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RoundUp: convicted of murder, drought conditions & a convicted felon arrested






















Bus tour from Kansas stops along riverfront in Keokuk




While Tri-State Area residents go about their daily business, a group of local residents take some time out of their day to promote the community as a great place to spend time and money.




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Bloomfield man and woman go one, two, three and four in historical pieces competition




Historical Pieces Gain Renewed Recognition in State Fair Heritage Competition Iowans take a trip through history with the Heritage Exhibits contest judged prior to the start of the 2012 Iowa State Fair.





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Data leads city council to approve Tahoe for police




After responding to concerns from some councilmen about public perception, Police Chief Bruce Niggemeyer finally convinced the Fort Madison City Council that purchasing a 2012 Chevy Tahoe was the right move.


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Munzlinger says drought is pushing producers out





































Senate Agriculture Committee Chairman Brian Munzlinger continues to warn that the severe drought will "change the face" of Missouri ag.



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Pettey gets life




It's life in prison for the Hannibal man convicted of murdering his fiance just days before they walked down the aisle.



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Convicted felon arrested in Maries Co. drug bust


A belle couple was arrested early Tuesday morning after a drug bust in Maries County.



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