Firefighters, Ameren on scene of fire caused by lightning strike

UPDATE 6:48am: Fire crews are working to repair a possible gas line rupture in west Columbia, after lightning struck a tree in the area.

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Firefighters, Ameren on scene of fire caused by lightning strike

UPDATE 6:48am: Fire crews are working to repair a possible gas line rupture in west Columbia, after lightning struck a tree in the area.

At least 55 without power near Jefferson City after storms hit area

Ameren Missouri is reporting 55 customers were without power Thursday morning.

Stover man guilty of sodomy, child molestation

A 73-year-old Stover man could spend the rest of his life in prison after a Boone County jury's decision.

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Democrat calls for VA chief's resignation

The calls are growing for the resignation of U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald.

Driver, child hurt in crash on Hwy. 40 blocking Midway Elementary

A two-vehicle crash was blocking access to a school just west of Columbia Wednesday morning.

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Three people injured in Jefferson City crash

Three people suffered minor injuries Wednesday night after a crash in Jefferson City.

City commission says East Campus lighting is adequate

Columbia's Environment and Energy Commission voted Tuesday night to recommend to the city council not to hire an outside consultant to evaluate the lighting in the East Campus neighborhood.

Suspended fire chief pleads guilty to child sex crimes

A suspended fire chief has pleaded guilty to child sex crimes in Saline County, and has been sentenced to 13 years in prison.

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Is natural mosquito repellent the best option for you?

According to the CDC, natural mosquito repellent isn't the best option of trying to keep mosquitoes away. 

Few safe rooms in Mid-Missouri despite tornado prone region

So far, this spring has been a quiet severe weather season in Mid-Missouri.

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Why is Obama visiting Hiroshima?

President Barack Obama's visit to Hiroshima Friday is a trip more than six years in the making by a man who has sought to recognize history without being what he has called "imprisoned" by it.

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