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Award-winning author, historian David McCullough to speak at MU Wednesday night

Historian and author David McCullough is scheduled to speak at the University of Missouri Wednesday night.

West Central Columbia Neighborhood Association development plans to be reviewed

A central Columbia neighborhood is set to review development plans involving the West Central Columbia Neighborhood Association with the public tonight.

Super Sam dedication

"Super Sam" remembered by dedication

A Mid-Missouri community is honoring a 6-year-old boy who died from cancer.

City investigating water issue on Business Loop 70

The city of Columbia said Tuesday night it's still working to find the source of a problem that's causing water to pool up along part of Business Loop 70.

Man leads Randolph County authorities on car chase

Man leads Randolph County authorities on car chase

A man is in custody Tuesday night in Randolph County, after police accuse him of leading them on a chase and having drugs.

Alleged Mid-Missouri cocaine dealer potentially exposes informants

The federal government Tuesday filed a letter of opposition in response to a request from the lawyer of an alleged Mid-Missouri cocaine dealer to allow him to keep court discovery while in jail.

Maries Co. Marine found dead on training range at Camp Pendleton

A U.S. Marine from Maries County was found dead with a gunshot wound to the head early Monday morning at Marine Corps Camp Pendleton.

Columbia Public Schools hold abuse prevention parent preview night

Columbia Public Schools hold abuse prevention parent preview night

Columbia Public Schools talked to parents about keeping children from sexual predators and other abusers Tuesday.

City of Fulton repairs fire truck after denying firefighters higher pay

Just one week after the Fulton City Council said firefighters would not be getting a pay raise, ABC 17 News has confirmed the city has taken a truck in for repairs.

Man connected to Mid-MO drug ring pleads guilty to supplying cocaine

A man accused of supplying cocaine to several alleged drug dealers in Mid-Missouri pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court.

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South Carolina still on edge from flooding

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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