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MUPD identified person who used alleged racial slur on campus

The University of Missouri has identified the person who allegedly used a racial slur while a group of students were doing a practice skit on campus Sunday night. Watch MU Chancellor Bowen Loftin's response here.

Buses get facelift in Jefferson City

Jefftran is getting an updated logo and new bus shelters. Drivers can also expect different uniforms, breaking away from what transit director Mark Mehmert describes as the "mall cop" look.

One man charged after two women robbed outside Columbia church

Charges were filed Tuesday morning against 43-year old Glen E. Lewis who is accused of robbing two women outside a Columbia church Monday.

Columbia man arrested for meth after traffic stop

A Columbia man was arrested after a traffic stop turned into a drug bust Monday morning.

MU Health enhances security measures at facilities

The MU Health System sent an email to employees Tuesday afternoon alerting them to enhanced security measures in system facilities.

Man walking along I-70 arrested on several warrants

A man was arrested back in August by Highway Patrol troopers after they spotted him walking along I-70 in Montgomery County.

Columbia Public Schools holding abuse prevention preview night

Columbia Public Schools will be talking to parents about keeping kids from sexual predators and other abusers Tuesday.

Cole Co. man charged after apparently stealing from cars in Jefferson City

A Cole County man was charged in July after allegedly stealing from multiple cars on Woodlander Road in Jefferson City.

Columbia boil advisory

Boil-water advisory lifted in Columbia

A boil water advisory has been lifted for parts of Columbia Tuesday afternoon.

Columbia man charged after attacking, attempting to kidnap teen girl

A Columbia man is charged with attempted rape, assault, and attempted kidnapping after he allegedly tried to pick up a 17-year-old girl in Boone County.

South Carolina road destroyed

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South Carolina not out of danger yet

The rain may have stopped, but South Carolina is grappling with a host of new concerns. Dam breaks. Billions of dollars in damage. And rivers that still haven't crested.

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