Suspects in Hy-Vee shooting turn themselves in

Investigators say two suspects have turned themselves in after a shooting at the Hy-Vee on Truman Blvd.

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Ferguson Commission member speaks out

Few meetings held by panel examining Nixon's actions

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A legislative panel that said it would investigate Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon's decisions involving the state's response to last year's Ferguson protests has met just twice since December.

Dashboard camera footage shows fatal encounter with deputy

At 10:05 p.m., the dispatcher tells them all about the shooting. 


6 University of Missouri students confirmed with mumps

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Lab results have confirmed that six University of Missouri students came down with the mumps, while a seventh suspected case came back negative.

Man arrested in teen's shooting death over the weekend

Sedalia police confirm one man has been arrested for a weekend shooting that left one teenager dead. Brian Young, 34, of Sedalia, told investigators he was being robbed at gunpoint before he fired once, hitting 16 year-old Andrew Meyers.

Police investigating home invasion in central Columbia

Two suspects remain on the loose after a home invasion with a gun in central Columbia.

Suspects in Hy-Vee shooting turn themselves in

Investigators say two suspects have turned themselves in after a shooting at the Hy-Vee on Truman Blvd.

State fire officials push for home fire sprinkler legislation

State fire officials push for home fire sprinkler legislation

So far this year, fires have killed 50 people in Missouri and more than 14,000 people nationwide, according to the U.S. Fire Administration.

Heroin in mid-Missouri

Heroin deaths in the U.S. quadruple, with the greatest increase in usage in the Midwest. ABC 17's Marissa Hollowed speaks with an undercover sergeant of the Columbia Police narcotics unit, an addiction specialist and a recovering heroin addict to see why the drug is killing so many people.

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Jefferson City officials to discuss proposed city budget

Jefferson City's budget committee meets Monday evening to discuss the proposed city budget.

Missouri bills on financial aid for some immigrants disputed

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — The status of legislation to block scholarships and financial aid for Missouri students whose parents brought them illegally to the U.S. is being disputed.

Donald Trump in Iowa July 18, 2015

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Top Trump aide apologizes for 'rape' comment

A top adviser to Donald Trump apologized Tuesday for comments he made in an explosive interview while defending the Republican presidential candidate from a decades-old rape accusation.

Michael Cohen, special counsel to Trump and an executive vice pre...

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