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Monthly Archives: August 2015

Tax amnesty period starts Tuesday

(AP) – Starting this week, delinquent Missouri taxpayers can pay back taxes without penalties or interest under a temporary amnesty program. The program begins Tuesday and runs …

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Fire at unoccupied JC home

A firefighter is hurt, and a Jefferson City home is a total loss, after a blaze early Sunday. The fire happened at an unoccupied home on East …

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Fire at Bunceton ethanol plant

A Cooper County soybean plant is destroyed in a fire. The Missouri Better Bean blaze in Bunceton broke out at about 11:00 a.m. Saturday. The fire burned …

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New era for police

How would you like your every minute on the job to be videotaped? Jefferson City Police Captain Doug Shoemaker admits it’s not an easy time to be …

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Obama changing Mount McKinley name

(AP) – President Barack Obama begins his historic trip to Alaska this morning. The president’s three-day trip is aimed at calling attention to climate change and how …

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Shots fired near Mizzou’s campus

MU officials say Columbia police are searching for the suspects in a shots fired incident that happened late Friday night at the intersection of Hitt and Cherry streets. The …

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