Suspended MU professor Melissa Click speaks to ABC 17 News

ABC 17 News has gained the first exclusive public interview with MU's controversial assistant communication professor, Melissa Click, who is breaking her silence following campus protests in November. She says, "I was never calling for violence."

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Snow causing traffic problems across Mid-Missouri

A little more than half an inch of snow has fallen in Columbia as of 11:30 Wednesday morning. 

Suspended MU professor Melissa Click speaks to ABC 17 News

ABC 17 News has gained the first exclusive public interview with MU's controversial assistant communication professor, Melissa Click, who is breaking her silence following campus protests in November. She says, "I was never calling for violence."

Police investigating robbery with a gun

Police are responding to a robbery with a gun at a home in south Columbia. 

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Man arrested in connection to November Columbia robbery

Police arrest man for November robbery with a gun on Tessa Way. 

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Suspects on the loose after armed burglary, confrontation in Columbia

ABC 17 News is following reports of a first degree burglary in the 5000 block of Tessa Way in south Columbia.

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Price, traffic effect concern Columbia councilman in roundabout project

A Columbia city councilman expressed concern Tuesday over a proposed roundabout in west Columbia.

Fire destroys mansion near Lake Niangua

The State Fire Marshal’s Office and the Camden County Sheriff’s Office are investigating a mansion fire.

U.S. Senators to pursue legal action against Backpage.com

U.S. senators to take legal action against Backpage.com

 Several U.S. Senators have announced plans to take legal action against a controversial website that refuses to comply with a subpoena.

Training continues for new CPD outreach officers

Although the Columbia Police Department's Community Outreach Unit is still missing some officers, the team is already being active in connecting with neighbors.

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Sources: Chris Christie may suspend White House bid

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is huddling with top campaign aides on Wednesday and all indications are they expect him to formally suspend his bid for the Republican nomination, according to two sources. Details are still being worked out.

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