Inmate dies at Boone County Courthouse

The Boone County Sheriff's Department has confirmed a woman died while preparing to make a court appearance in Boone County Wednesday morning.

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Work to begin on Missouri River bridge

Road work is expected to start next month on the Missouri River bridge in Jefferson City.

MODOT lowers speed limit on stretch of I-70

Holiday patrols start on Mid-Missouri highways

Drivers in Mid-Missouri may notice some extra troopers on the roads starting Thursday.

Woman charged in Mid-Missouri crash

A woman is now charged in the death of a man after a crash in Boone Co.

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Randles, Pierson enter race for Missouri lieutenant governor

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — The competition to become Missouri's next lieutenant governor is growing.

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Meningitis vaccine needed for some Missouri college students

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Students living on Missouri public college campuses now must be vaccinated against bacterial meningitis.

Hearing held to discuss Osage Co. Sheriff's peace officer license

The Osage County Sheriff appeared in court for a hearing Wednesday after his peace officer license was revoked and reinstated earlier this year.

Inmate dies at Boone County Courthouse

The Boone County Sheriff's Department has confirmed a woman died while preparing to make a court appearance in Boone County Wednesday morning.

State regulators reject high-powered wind energy line

On Wednesday members of the Missouri Public Service Commission voted down plans for a high-voltage power line that would carry wind energy across the northern part of the state. The vote was 3-2.

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Floodgates now open at Lake of the Ozarks

Ameren said Wednesday they have opened floodgates on Bagnell Dam at the Lake of the Ozarks. Officials told ABC 17 News gates are only open 10%, but more could be opened later if necessary.

I-70 westbound closes Wednesday just east of Columbia

Crews shutdown both lanes of I-70 westbound Wednesday morning following an injury crash. At least one pickup truck and three semis were involved.

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DOJ probing possible airline team up to keep fares high

The Justice Department has sent subpoenas to several major airlines as part of an investigation into "possible unlawful coordination" to limit capacity increases, and thereby keeping ticket prices high, a department spokeswoman said Wednesday.

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