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Eastbound I-70 still moving slowly in west Columbia

Eastbound traffic on Interstate 70 in west Columbia continues to move slowly, and is down to one lane. The affected area is between the Sorrels overpass and the West Boulevard exit. There is a trooper from the Missouri State Highway Patrol in the area helping to direct traffic.

Four people arrested during drug bust in Fulton

Four people have been arrested following a drug bust in south Fulton. On Wednesday afternoon, investigators from three agencies carried out search warrants in the area of St. Francois Street and West Chestnut Street.

Children at head start program plant garden, learn about healthy food

Children at the Park Avenue Head Start in Columbia have started a garden that will help teach them about cultivating and caring for, as well as the importance of, healthy foods like vegetables.

MU Health announces a major orthopedic donation

The University of Missouri announced a $3 million gift courtesy of the Thompson family on Thursday morning. The donation will help fund research for regenerative orthopaedics. 

One arrested following drug search in Columbia

ABC 17 News has confirmed one person was arrested after a short chase and a search for drugs in a truck in Columbia.

Cole County aims for 'Agri-Ready' status

Commissioners in Cole County filed an application to Missouri Farmers Care for an "Agri-Ready" designation. 

One in custody after shooting in Jefferson City Wednesday

Police say they have arrested one person after a shooting in Jefferson City Wednesday.

UM Curators finalize Presidential search document

The University of Missouri Curators and the Presidential Search Committee have finalized the document the search firm will use to find candidates. 

Hanover Blvd residents voice their concerns

Hanover Blvd residents concerned after WWII Veteran gets beat up

Residents near Hanover Blvd are voicing their concerns after a WWII Veteran is attacked in their neighborhood.

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Fort McMurray fire: Evacuees flee again

Cameron Spring had 30 minutes to pack up a lifetime of memories from the house he grew up in.

The raging wildfire in Fort McMurray, Alberta, raced toward his home, swallowing everything in its path.

"We had next to no warning," the 27-year-old said. ...

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