Two people die in Mid-Missouri house fire

ABC 17 News has confirmed two people are dead after an early morning house fire in Mexico, Mo., about 45 minutes northeast of Columbia.

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Missouri governor calls for changes to municipal courts

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri's governor says municipal courts need to be reformed to restore trust between citizens and the government eroded by abuses like those detailed in a Department of Justice report on Ferguson.

Mid-Missouri man arrested on 14 warrants

A Mid-Missouri man was arrested in Randolph County for multiple charges.

Columbia man threatens to kill woman, child

A Columbia man was arrested Thursday after reportedly threatening to kill a woman and child last month.

Columbia SWAT team busts repeat meth offender

A Columbia man was arrested Wednesday after police found drugs meth and drug paraphernalia in his home.

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Man accused in Randolph Co. murder appears in court

A murder case in Randolph Co. moved forward Friday.

Two people die in Mid-Missouri house fire

ABC 17 News has confirmed two people are dead after an early morning house fire in Mexico, Mo., about 45 minutes northeast of Columbia.

Attorney General stops online payday lenders in Missouri

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Eight online payday lenders operated by one man from a South Dakota reservation will repay Missouri consumers who were charged excess fees under the terms of a settlement.

Columbia woman arrested for Rice Road shooting

Mistrial declared in double shooting during last year's Super Bowl

A mistrial was declared on Friday for a Columbia woman accused of a double shooting during last year's Super Bowl. The defense claimed they did not receive a police recording with one of the main witnesses until 6:30 p.m. Thursday.

Calls to Boone County 911 increase in 2014

Calls made to 911 in Boone County have jumped again, for the seventh year in a row.

Traffic temporarily shut down in Columbia for liquid spill

An unknown substance was leaking from a container that shut down traffic in Columbia Thursday afternoon.

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Top GOP leaders to skip Selma

Top Republican leaders on Capitol Hill won't join the largest bipartisan congressional delegation ever in Selma, Alabama, this weekend to mark the 50th anniversary of the Bloody Sunday civil rights march.

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