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Tow truck driver beaten, stabbed weeks ago still recovering from attack

The tow truck driver beaten and robbed suffers seizures and needs surgery because of attack.

Osage County leaders ask sheriff to resign

The Osage County Commission has asked Sheriff Michael Dixon to step down, a day after he lost his peace officer's license. On Tuesday commissioners drafted a solution to request his resignation.

Columbia man sentenced for child porn involving Boy Scouts

A Columbia man was sentenced to 20 years in prison without parole Tuesday by a federal court for using a false identity to lure 7 boys into child pornography.

Department of Social Services asking for more money

The Department of Social Services gets $8 billion each year from the state of Missouri, more money than any other government agency.

Missouri lawmakers working on bill to protect human trafficking survivors

Missouri lawmakers working on bill to protect human trafficking survivors

Tuesday, lawmakers are working on a bill that would protect human trafficking survivors.

Missouri State Capitol

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Missouri House panel talks new process for minor's abortion

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri Republican lawmakers want to expand notification requirements for minors in the state seeking abortions.

Progress continues on new Boone Co. 911 center

Leaders said they're making progress but they still have a lot of work to go on the new 911 center north of Columbia.

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Former Columbia Police officer wins lawsuit against city

A former Columbia Police officer has won his lawsuit against the city that fired him more than three years ago.

Columbia Catholic school officials announce changes

Columbia Catholic school officials Tuesday announced an executive committee to make some major changes.

Complete interview with Rep Keith English

Missouri Democratic House member switches to independent

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri lawmaker who sided with Republicans on tax cuts is leaving the Democratic Party to become an independent.

Car buried in snow in Cambridge Mass

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New England digs out after major winter storm

Sgt. Jennifer Bruno knew the blizzard battering New England might be brutal.

So as the storm hit, she spent Monday night at a friend's house. When she returned to her coastal home in Marshfield, Massachusetts, Tuesday, she discovered a devastating sce...

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