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Highway Patrol steps up enforcement for holiday weekend

Highway Patrol steps up enforcement for holiday weekend

If you're traveling for the Memorial holiday, the Missouri Highway Patrol wants you to know its stepping up patrol.  Extra troopers will be out catching speeders and enforcing traffic laws as part of a holiday safety campaign.  

The suspect is James Barton Horn Jr for killing Sedalia woman and son

Suspect in double murder remains at large

Police continue to search for James Horn, the prime suspect in the murders of Sandra Kay Hutton and her son Zachary.

Sentence for persistent drug offender commuted

Governor Jay Nixon has commuted the sentence for Jeff Mizanskey, who has been serving a life sentence with no parole for a drug offense.

Columbia homes targeted in string of daytime burglaries

The Boone County Sheriff's Department is warning about a string of daytime burglaries in east and northeast Columbia.

New details released in arrest of man accused of threatening officer

Law enforcement officials in Alabama have released details about the arrest of Carl Roettgen, who is suspected of pointing a gun at a Mid-Missouri police officer.

MoDOT warns of Memorial Day travel delays

Officials with the Missouri Department of Transportation are warning drivers to plan extra travel time this weekend because of Memorial Day.

Sprinkler soaks apartment at Paquin Tower

Unattended cooking is being blamed for setting off a sprinkler at Paquin Tower in Columbia.

Police investigate shooting in Central Columbia

Police investigate central Columbia shooting

Columbia police have located shell casings in a central city shooting.

Crews respond to car accident off I-70

Emergency crews respond to I-70 accident

The accident happened near the 135 mile marker near the Boone and Callaway county line.

UPDATE: Authorities take man into custody after I-70 Drive standoff

UPDATE (12:14 a.m.): Missouri State Highway Patrol troopers took one man into custody, after a standoff in Boone County.

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Report: Man convicted in Levy case may get new trial

The man convicted of killing Washington intern Chandra Levy may get a new trial after government attorneys withdrew their opposition, The Associated Press reported.

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