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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo (December 18, 2018) State Auditor Nicole Galloway today issued a follow-up report of audit findings in Dade County. The progress report outlined the need for continued improvement to accounting processes in the sheriff's office after a May 2017 audit revealed weak record keeping, lack of oversight and missing money. "My initial review of Dade County found concerns with financial oversight within the sheriff's office and laid out a series of recommendations to ensure funds are properly accounted for by the office," Auditor Galloway said. "While some changes are underway, there is more that needs to... [Read More]
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Jefferson City will soon own Adrian's Island and begin developing riverfront access after the Jefferson City Council approved a redevelopment contract Monday with the Jefferson City Housing Authority. [Read More]
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A Columbia man has been charged in connection with illegal drug activity in Jefferson City.Yashim Smith, 19, is charged with possession of marijuana and unlawful use of a weapon. [Read More]
As Jefferson City police continue their investigation into the fatal shooting of the Lincoln University student government president, family and friends planned to remember him with a vigil and benefit concert Monday night in his hometown of Chicago. [Read More]
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Leaders of SSM Health and MU Health heard more questions and concerns from Mid-Missouri residents Monday night at a public forum on the possible sale of SSM's St. Mary's Hospital in Jefferson City and Mexico (formerly Audrain Medical Center) to MU Health. [Read More]
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Mary Lee Goldman came to Missouri trying to leave her old life thousands of miles behind her, and with the help of The Salvation Army's Center of Hope shelter, she's building the new, addiction-free life she wants in Jefferson City. [Read More]
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Switzerland-based tech conglomerate ABB sold its power grids division to Japan tech conglomerate Hitachi on Monday afternoon in a deal valued at $11 billion. The impact of the deal on the Jefferson City factory remains unclear. [Read More]
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Police say D'Angelo Bratton-Bland was not the intended target of a shooting that left him dead last week in Jefferson City, Missouri, and he was not doing anything illegal at the time. ... [Read More]
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A vigil was held Monday for a former Chicago student who was gunned down in Missouri where he was going to college. Friends and family gathered at the Perspectives Math and Science Academy to celebrate the life of D'Angelo Britton-Bland, but also to ask for answers. Britton-Bland, 23, was a senior at Lincoln University in Jefferson City, Mo., and student body president at the university. He was shot in the chest while getting out of the car on... [Read More]
The two additions bring the list's total to 35 names. [Read More]
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The Missouri State Highway Patrol Law Enforcement Agency will graduate 27 new troopers Friday. [Read More]
Jefferson City has sustained two hospitals for decades, as have hundreds of other cities across the country. [Read More]
These Missouri lotteries were drawn Monday:... [Read More]
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Feral hogs are a menace in parts of Missouri, so federal officials are taking to the skies to combat the wild animal that can destroy multiple acres of farmland in a single feeding frenzy. [Read More]
Jefferson City Public Schools' chief financial officer said a street development agreement with Jefferson City would save the school district $145,000 in fees, and that it's a fair compromise for the district to potentially inherit two city streets. [Read More]
Jefferson City resident Christopher Gates, 16, suffered minor injuries in a two-vehicle wreck Saturday evening in Cole County. [Read More]
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Truman E. "Papa'' Nickell, 82, of Lebanon, died Thursday morning, Dec. 20, 2012 at his home in Lebanon. He was born Feb. 25, 1930, in Dodge City, Kan. to David L. and Dorothia Ontjes Nickell, who preceded him in death. He also was preceded in death by his first wife, Goldie Nickell; a grandson, Zackry Shireman; a great-grandson, Gunner Nickell; a brother, Lloyd Nickell; and a sister, Marie Roznovak. On Feb. 11, 1990 he married Emily Jean Mann Miller. He worked at Fort Leonard Wood in the motor pool department for 17 years. He also owned and operated Skyline... [Read More]
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This week on Post Scripts host Mike Colombo was joined by St.Louis Post Dispatch National and Political Editor Christopher Ave, Washington Bureau Chief Chuck Raasch, and Jefferson City Bureau Chief Kurt Erickson to discuss the latest out of Washington involving President Trump. Erickson reported on the latest news out of the Missouri Capitol. [Read More]
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