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DirecTV, KOMU in contract dispute

Mid-Missouri DirecTV customers lost signals to KOMU-TV and its affiliate CW network on Friday, after the satellite service and local broadcaster failed to come to a contract renewal agreement.

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A tale of two cities?

Jefferson City — the most beautiful small town in the nation — isn’t even one of the most beautiful towns in Missouri.

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Cheerleaders put on showcase

At an age when most toddlers are still gaining confidence on two feet, Delani Morgans started tumbling and twisting at Capitol City Cheer.

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Spring's new crop — potholes

Today marks the long-awaited arrival of spring, the time of the year that brings a renewal of life … and the revelation of new potholes in city streets.

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Spring break workers

While spring break means relaxing at home for many college students, a group of 13 students from Wisconsin traveled to Jefferson City to spend their break building homes for River City Habitat for Humanity.

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Downtown Irish pub closing its doors

Last call for Mortimer Kegley’s

A downtown staple is closing after 34 years of serving drinks and cheap eats.

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Magic show to benefit Council for Drug Free Youth

Hooked on magic, not drugs

Jefferson City is home to one of the nation’s few family magic acts that performs across the country, and this Saturday you can catch them right here in Jefferson City.

Kehoe builds big campaign warchest

Sen. Mike Kehoe added nearly $100,000 to his campaign funds during the last quarter of 2013, raising his total to nearly a half million.

Moments of Magic to benefit Special Learning Center

Joseph Tran started his incredible journey as a 10-year-old with a deck of cards. He’s since become a student of theater and psychology, an actor and a theater set-builder. He’s worked in film post-production, toured the country as a performer and graduated from college.

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HBA show builds up new and old dreams

This weekend’s HBA Home Show in Jefferson City features more than 120 vendors with expertise covering the gamut in building and remodeling.

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