Osage County leaders ask sheriff to resign

The Osage County Commission is now asking Sheriff Michael Dixon to step down, a day after he lost his peace officer's license. On Tuesday commissioners drafted a solution to request his resignation.

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Osage County leaders ask sheriff to resign

The Osage County Commission is now asking Sheriff Michael Dixon to step down, a day after he lost his peace officer's license. On Tuesday commissioners drafted a solution to request his resignation.

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Sturgeon City Council discusses future of city's police chief

City officials may ask the police chief of a small Boone County town to step down.

Lake area house fire under investigation

Investigators are trying to determine the cause of a Monday morning fire near the Lake of the Ozarks.

Lack of snow leads to fixed roads in Columbia

Columbia officials said the lack of snow has a big impact on what road crews can do.

CoMo Entertainment owner Ben Bradley no-shows for court

Attorney General negotiates settlement with CoMO Entertainment owner

Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster announced Monday a settlement with CoMO Entertainment owner Ben Bradley.

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Proposal exempts banks from Missouri consumer protection law

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Lobbyists for banks and credit unions say an exemption from a state consumer-protection law is needed to prevent excessive lawsuits against financial institutions.

Man found guilty of child sex crimes in Phelps County

A Mountain Grove man was found guilty in Phelps County Court last week of charges stemming from the sexual assault of a child. 

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Columbia man pleads guilty to beating frat brother

A 22-year-old Columbia man pleaded guilty Friday in Callaway County Court to first degree assault after apparently beating a fellow fraternity brother in 2013.

Police still looking for suspects in Columbia home invasion

Columbia Police are still searching for suspects in an early Monday morning home invasion.

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Kuligowski will stay at Mizzou

Mizzou defensive line coach Craig Kuligowski says thanks but no thanks to Illinois, remains on Gary Pinkel's staff at Mizzou

Kenji Goto

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New apparent ISIS post threatens 2 captives

A video file posted online Tuesday purports to relay a new message from Japanese ISIS hostage Kenji Goto: He and a captive Jordanian military pilot will be killed in the next 24 hours if Jordan doesn't release a convicted would-be suicide bomber.

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