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Fire damages Gates Rubber Corporation

The Columbia Fire Department responded to a structure fire at Gates Rubber Corporation Saturday morning at about 10:30.

One person killed in crash on I-70

The Missouri State Highway Patrol confirmed one person is dead after a crash on Interstate 70 eastbound Saturday.

Firefighters respond to grass fire in Boone County

Firefighters respond to grass fire in Boone County

Boone County firefighters responded to a grass fire southeast of Columbia Saturday.

Teacher life-flighted after chemistry lab explosion at Slater High School

UPDATE: As of Saturday morning, the teacher is in fair condition at University Hospital. 

Body found near Hinkson Creek in Columbia

UPDATE: Police do not suspect foul play after a body is pulled from a Columbia Creek. 

Disabled Boonville Veteran VA Issues

Boonville Veteran charged with hidden fees

Hundreds of complaints were filed into the Veterans Affairs office in 2015 and that number seems to continue to rise. A Boonville Veteran called into ABC 17 to get help for a problem that he fears many other veterans face. 

Police: man who cut off ankle bracelet arrested in fight

A man is back behind bars, after getting picked up on an arrest warrant for removing his ankle bracelet. Toriano Leavell was already on parole for drugs and burglary before this week's latest domestic assault.

Man arrested for marijuana, pills after Fulton raid

Fulton police confirms a man was arrested Friday following a raid by a MUSTANG drug task force near Crestwood Drive and Westminster Avenue.

Protesters disrupt UM Board of Curators meeting

Students express frustration over slow changes at MU

During a second day of meetings, the UM Board of Curators invited a panel of students to talk about campus diversity.

Officials to decide whether home is public nuisance in Columbia

Other efforts are moving forward on deciding whether a home in central Columbia should be torn down.

Blake Fitzgerald and girflfriend

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Hostages: 'Bonnie and Clyde' bid family goodbye

Hours before a shootout that stopped a multistate crime spree, police say, a modern-day Bonnie and Clyde burst into one more home and held their last captives as Florida law enforcement officers pursued them.

The duo kept the residents -- a Pensacola ...

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