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Drug cartels active in mid-Missouri

From Kansas City to Columbia to St. Louis, the drug cartel is actively smuggling drugs into 16 counties in the state of Missouri.

Local FBI agent accused of strangling teen

According to court documents, local FBI agent, Scott Armstrong, is accused of strangling a teen until he lost consciousness on March 1, 2014. Armstrong was just recently charged with third-degree assault for the incident.

Columbia city manager outlines proposed tax hike

Columbia City Manager, Mike Matthes outlined his budget proposal Friday morning. He calls the 2015 budget a, "watershed year". The budget is about $429 million dollars, with revenue of $399 million.

Committee makes recommendation for next Jefferson City fire chief

On Friday a committee made its final choice for the next Jefferson City fire chief. They picked Matt Schofield, who now serves as a captain.

Inmate escapes from jail in Sedalia

SEDALIA, Mo. (AP) — Authorities have been searching for an inmate who escaped from the Pettis County jail.

Moberly Police crack down on curfew violations

Moberly police crack down on curfew violations

The Moberly Police Department said Thursday it's cracking down on curfew violations.

Ex-Rep. Wallace named to Missouri education board

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A former southern Missouri lawmaker and school superintendent has been appointed to the State Board of Education.

Three charged for selling synthetic drugs in Miller Co.

Three people were charged following a Tuesday search warrant at the Eldon Puff & Snuff smoke shop.

Red Cross running low on blood, asking for donations

The American Red Cross says it needs blood donations as soon as possible to prevent a future crisis.

Osage County Sheriff faces more legal trouble

The Osage County Sheriff potentially faces more trouble after recent legal issues.

Gaza cease fire starts

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Cease-fire between Hamas, Israel starts

A 12-hour humanitarian cease-fire between Israel and Hamas started Saturday morning as diplomats worked to create a longer truce in the conflict that has killed more than 900 people -- mostly civilians.

The cease-fire started at 8 a.m. Saturday (1 a.m...

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