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Key facts on new recall for peaches, nectarines, plums and pluots

As more details emerge in this week's recall for Listeria on peaches and other fruit from California, here are some key facts about the latest public health alert.

Bridge reopened following 4-fatality crash near the Lake of the Ozarks

The Niangua Bridge on Highway 5 near the Lake of the Ozarks has reopened following a crash that left four people dead and another seriously injured.

Farmer's market food regulations similar to restaurants, grocery stores

A growing recall involving peaches and other fruit from California is raising food safety concerns across the country, and in Mid-Missouri.

Cole County Commission Chamber

Jefferson City road project moving forward

A Cole County road construction project is moving forward. The Cole County Commissioners met Wednesday morning to vote on the Lafayette Street enhancement project.

Breaking down Amendment 7, proposed sales tax increase for road improvements

Amendment 7 will raise the state sales tax by 3/4 of a cent if Missourian's vote yes on Amendment 7 on August 5th.

California man killed in Tuesday crash

A California man was killed in a Tuesday afternoon crash on Highway 50 near Business 50 West in Moniteau County.

Red Cross running low on blood, asking for donations

The American Red Cross says it needs blood donations as soon as possible to prevent a future crisis.

Hickman's Arnel Monroe pleads guilty to DWI charge

Monroe will serve two years probation along with several court-ordered conditions not made public for his second DWI since 2006.

Two arrested for meth and pot in Osage Co.

Two people were arrested for meth in Osage County early Tuesday morning after sheriff's deputies received a call for suspicious activity.

Clark Lane reopens in Columbia with wider shoulders

There is more room available for pedestrians walking on the side of Clark Lane. The road just opened Tuesday evening in northeast Columbia, after shutting down last week.

Joseph Wood executed Arizona

Arizona DOC/KPHO

Inmate 'gasped, snorted' during execution

Inmate Joseph Wood has been executed, said Arizona Attorney General spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham.

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