Posted 1:00 PM 5/5/2014 by Devon Fasbinder, KOMU 8 Digital Producer
CALLAWAY COUNTY - The Callaway County Circuit Court reported a man pleaded guilty Monday to the murder of an Auxvasse-area family.
Prosecutors arraigned Ryan and Jacie Coari back in 2011. Prosecutors charged Ryan Coari with first-degree murder and Jacie Coari with second-degree murder. The two are accused of killing Michael Wieberg and Amanda Weiberg in September of 2011.
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Posted 4:28 PM 4/30/2014 by Katie Kiebles, KOMU 8 Digital Producer
FULTON - Dominic Gines, 22, is being charged with five different counts including felony property damage and felony assault on law enforcement for threatening officers with a pipe at Callaway Community Hospital Wednesday.
Police said Gines was destroying property with a metal pipe and staff had locked themselves into an office when police arrived.
Gines was then transported to the Fulton State Hospital. Property damages are estimated to be up to $10,000.
Posted 11:30 PM 4/26/2014 by Lee Anne Denyer, KOMU 8 Digital Producer
FULTON - A helicopter transported a Columbia man to the hospital after he was shot at a Fulton park, according to the Fulton Police Department.
A release from the Fulton Police Department indicated officers responded to a shots fired call at Carver Park in Fulton around 8:30 p.m. Officers (More)
Posted 6:33 PM 4/25/2014 by Lee Anne Denyer, KOMU 8 Digital Producer
FULTON - The Mid-Missouri Unified Strike Team and Narcotics Group (MUSTANG) Drug Task Force arrested two people after a search warrant in Fulton led investigators to drugs, money and firearms Friday.
Sgt. Mike Sneller of the Cole County Sheriff's Department said detectives seized suspected (More)
Posted 6:54 PM 4/23/2014 by Jessica Park, KOMU 8 Reporter
FULTON - The Fulton City Council voted Tuesday to hire J.C. Industries in Jefferson City for the Seventh Street bridge project.
The city hired an engineering consultant to design the structure of the bridge and had six different bidders that competed to get the job.
"We interviewed (More)
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Posted 8:59 PM 4/15/2014 by Michael Doudna, KOMU 8 Reporter
FULTON - The Fulton City Council met Tuesday to hear possible solutions which would prevent the city from losing more money on unpaid utilities.
The city is losing an estimated $170,000 on utilities annually.
The city's first plan was to have the city's landlords partially (More)
Posted 10:34 AM 4/14/2014 by Devon Fasbinder, KOMU 8 Digital Producer
FULTON - Governor Jay Nixon announced the selection of a lead design firm Monday that will rebuild Fulton State Mental Hospital.
"With conditions at Fulton deteriorating daily, putting patients and caregivers at risk, having the lead design firm in place will ensure the planning and design (More)
Posted 10:50 AM 4/12/2014 by Andrea Gonzales, KOMU 8 Digital Producer
FULTON - Fulton police arrested a man after responding to a theft from Break Time early Saturday morning.
Fulton police said they arrived at 399 West 4th Street around 2:30 a.m. and saw a vehicle on Hickman Ave., driven by Tylor Bradley.
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Posted 12:46 PM 4/11/2014 by Tatiana Darie, KOMU 8 Reporter
FULTON - Callaway County honored its crime victims at a ceremony in Fulton on Friday afternoon.
Around 70 mid-Missourians gathered at the John C. Harris Community Center to share their stories and commemorate crime victims and those who advocate on their behalf.
Each April, the (More)
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Posted 3:50 PM 4/4/2014 by Colleen Menadier, KOMU 8 Reporter
FULTON - Hundreds of homes and vehicles are left damaged Friday from the large amounts of hail earlier in the week.
With the need to repair homes and vehicles, temporary vendors are appearing around Fulton to provide repair services.
Fulton's Administrative Office sent out a press (More)
Posted 2:58 PM 4/2/2014 by Jen Lask, KOMU 8 Reporter
FULTON - The city of Fulton's utility advisory board is working to solve the problem of unpaid residential utility bills. The biggest issue, the board said, is with final bills once tenants move out.
"It's been an issue for quite some time but the losses increase annually," Kathy (More)
Posted 12:20 PM 4/2/2014 by Andrew Kauffman, KOMU 8 Reporter
FULTON - Mid-Missouri saw its share of bad weather Wednesday morning. In Fulton, large hail piled up on streets and buildings throughout town.
William Woods University campus security said they heard several cars were damaged, but officers hadn't seen it for themselves. They also (More)