An Eldon man wanted in connection with a Cole County shooting is arrested in Moniteau County.  The Moniteau County Sheriff’s Department says it received information that Jeremiah Willis, 37, was in the area.  They found Willis in a car outside a home and ordered him out of the vehicle at gun…

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Road crews in Jefferson City are already at work, laying down rock salt to make sure there aren’t many slick spots out there.  Public Works Operations Division Director Britt Smith says most roads are clear, though there are some slippery spots on bridges.  And he says there’s an added chall…

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The Missouri Hospital Association is teaming up with Missouri Chamber of Commerce to get information about the COVID-19 vaccine to workers.  The MHA says their goal is to make sure employers learn more about the vaccine process, including which workers are eligible for it.  MHA spokesman Dav…

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Coaches and athletic directors are being reminded that cheerleaders can’t wear masks while stunting on the sidelines.  The Missouri State High School Athletic Association adopted guidelines in the fall that cheerleaders cannot wear masks while performing stunts at games.  MSHAA Communication…

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Ameren Missouri customers will see a slight increase on their electric bills.  The Missouri Public Service Commission approved a request from Ameren to increase the Energy Efficiency Investment charge that appears on monthly bills.  The PSC says the typical customer will see the charge go up…

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Members of the Missouri National Guard are headed to Washington D.C. to provide extra security during the Presidential inauguration.  Major Jonathan Klusmeyer says the guard members will join 15,000 other citizen-soldiers and airmen in D.C..  They will provide security, communication service…

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Early COVID-19 testing is underway for students returning to campus at the University of Missouri-Columbia.  All students planning to live on campus will have to be tested for the virus.  They can either test at home, get tested on campus or submit proof of a positive COVID-19 test dated bet…

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If you donate blood to the American Red Cross this month, you could win tickets to the Super Bowl.  The Red Cross is teaming up with the NFL for National Blood Donor Month, and encouraging people to donate.  Regional Communications Manager Joe Zydlo says the blood supply is stable, but the n…

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Several more companies are cutting off donations to Senator Josh Hawley.  Cerner Corp., Ameren Corp. Edward Jones and the law firm Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner have all suspended campaign contributions to Hawley.  The Lincoln Project, a political action committee of Republicans who oppose Pre…

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The Missouri National Guard is shutting down rumors circulating about martial law being implemented.  There is a letter circulating on social media, which includes the National Guard logo, that says the National Guard is being mobilized to prevent looting and rioting.  The letter further sta…

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As Lincoln University prepares to welcome students back to campus, the University is expanding its COVID-19 testing capabilities.  Faculty and staff can now be tested for COVID-19 at the campus health center.  Director of Communications and Marketing, Misty Nunn, says LU received about 3,000…