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US adds less-than-expected 160,000 jobs in April

The U.S. economy added a lower-than-expected 160,000 jobs in April and the unemployment rate remains at 5 percent.

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Mexico Public Safety warns businesses about counterfeit money use

Law enforcement in Mexico, Missouri is encouraging business owners to teach their employees how to identify fake money after getting reports of counterfeit money use. 

Centralia police make several arrests in drug round-up

Centralia police have arrested 10 people in a meth-related drug bust.

Special Report: Lawbreakers on the Ballot

As we head into this November's general election, many important issues and races will be determined.

Shelbyfest boosts Jefferson City's economy

Thousands of people are expected to visit downtown Jefferson City this weekend for the 10th Annual Shelbyfest.

Unified development code unveiled at planning and zoning meeting

City planners on Thursday will present an overview of their draft for the city's new "unified development code."

Crews save cat, dog from Ohio Street fire

ABC 17 News confirmed flames were contained to a living room, after firefighters save two pets in Jefferson City.

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Joint Communciations will soon move into new 911 facility

After nearly a year and a half, the construction company building the new Boone County emergency communications facility is close to handing over the keys to the county.  

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Missouri House oks bill allowing guns on campus

The Missouri House has passed a bill with a number of provisions aimed at expanding access to guns. Members voted 101-28 Thursday to pass the proposal, which was amended to allow fulltime employees to carry guns on college campuses, with some exceptions.

Inmate pleads guilty in assault on corrections officer

An inmate at the Jefferson City Correctional Center has pleaded guilty to attacking a corrections officer in May 2015.

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US hiring slows: Only 160,000 jobs added in April

U.S. companies didn't do much hiring in April.

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