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State Dept. to release Clinton emails Friday

The State Department will release 296 emails from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's account around 12:30 p.m. EDT Friday, department spokeswoman Marie Harf announced in a statement.


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Columbia homes targeted in string of daytime burglaries

The Boone County Sheriff's Department is warning about a string of daytime burglaries in east and northeast Columbia.

Police investigate shooting in Central Columbia

Police investigate central Columbia shooting

Columbia police have located shell casings in a central city shooting.

Crews respond to car accident off I-70

Emergency crews respond to I-70 accident

The accident happened near the 135 mile marker near the Boone and Callaway county line.

UPDATE: Authorities take man into custody after I-70 Drive standoff

UPDATE (12:14 a.m.): Missouri State Highway Patrol troopers took one man into custody, after a standoff in Boone County.

Columbia police respond to reports of shots fired in North Columbia

Columbia police have now cleared a crime scene in North Columbia.

CPS picks land for new school

CPS picks land for new elementary school

Plans are moving forward on building a new elementary school in east Columbia.  In a special session Thursday morning, school board members voted to approve negotiations to buy land for the school.   

MoDOT issues travel warning for I-70 westbound at Highway 65 this weekend

MoDOT has issued a travel warning for drivers heading west on I-70 between Kansas City and Columbia this weekend.

Cornejo enters race for Missouri House majority leader

St. Peters Rep. Robert Cornejo has entered what could be a crowded race for Missouri House majority leader.

The suspect is James Barton Horn Jr for killing Sedalia woman and son

Woman held captive found dead with son, suspect on the run

Clinton police officers find Sanda Kay Sutton and son Zachary Wade Sutton dead from gunshot wounds



Missouri secretary of state candidate files voter ID measure

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Republican candidate for Missouri secretary of state is pushing an initiative petition that would allow the Legislature to require voters to present photo identification at the polls.

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Suspect in Washington family's killings arrested

One week after a prominent Washington couple, their son and housekeeper were found dead in a charred mansion, authorities arrested a suspect in the killings after tracking him from New York back to the nation's capital.

Having "barely missed" suspect ...

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