FBI agent found guilty of assaulting 13-year-old boy

A judge found an FBI agent guilty of assault on a minor after putting a 13-year-old boy in a chokehold last year.

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FBI agent found guilty of assaulting 13-year-old boy

A judge found an FBI agent guilty of assault on a minor after putting a 13-year-old boy in a chokehold last year.

Boone Co. road closed until September

Drivers in Boone County will want to take note of a road closure that will last through the fall.

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Training exercise executed at Callaway Energy Center

Officials with FEMA, Callaway, Gasconade, Osage, and Montgomery counties participated in a training exercise dealing with the Callaway Energy Center Monday.

Jury deliberating in federal Columbia drug trafficking trial

A Missouri man and woman are in day two of their federal trial for their role in a drug trafficking ring busted in Columbia.

Convicted Morgan Co. murderer: "I didn't know what I was doing"

The man who admitted to his role in killing a Morgan County couple learned his punishment in LaClede County court Monday.

Woman arrested for meth after trying to run from police

A Maplewood woman was arrested Friday night after trying to run from police.

Two arrested in Mexico drug bust

A drug bust in Audrain County led to two arrests Monday night.

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JCPD investigating shots fired incident

Jefferson City Police are still investigating after shots were fired Monday night shortly before 11:00 p.m. 

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Missouri House OKs bonding plan for state building repairs

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Missouri House has approved a plan to use bonds to repair the Capitol and other state-owned buildings.

Missouri lawmakers override veto to enact welfare limits

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri lawmakers have overridden a veto to enact a law removing several thousand low-income families from a welfare program.

Baltimore police in the streets

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Baltimore PD: 'We are part of the problem'

Baltimore's police commissioner says he didn't know that six of his officers would face charges -- some including second degree murder and manslaughter -- in the death of Freddie Gray until 10 minutes before it was announced on national television.

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