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Governor responds to Department of Justice report on Ferguson

Governor Nixon responded to the Department of Justice report on police fairness in Ferguson. 

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Justice Department blasts Ferguson and its police for racial bias

WASHINGTON (AP) — A Justice Department report says blacks in Ferguson are disproportionately subjected to excessive police force, baseless traffic stops, and citations for petty infractions -- like walking down the middle of the street.

Columbia woman arrested for Rice Road shooting

Trial begins in 2014 double shooting on Super Bowl Sunday

Opening statements are underway at the Boone County Courthouse in the trial for a 37-year-old woman accused of shooting two people in Columbia on Super Bowl Sunday in 2014. 

Lawmakers eye bill aimed at releasing non-violent offenders facing life sentence

Missouri legislators are considering a bill that would release non-violent offenders from prison who are in for life.

Fletcher Honda sold to new owners

A Mid-Missouri car dealership has been sold.

Woman arrested after threatening, cutting man

A Columbia woman is in the Boone County Jail Wednesday after police said she threatened a man with a knife and cut him.

Man accused in 2011 murder appears in court

A man accused in the 2011 shooting death of a rural Harrisburg man appeared in Howard Co. Court Wednesday.

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Missouri House panel OKs budget with more K-12 school money

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri House panel has approved a plan to cut the governor's travel budget, beef up basic aid for K-12 schools and increase money for college scholarships.

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Michael Brown's family disappointed with Justice Department

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Michael Brown's uncle says a Department of Justice decision not to charge the Ferguson police officer who fatally shot his nephew is deflating.


Missouri Republican wants to bar health insurance subsidies

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Groups advocating for health care access say a bill blocking federal subsidies that help pay for health insurance premiums would cause thousands of Missouri residents to lose coverage.

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US ambassador attacked in South Korea

U.S. Ambassador to South Korea Mark Lippert was attacked in Seoul, possibly by more than one person, according to U.S. government sources in the U.S. and South Korea. He is in stable condition, according to a U.S. embassy spokesperson.

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