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Monthly Archives: December 2012

Moberly Suspect Caught

Moberly Police have tracked down a wanted man. Cody Kitchen, 25, assaulted an officer and got away on foot back on the 11th. An off-duty officer spotted …

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Fiscal Cliff Update

WASHINGTON (AP) – Taxes on the wealthy and Republican demands for budget cuts to pay for Democratic spending proposals were separating the two parties as the deadline …

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New Rose Bowl Parade Float

SAN DIEGO (AP) – The Defense Department for the first time will put a float in Pasadena’s Tournament of Roses to commemorate the veterans from a conflict …

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Columbia Chimney Fire

Make sure your chimney is ready for winter if you haven’t warmed it up already. A fire started in the flue of a chimney on Columbia’s Copper …

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Moberly Drug Bust

Moberly Police bust an apparent drug dealer. Nicholas Fainter, 28, of Moberly was arrested Saturday on Bedford Street. He’s now accused of trying to distribute, deliver, manufacture, …

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Fiscal Cliff

WASHINGTON (AP) – The House will be back in session Sunday evening as the “fiscal cliff” looms, threatening across-the-board tax increases and spending cuts with the new …

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Winter Weather Update

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) – While much of the Midwest and Northeast is digging out from a winter storm, Arkansas is doing it without electricity.

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Trained Police in Schools

WASHINGTON (AP) – When a student fired a shotgun through the windows of a California high school to start an attack in 2001, Rich Agundez was ready.

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Jefferson City Murder

***UPDATE 6:00 p.m.*** An apparent victim of Thursday night’s deadly shooting in Jefferson City is now charged with murder. 35-year-old Calvin Hutson was found shot but alive …

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Gas Station Robber Nabbed

A man is in custody, after he tried to rob the Columbia Break Time at Providence and Nebraska Wednesday night. Chadwick Simmons, 22, went in the store …

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