Arrests made in Jefferson City shooting that injured two

Jefferson City Police have made arrests in what they're calling a drive-by shooting Monday afternoon.

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Police respond to bank robbery in northeast Columbia

Police responded to a bank robbery in northeast Columbia around noon on Monday.

Prison time reduced for man convicted of deadly DWI crash

A Mid-Missouri judge is reducing the prison time for a man found guilty of a deadly drinking and driving crash.

Arrests made in Jefferson City shooting that injured two

Jefferson City Police have made arrests in what they're calling a drive-by shooting Monday afternoon.

Suspect photo released in Columbia bank robbery

Columbia Police have released a suspect photo following a December 9 robbery at UMB bank on Chapel Hill Road and Forum Boulevard.

Cars broken into in south Columbia

Columbia Police are investigating multiple cars broken into on the south side of town. 

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Missouri to increase minimum wage on Jan. 1

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri's low-wage workers are getting a small pay hike in 2015.

Tuskegee Airman receives honorary degree

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Columbia College has awarded an honorary degree to a former member of the famed Tuskegee Airmen.

Fake signatures suspected in early voting measure

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Missouri secretary of state's office says it referred several cases of potential fraud to local prosecutors this year involving an initiative petition drive about early voting.

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Ameren Missouri plans $135M in energy efficiency

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri's largest electric company says it plans to invest $135 million in energy efficiency programs for customers over a three-year period.

Columbia mayor proposes new plan to hire public safety officers

The mayor of Columbia outlined a new plan to hire three more public safety officers. It doesn't involve raising taxes, like the proposed raise on property tax on the November ballot, but by paying off millions of dollars of debt in the city's police and fire pension fund.

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De Blasio grapples with police shootings

The point-blank shooting of two New York City police officers this weekend is testing whether Mayor Bill de Blasio's brand of unapologetic liberalism can work in a city that's spent decades under mayors who made law and order a top priority.

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