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Second Historically Black Church Vandalized in Callaway County
Callaway County, Missouri is a quiet Mid-Missouri county that shares a border with Boone County. The county is home to rural communities like Fulton, Holts Summit, Kingdom City, and Auxvasse. These small towns offer a sense of...
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A Second Chance for Felons
Two house bills were passed through the Missouri House of Representatives last year that would give felons a second chance at rehabilitation outside of a prison facility. The bills were introduced to the legislature in an effort...
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458 Crashes on Missouri Roadways over New Year’s Weekend
In Missouri, traffic crashes increase every year around the holiday season. Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s are some of the most dangerous times to travel in Missouri. Tons of families take to the roads to visit loved...
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Terrorist Threat in Fulton: The Criminal Consequences of the Things We Say
Gene McGrath was arrested in Fulton, Missouri for making terrorist threats at a bar. According to KOMU, McGrath threatened to “get his gun and shoot the place up.” Employees of the bar safely evacuated all patrons after...
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The Plan for Vaccines in Missouri
As the Pfizer vaccine is being distributed to states across the U.S., states are having to decide how to allocate the vaccine to citizens. Most states plan to vaccinate frontline workers first, followed by the elderly living...
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Missouri Highway Transportation Commission Faces Wrongful Death Lawsuit
According to ABC 17, a wrongful death lawsuit has been filed against the Missouri Highway Transportation Commission. The lawsuit is being brought by the family of Jessica Sage, who was killed in a crash off Highway 63...
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Wrapping Up 2020: What Changed in the Legal World?
Relax, 2020 is coming to an end. But what does the end of 2020 and the start of 2021 spell for the legal world? Our firm looked at how the legal landscape changed in 2020: The Supreme...
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19 Missourians Indicted in $1.2 Million Insurance Fraud Conspiracy
In the United States, insurance is used as a safety mechanism for unforeseen, and often expensive, circumstances such as car wrecks, medical conditions, and damages to other assets. People purchase insurance policies on their homes, cars, boats,...
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Thefts from Cars Increase by 25% in Columbia in 2020
The Columbia Police Department (CPD) released a report indicating that thefts from cars increased by 25% in Columbia over the 2020 calendar year. Theft from cars, also known as car hopping, is a criminal offense common among...
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Columbia’s Citizens Police Review Board Considers Chokehold Policy
Columbia’s Citizen Police Review Board was established in the wake of protests sparked by the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. According to Columbia’s city website, the board “provides an external and independent process for review of actual or...
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