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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Mid-Missouri Triple Murder Update

Werdehausens and Pinets want to know why 

SlideshowCALLAWAY COUNTY, MO -- Relatives of the Pinets and Werdehausens are searching for answers are searching for answers Wednesday night.
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Josh Maylee at hospital with family or friends (Photo was sent by KRCG viewer)
HOLTS SUMMIT, MO. -- Update: Wednesday, Oct. 27 at 9:40 p.m.
Mid-Missouri Major Case Squad Sgt. Robert Bruchsaler held another media conference Wednesday night to discuss the triple murder case.
Bruchsaler said Gina Werdehausen is in stable condition at University Hospital.
Bruchsaler said police have been talking to friends and family of Josh Maylee, the person of interest in the triple murder case. He said people have been cooperating with police.
Bruchsaler said police are looking into over 60 leads that could be connected to the murders.
Bruchsaler did not discuss Josh Maylee’s criminal history because he did not know enough about the cases to discuss them.
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Police at the Werdehausen murder scene


Another city added in Missouri Supreme Court case involving city of Hermann

Springfield City Utilities has been included in a Missouri Supreme Court case that may clarify whether excess municipal utility charges can be used by other city departments.

The case before the Supreme Court involves the city of Hermann, which a local business alleged raised utility rates more than needed and used the excess cash to bolster the city’s general fund.
The business lost the case, but the court’s decision was reversed on appeal and is now before the Supreme Court.

Attorney General Chris Koster filed the “friend of the court” brief today.
It includes utility information from several city audits that State Auditor Susan Montee has done in recent years - including a 2007 audit of City Utilities in Springfield.

Montee and Koster believed the practice violates the state’s Hancock Amendment, which requires a public vote before taxes can be increased.

According to Koster and Montee, the cities of Marcelene, Salem, Farmington, Lebanon and LaPlata also overcharged ratepayers.. Click Here for more info.

Hotline Set Up To Catch Voter Fraud

If you notice instances of voter fraud or election rights abuses when you head to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 2, the U.S. Attorney's Office wants to hear from you.
The Attorney's Office will operate a hotline the public can call to report voter fraud in eastern Missouri during the November General Election. The hotline can be reached at (314) 539-7733. The hotline's part of a coordinated effort between the U.S. Attorney's Office, and the U.S. Justice Department
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NASA mission will take astronauts to Mars -- and leave them there forever!

Astronauts would be marooned on the planet's surface and would never be able to return home due to cost

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University Hospital lockdown in Columbia: Killer still loose


Major manhunt underway across Mid-Missouri - Person-of-interest in three murders in Holts Summit area

Columbia, MO (KSDK) -- Officials with University Hospital in Columbia said the facility went on lockdown around noon.
The lockdown is in response to a threat from an individual, according to police. A spokesperson for the Mid-Missouri Major Case Squad said the individiual is a suspect in three murders in Callaway County committed this morning. A fourth person who was wounded by that suspect according to police and was taken to University Hospital. Authorities believe the suspect may be headed to the hospital to kill his wounded victim.

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Weird News: Attempted Suicide via Fire

A 48-year-old Columbia man was caught by deputies early Wednesday morning after he told officials that he tried to commit suicide by blowing up his truck.
Around 1:15 a.m. Washington police tried to stop the driver who had evaded deputies in Warren County earlier that night.
The vehicle finally came to a stop in a wooded area and was fully involved in fire about a mile west of the Washington city limits.
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WEB VIDEO OF THE DAY: Fancy iced tea pouring

A man in Thailand does more than serve iced tea; he also dishes out a dose of entertainment.

Bearcats win Tournament: High School Volleyball

Class 2 District 8 at Hermann
Hermann defeated Linn 2-0
Dixon defeated Steelville 2-0
Tournament Winners-Hermann defeated Dixon 2-0

Hermann High School Volleyball Roster

1Ashley KleyOHJr.5-5
3Natalie WitteOHSo.5-9
4Shelby WinkelmannMBSr.5-9
5Abby WitthausSSo.5-6
6Laura RethemeyerOPPJr.5-10
7Brenna BruckerhoffOHJr.5-7
8Kaitlyn LaboubeSSr.5-8
9Brooke WitthausOHSr.5-7
10Lauren DudgeonMBSr.5-10
11Corby HackmannOHSr.5-8
12Hannah SteinbeckOHJr.6-1
16Ashley BrooksLSr.5-3

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'Government Doesn't Suck' march planned...

 National news just keeps on getting silly!!!
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Mo. senator urges leniency for arrested MU fans

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