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Pedestrian hit, driver allegedly flees scene in East Columbia

Right now, Columbia Police are on scene in East Columbia after a pedestrian was hit by a car--and the driver allegedly fled the scene. 

One man shot in west Columbia

Columbia Police are investigating a shooting that happened Friday night near Pennant Street and Worley Street. 

One in custody, two injured after shooting in Eugene

One person is in custody and two have been injured after a shooting in Eugene. 

Eric Greitens holds rally in Columbia ahead of primary election

Republican gubernatorial candidate Eric Greitens is holding a rally at his field office in Columbia, just days ahead of the primary election. 

Opening of Missouri River Bridge in Jefferson City delayed

The Missouri Department of Transportation announced Friday that the opening of the westbound bridge over the Missouri River in Jefferson City will be delayed.

Community helping solve homicide

CPD says community has helped with homicide investigation

Two days after a Columbia teen Marquez Reed was murdered, the accused shooter is still on the run.

State health workers confirm additional Zika virus cases

State health workers confirm additional Zika virus cases

The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services confirmed three additional Zika virus cases on Friday.

UPDATE: New details emerge in Columbia's latest murder

UPDATE 7/29, 11:08 a.m.: Tyrone James Jr., the accused shooter, is still at large Friday morning, but ABC17 News has obtained the court documents in the case that provide new details about shooting.

Student loans

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Student loans will continue to grow for years to come

The University of Missouri will begin classes for the fall semester in less than thirty days. 

Convicted killer tied to Mid-Missouri murder denied parole in Kansas

Martin Priest, a convicted killer tied to a Mid-Missouri murder case, has been denied parole for a murder in Kansas.

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Is Brazil ready for the 2016 Games?

In just one week, the eyes of the world will be on Rio de Janeiro as the Olympic Games arrive in South America for the first time.

The buildup to Rio 2016 has been beset by political, economic and health crises, while doping has cast a shadow over spo...

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