JCPS names new superintendent

Jefferson City Public Schools has named a new superintendent after several months of searching.

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Prepackaged caramel apples linked to 5 deaths

WASHINGTON (AP) — Health officials say prepackaged caramel apples are linked to five deaths and more than two dozen illnesses in 10 states.

Eldon students gather to celebrate fellow classmate with brain cancer

Cancer can be difficult for anyone and any family, especially during the holidays.

Seibert to direct Missouri Gaming Commission

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Missouri Gaming Commission will be getting a new executive director next year.

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Prosecutor: Some Ferguson witnesses clearly lied

ST. LOUIS (AP) — The St. Louis County prosecutor who convened the grand jury that investigated the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown says some witnesses before the panel obviously lied under oath.

JCPS names new superintendent

Jefferson City Public Schools has named a new superintendent after several months of searching.

Man shot during armed robbery in Sedalia

ABC 17 News confirmed a man was shot around 1:30 p.m. Thursday after a business robbery on the corner of Ohio Avenue and Main Street in Sedalia.

Second man arrested in string of Columbia robberies

Police confirmed Friday a 16-year-old has become the second man arrested for a recent string of armed robberies in Columbia.

Tire tread one key to stopping slide-offs during winter weather

Car specialists said your tires are the most important aspect of car safety during winter.

Home owner and renter fight over raw sewage in basement

The city of Sedalia finds a home owner in violation of electrical, sewage and heating problems in a home that is being rented out to a family with three small children.

MoDot watching roads after more than 55 car crashes

Officials are urging drivers to slow down and use caution in roads re-freeze overnight.

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Obama: Sony 'made a mistake'

President Barack Obama prodded Congress to eliminate the United States' decades-old Cuba embargo Friday, saying that improving relations with the communist country will help open its "hermetically sealed society" -- even if changes come in "fits and ...

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