Jefferson City mayor not running again

ABC 17 News confirmed Jefferson City mayor, Eric Struemph, is not running for another term.


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Jefferson City mayor not running again

ABC 17 News confirmed Jefferson City mayor, Eric Struemph, is not running for another term.


Group discusses future of Rock Quarry Road

The Scenic Rock Quarry Road Advisory Group met Wednesday night to decide by what guidelines future projects on the road should operate.

Accused killer shares his side of the story: "I didn't do it, it was just an accident"

A Mid-Missouri man accused of murdering his wife says he didn't do it and that it was just an accident.

First ward constituents push to recall Chadwick

Columbia 1st Ward constituents are crying foul after their council member, Ginny Chadwick, voted against decriminalizing the cultivation of marijuana in Columbia.  Chadwick's constituents said that's not what she said she would do and now their pushing to recall her from City Council.  

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Drugs, weapons found in Jefferson City home after man shoots at car

A man was arrested after shooting at a car with people inside, and drugs were found in his home.

Lawmakers: Missouri not ready for Ebola outbreak

Members of the Missouri Senate said in a meeting Wednesday the state is not ready for an Ebola outbreak.

Missouri DNR containing a manure fertilizer spill

The Missouri Department of Natural Resources said it is in the process of containing and cleaning up a large manure fertilizer spill in Callaway County.

Police identify two suspects in summer robbery

Boonville Police identify two suspects in summer robbery

A Columbia man accused of a Mid-Missouri crime spree is now being linked to another robbery.

Boone Hospital south campus progress on track

Progress continues on the new south campus of Boone Hospital Center. 

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Police looking for man who led them on chase

Columbia Police are looking for a man who led them on a chase through the city Wednesday afternoon. 

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper hugs Opposition Leader Thomas Mulcair

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Ottawa shooting suspect tied to jihadists

The suspect in Wednesday's shootings in Ottawa had "connections" to jihadists in Canada who shared a radical Islamist ideology, including at least one who went overseas to fight in Syria, multiple U.S. sources told CNN on Thursday.

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