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Newburg R-II Schools closing due to flu

Newburg R-II Schools closing due to flu

A Mid-Missouri school is closing because so many students have the flu.

Sony cancels The Interview premiere

Today, Sony canceled the premiere of The Interview.

State officials choose new education commissioner

A new Missouri education commissioner has been chosen to replace a leader who faced frequent criticism while dealing with struggling districts.

Missouri sets its first execution of 2015

The Missouri Supreme Court on Wednesday set the execution date for 45-year-old Marcellus Williams. It would be Missouri's first execution in 2015, after a state record 10 inmates were put to death this year.

Man arrested in Boone County for burglary, assault

A man from Gasconade County was arrested fur burglary and assault near Ashland Tuesday night.

New proposal could cut business fees in Missouri

Fees paid by Missouri businesses could become the overall lowest in the nation-that's if legislation filed Tuesday by Senator Wayne Wallingford, on behalf of Secretary of State Jason Kander, is passed next year.

Fall from building sheds light on tenant complaint program

After a 19-year-old is critically injured from falling off a balcony, we're looking who is responsible for keeping properties up to code.

Officials have concerns about new powdered alcohol product

Palcohol is alcohol in the form of powder. It was approved by the federal government in April. But Det. Tom O'Sullivan at the Boone County Sheriff's Department believes the product will only give minors easier access to alcohol.

No more code violations for formerly trashed home in Cole County

During the summer ABC 17 News reported on a house in Jefferson City filled with trash, including soiled diapers, cockroaches and debris. Since then, Ott Property Services has worked hard to clean up the property, bringing it up to code.

Five armed robberies in Columbia go unsolved

Columbia businesses concerned for safety after five armed robberies

Tuesday, suspects are still on the loose after five armed robberies at Columbia businesses in a little over a week.

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US set to blame North Korea for Sony hack

The U.S. is getting ready to blame North Korea for the mega hack on Sony Pictures, as the studio said Wednesday it would cancel next week's planned release of its controversial comedy "The Interview."

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