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Grandparents Conference

Local group helping grandparents raise younger children

In Missouri, around 78,000 children are living in grandparent-headed households.

The AARP says grandparents raising their grandchildren is a growing trend not only in the state, but nationally.

Company warns of utilities scam in Columbia

The owner of Sake Japanese Bistro and a few Jimmy John's franchises in Columbia said a man by the name of Jason Martinez tried to scam him.

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Columbia woman arrested for selling copyrighted movies

In January 2014, the Motion Pictures Association of America received a complaint that a mid-Missouri resident was selling copyrighted movies online.

Prosecutors file felony charge against Zach Price

Former Mizzou player is schedule to make his first court appearance Friday.

Craig Wood charged for murder of Springfield 10-year-old

Football coach pleads not guilty in girl's death

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — A southwest Missouri youth football coach accused of kidnapping, raping and killing a 10-year-old girl has pleaded not guilty

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Missouri House passes cannabis extract legislation

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Missouri House has approved legislation that would allow use of a cannabis extract by people whose epilepsy is not relieved by other types of treatments.

19-year-old woman killed in Highway 63 crash

One woman was killed and another seriously injured in a Thursday morning crash on Highway 63 near Ashland.

Boone County Snow Plow

Columbia, Jefferson City release winter snow removal budget numbers

Jefferson City Public Works met Thursday to discuss snow removal and overtime cost for the winter 2014 season.

Three charged for murder in a Columbia killing

On Thursday police released the names of two other people who were involved in Tuesday's shooting. ABC 17 News has already confirmed one man who was hurt is charged with second degree murder.

Thursday's Severe Threat

Strong to severe storms possible Thursday, Sunday

Isolated strong to severe storms are possible in mid-Missouri Thursday, and again on Sunday.

Danwon high school students pay tribute

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Back at school, S. Korean teens grieve

First days back at school are usually filled with optimism about what's ahead, but many students at Danwon High School near Seoul, South Korea, are looking back in mourning.

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