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Ferguson chief mulls scathing US critique of his department

FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) — The police chief in Ferguson, Missouri, says he's still reviewing a Justice Department report that lays bare what U.S. investigators contend are racist, profit-driven law enforcement practices in the St. Louis suburb.

Russellville man found guilty of domestic assault

A Russellville man was found guilty Wednesday of domestic assault.

Man arrested for breaking into ex-girlfriend's house

A Fulton man was arrested early Thursday morning after allegedly breaking into his ex-girlfriend's house.

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Boone Co. Joint Communications sees more 911 calls in 2014

Boone County Joint Communications announced Thursday that the number of 911 calls increased in 2014.

Mid-Missouri woman arrested for child porn

A Rocheport woman was arrested for child porn Wednesday.

Senate Judiciary Committee hears deadly force bill

Committee hears bill on police using deadly force

Just hours after the Department of Justice announced it will not charge Officer Darren Wilson Wednesday, one Missouri senator took action trying to change the system.

Pickpockets target shoppers in Columbia

Police said multiple pickpocket incidents in different stores around Columbia have been reported since mid-February.  Officials said the thieves mainly target elderly women.  In most cases, the victim had a purse sitting in the shopping cart's child safety seat.

Columbia woman arrested for Rice Road shooting

Trial begins in 2014 double shooting on Super Bowl Sunday

Opening statements are underway at the Boone County Courthouse in the trial for a 37-year-old woman accused of shooting two people in Columbia on Super Bowl Sunday in 2014. 

Governor responds to Department of Justice report on Ferguson

Governor Nixon responded to the Department of Justice report on police fairness in Ferguson. 

Southern storm cancels Columbia flights

Bad weather in the southern states is to blame for some cancelled flights in Mid-Missouri.

Drivers stuck in snow Kentucky

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Drivers in Kentucky on move again after hours stuck

Patrick and Sue Ellen Kilgallon knew the storm was coming. They tried to get out of northern Kentucky on Wednesday night. Instead, they got stuck in the snow on Interstate 65.

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