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Experts warn against moving scams as rental leases begin

University of Missouri students are getting ready to move back to Columbia for the upcoming fall semester. However, students and their parents should be aware of potential scams that come along with moving.

Business Loop interchange in Columbia opens

The new Business Loop interchange is expected to open by 5:00 p.m. Wednesday. The closure began 45 days ago meaning the contractor, Emery Sapp and Sons, hit their deadline. The contractor says outside of small miscellaneous projects like landscaping, the construction is complete. 

One person taken to hospital following crash in east Jefferson City

One person was taken to a Columbia hospital following a four-vehicle crash in eastern Jefferson City Wednesday afternoon.

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Cole County leaders demote EMS director

In a closed meeting Tuesday, The Cole County Commission voted unanimously to demote the head of the EMS department.

Missouri Hotel and Lodging Association sides with hoteliers over Proposition One

The Missouri Hotel and Lodging Association is now weighing in on the city of Columbia's proposal to increase Columbia's lodging tax rate from 4 to 5 percent.

Callaway County man charged in weekend shooting

Callaway County man charged in weekend shooting

A Callaway County man was charged in court Tuesday in connection with a weekend shooting.

Police arrest boyfriend of woman reported missing in Jefferson City

A Jefferson City man has been arrested in connection with an incident which prompted police to put out an endangered person advisory on Tuesday.

Gas leak contained in downtown Jefferson City

Electricity is now up and running in downtown Jefferson City, after a gas leak Wednesday morning.

Crews respond to multiple crashes on Hwy 63

The Columbia Fire Department and Boone County EMS responded a rollover crash on northbound Highway 63 near Broadway.

Man dies after jumping into I-70 traffic

A Columbia man died after jumping into traffic on I-70 Tuesday night.

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Obama to make case for Clinton, his legacy

President Barack Obama plans to deliver a high-profile job reference for Hillary Clinton on Wednesday, arguing that a long -- and in his view, overlooked -- career in public service has rendered her the most qualified candidate in history.

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