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Columbia Police say body cameras on officers are working

All Columbia police officers have been wearing body cameras for a little over a month now.  Police Chief Ken Burton told city leaders Tuesday night that there is proof the cameras are working.

JC police investigate weekend brawl at Steak n' Shake

Jefferson City police are investigating a weekend brawl at a restaurant on Missouri Boulevard.

Surprise proposal brought in front of Jefferson City Council

During Tuesday's Jefferson City Council meeting, the Chamber of Commerce proposed a joint venture between the city, Parks and Recreation, and Special Olympics to build a multi-purpose room on land owned by the Jefferson City School District, off Highway 179.

Road crews clean up after heavy rain

Columbia Public Works crews have been out all day cleaning up and repairing roads after heavy rains inundated areas of town last night.  

Alleged killer Scottie Willet in court

Scottie Willet, 27, appeared in court in Callaway County today via video in what looked to be a protective vest.

iCloud accounts hacked and personal information leaked

A popular data-saving program that has more than 125 million users has been hacked. 

Mamtek failed plant

CEO pleads guilty in failed sweetener plant case

The man accused of ripping off the city of Moberly in a failed sweetener plant operation pleaded guilty to three of five counts against him in St. Charles County court Tuesday afternoon.

Red Cross moves family from flooded home

Red Cross moves family from flooded home

Late Monday night, the American Red Cross moved one family from a flooded home to a motel.

Jefferson City hires 93 new teachers

Missouri teacher initiative survives challenge

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri judge has rejected a legal challenge to a November ballot proposal that asks voters whether to link teachers' jobs to the performance of their students.

New fire station opens in Capital City

A brand new, more than $2 million facility is now being used for the safety of Jefferson City residents.

Steven Sotloff in Egypt

ISIS video purports to show beheading of 2nd US journalist

The ISIS terror group has published a video titled "A second message to America" that purportedly shows the beheading of American journalist Steven Sotloff.

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