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Comanche County voters will get a chance to extend a public safety tax that's been around for a few decades. [Read More]
The News 19 Investigative Team continues to dig into how a group of educators and administrators came to be charged in connection to an alleged... [Read More]
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Baldwin stressed a large goal of hers is making sure the food supply chain is addressed during this pandemic because she says it's taken a... [Read More]
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As the street maintenance department works to clear city roads, Eau Claire County Emergency Management is offering tips for homeowners on how to safely clear... [Read More]
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Some businesses in Columbia are planning to re-open their doors with a sustained lowering of coronavirus case levels and a new health order which allows... [Read More]
Fort Sill is actively working to get families back into their homes, and repairing facilities affected by broken pipes during the winter storm. [Read More]
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The money the shelter receives in Brooke's name will go toward housing, feeding, and medical care for the animals. [Read More]
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In November and December, over half of the patients in Eau Claire's Marshfield Clinic had COVID-19. Now, that number has dwindled to just a few... [Read More]
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Experts say the rapid drop in water levels at Lake of the Ozarks is no cause for alarm and is directly tied to increased power... [Read More]
The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum is deeply concerned over a recent ruling by a Polish court that may compromise the future of... [Read More]
About one-thousand educators and support staff in the area showed up to Lawton High School today to get their first COVID-19 vaccine dose. [Read More]
COLUMBIA, MO (KMIZ) Fire officials warn about icy road conditions remaining in some areas, damaged pipes and safety icy ponds and rivers. Brad Fraizer, the... [Read More]
COLUMBIA, MO (KMIZ) Health officials say the COVID-19 vaccine could make you less infectious and less likely to become severely ill if in contact with... [Read More]
A busted pipe caused one of Cameron University's apartments to flood this week. [Read More]
Several cities across southwest Oklahoma are dealing with major water issues...pushing them to ask community members to limit water usage until further notice. [Read More]
Missouri leaders reiterated their commitment to the state's coronavirus vaccination plan and the lack of current vaccinations for teachers. [Read More]
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson is expected to announce updates related to the COVID-19 pandemic during a news briefing Thursday at 2:15 p.m. [Read More]
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