Top Stories

U.S. Senators to pursue legal action against

U.S. senators to take legal action against

 Several U.S. Senators have announced plans to take legal action against a controversial website that refuses to comply with a subpoena.

Training continues for new CPD outreach officers

Although the Columbia Police Department's Community Outreach Unit is still missing some officers, the team is already being active in connecting with neighbors.

Bill would target greater diversity among college leaders

Bill would target greater professional diversity among college leaders.

Bill would target greater professional diversity among college leaders.

Boone County fair moves to Sturgeon

After months of uncertainty, the Boone County fair has a new home.  The fair will move to Sturgeon. 

Twitter and Google ban Terrorist groups from their sites

Twitter and Google ban Terrorist groups from their sites

Twitter and Google have started a social war with Isis. The socia media outlets have been popular for terrorists to recruit, radicalize and raise money.

Twitter has already shut down 125,000 accounts since January 2015 and at least 46,000 of those twitter accounts were used by Isis supporters.

Twitter released in a…

Fire Prevention After House Fire

Chimney fires top concern after Columbia house burns

Chimney and electrical fires are more than half of the reported fires that happen during the winter months. The dangers of the winter were shown early Tuesday morning when a local home on Country Lane caught fire. The cause of the fire looked to be coming from the flue.

Death penalty lethal injection


Missouri Senate debates repealing death penalty

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Republican-led Missouri Senate for the first time in years debated a bill to repeal the state's death penalty, though the measure is unlikely to advance.

More top positions open up at the University of Missouri

Leaders at the University of Missouri are working to fill more open positions Tuesday.

Police, deputies called to fight involving gun south of Columbia

ABC 17 News learned one person is on the loose after law enforcement went to a fight involving a gun Tuesday afternoon just south of Columbia off Highway 63. The Boone County Sheriff's office tells ABC 17 News they had reports of a fight at a mobile home park in the area.

City of Columbia signs resolution to keep funding for Mizzou

Columbia school leaders voice support for MU

The University of Missouri is receiving new support from leaders at Columbia Public Schools.

Trump, Sanders split


Once longshots, Trump and Sanders win in NH

Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders cruised to early victories in the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday, while Ohio Gov. John Kasich is projected to finish second in the GOP race.

Multiple Republicans, including Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, for...

US & World NewsIn Partnership with CNN

More National News

Sports Headlines

More Sports

Health Headlines

More Health News

There are currently no severe weather alerts.
More Real Estate Essentials

Follow ABC 17 News Everywhere

ABC 17 News Most Popular Stories

ABC 17 Toolbox