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Columbia police arrest third suspect after string of December robberies

On Friday, police arrested the third and final suspect for a Jimmy John's robbery on December 7 in north Columbia. But ABC 17 News also confirmed the two other suspects are linked to five more business robberies.

Troopers investigating officer-involved shooting in California, Mo.

Officers were trying to arrest a man at 608 S. Taylor who had active warrants out for his arrest. The suspect came out with what appeared to be an assault rifle. He was shot and went to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

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Strategic plan calls for more public safety officials, closing wage gap

The Columbia City Manager announced a new strategic plan to city leaders Friday morning.

Hundreds attend funeral for fallen state trooper killed in Audrain Co. crash

Hundreds attended a Friday funeral for a fallen Missouri State Highway Patrol Trooper.

Chick-fil-A opening in Columbia, 90 jobs created

Columbia's first Chick-fil-A restaurant is slated to open on September 16, creating 90 new jobs. 

Jefferson City woman arrested for drugs, endangering child

A Jefferson City woman was arrested Wednesday for drug possession and endangering the welfare of a child after her toddler was found walking around the neighborhood carrying a knife.

More than a dozen heroin overdoses reported in Pulaski Co. in 10 days

More than a dozen heroin overdoses were reported in Pulaski County in a 10 day period starting August 17.

MU track athlete suspended, accused of abusing dog

The University of Missouri has confirmed a member of the men's track & field team is suspended indefinitely. 

Moberly woman arrested for DWI

A 19-year-old Moberly woman was arrested for DWI after an accident on S. Morely St.

Troopers monitor roadways for holiday weekend

Troopers monitoring holiday traffic in Mid-Missouri

Extra troopers are already out Friday night ahead of the holiday weekend.


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Dozens sickened in Arizona salmonella outbreak

At least 66 people are sick in Arizona following a salmonella outbreak linked to cucumbers grown in Mexico, health officials said

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