle.


Sullivan teen killed, another injured in head-on crash in Franklin County

FRANKLIN COUNTY, Mo. (KMOV.com) – An 18-year-old from Sullivan, Missouri was killed in a two-vehicle crash in Franklin County Sunday evening.


Holland Construction renovating Mack service center in Missouri

Holland Construction Services is working on a 12,000-square-foot renovation to house a new Mack Truck Service Center for Vanguard Truck Centers. The new service center will be located at 940 Harmsted Court in St. Charles, Missouri.

REJOURNALS.COM - 2018-09-18 12:57:00

Missouri Education Department to request $140 million state funding boost - Missourinet

The meeting will also include three newly-confirmed members – Carol Hallquist, Donald Claycomb and Kim Bailey. During last week’s special session of the state Legislature, Sen. Jamilah Nasheed, D-St. Louis, threatened to filibuster the appointment of Peter Herschend – contending that K-12 student ac

MISSOURINET - 2018-09-18 09:02:52

New Cracker Barrel opens in Missouri community

Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc. will open its first new Missouri location in 13 years in Belton’s Cornerstone Pointe development today.The new 10,000-square foot restaurant and gift shop at the southeast corner of 163rd Street and Interstate 49 is Cracker Barrel’s first location in Cass Count


Auditor Galloway says red tape is limiting help for Missouri domestic violence survivors

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -A new report released by State Auditor Nicole Galloway says that over 28,000 request for shelter or other services went unmet for domestic violence victims in the state of Missouri last year.However, Galloway says that number can be much lower, and more victims could be helped i