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Victims in fatal Franklin Co. crash, including 2 children, identified

FRANKLIN Co., Missouri (KMOV.com) -- Four people were killed in a Franklin County accident. Police said the accident, which involved a semi truck and passenger car, happened at Highway 47 and Forest View drive south of Union Friday afternoon.

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Increase in Drug Use Linked to STD Rise — In Franklin County, Statewide

The Franklin County Health Department is strengthening its efforts to stop the spread of sexually transmitted diseases in multiple populations, including drug users. The upward trend in infections statewide has prompted officials at the Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) to issue a Publ

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1.7 quake rattles Bootheel Missouri

NEW MADRID COUNTY, MO (KAIT) - Early Monday morning, people living in the Missouri Bootheel got an unexpected wakeup alarm. The U.S. Geological Survey reported it measured a 1.67 magnitude earthquake at 5:39 a.m.

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Missouri residents can now apply for a REAL ID

ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- Starting Monday, residents in Missouri can begin applying for a REAL ID compliant license. Effective October 1, 2020, you will be required to present a REAL ID, or another form of identification accepted by TSA, to board domestic flights. You will also need it to access feder

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Four victims of Friday's deadly vehicle crash near Union were family members

UPDATED at 6:50 a.m. Monday with more on relationship of victims, victim photos, funeral information. FRANKLIN COUNTY • Four family members, including two children, were killed in a head-on crash Friday afternoon between a car and a tractor-trailer outside Union.

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Four dead in Franklin County head-on crash

FRANKLIN COUNTY, Mo. — Four people are dead after a head-on crash on Highway 47 near Forest View Drive in Franklin County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol said a tractor trailer hit another car head-on around 1:30 on Friday afternoon, killing the four people inside the second vehicle.

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'Sounds like a train' | Hail comes pelting down in Crawford County

CRAWFORD COUNTY, Mo. — It looks like snow in the springtime. In Crawford County, pea-sized hail came pelting down Sunday night. "Don't look like spring," Marilyn Hewkin said. "It looks like something, yeah."

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Single-Family Permits Dropped in February — In Franklin County

Despite the overall number of building permits applied for being the same in January and February, the number of single-family dwelling permits dropped last month and is nearly 20 less than in 2018.

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Jackson, MO resident wins big in Missouri Lottery

JACKSON, MO (KFVS) - A Jackson, Missouri man received a big welcome home gift after a family vacation. Kevin Pruitt was met with a $77,777 Missouri Lottery prize from his winning ticket, “Fireball 7s” scratcher ticket.

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Man who killed Washington state deputy was in the US on expired visa, ICE says

(CNN Wires) -- A man who killed a sheriff's deputy and wounded a police officer during a shootout in Kittitas County, Washington, was in the United States illegally, according to US Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

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St. Charles man charged in woman's murder at I-55 rest stop in southeast Missouri

MARSTON, Mo. • A Missouri man jailed in Texas is now charged with killing a woman at an Interstate 55 rest area in October. The Sikeston Standard Democrat reports that Eliot Bonner, 27, of St. Charles was charged Friday with first-degree murder, armed criminal action and unlawful possession of a fir

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Audio: Missouri State Fair announces headliner bands

The Missouri State Fair has announced the 1st show of its 2019 Concert Series. The 2019 Missouri State Fair runs August 8 through August 18.

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Area Residents Hurt in Car Crash

Five Area residents were injured in a car crash Sunday, March 24, in Jefferson County. Loyd W. Cox, 65, Luebbering, was driving a 2018 Ram 2500 on Highway Y, south of Jim Wilson Road, when the vehicle crossed the center line and struck the front left of a 2016 Cadillac CT6 driven by Susan L. Zerna,

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Request Change Of Venue — In 2017 Stabbing

A Jefferson County Circuit judge is scheduled to hear a motion for a change of venue in the case against the Union man charged in a 2017 homicide at the Bourbeuse River. Cameron J. Hill, 27, will appear April 29 in front of 23rd Circuit Judge Victor J. Melenbrink who will rule if there will be a cha

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Pair from De Soto, two Desloge children killed in wreck in Union

A man and woman from De Soto and two Desloge children were killed Friday afternoon (March 22) in a four-vehicle accident on Hwy. 47 near Meade Farm Road in Union in Franklin County, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported.

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Washington Smiles to Offer Free Dental Day — For Veterans in the Community

Washington Smiles will host its ninth annual free Dental Day for Veterans Saturday, May 11, at 8 a.m. at 1111 E. Sixth St. This event is offered to support the community in getting healthier, one smile at a time, according to Washington Smiles.

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Five hurt in crash on Hwy. Y in Dittmer

Five people were injured in a two-vehicle traffic accident late Sunday morning (March 24) on Hwy. Y south of Jim Wilson Road in Dittmer. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported that Loyd Cox, 65, of Luebbering was driving a 2018 Ram 2500 south on Hwy. Y at 11:56 a.m. when he crossed the center li

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Hawley, Blunt on Russian, FBI investigation trains going in opposite directions

WASHINGTON • After Attorney General William Barr concluded that special counsel Robert Mueller not only found no evidence of collusion between President Donald Trump and Russians in the 2016 campaign, but that there was insufficient proof that Trump obstructed justice, the situations of Missouri's t

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Washington Goes 3-0 at Warrenton

The spring soccer season just got started and the Washington Lady Jays are already champions. Washington (3-0) picked up its first three wins of the season Friday and Saturday to claim the championship of the Warrenton Girls Soccer Classic. The Lady Jays defeated Elsberry (0-1) Friday, 10-0, and fol

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Cities Hear Pot Zoning Questions — For Medical Marijuana

Potential marijuana dispensary operators are making their rounds throughout the county seeking information about opening up shop. Medicinal marijuana was legalized in November 2018 through a constitutional amendment approved by voters.

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