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UM Curators continue president search

Curators to meet as search continues for new UM System President

The UM Board of Curators will meet Wednesday morning in the Ellis Library Telepresence Center at Mizzou. 

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D.C. group blasts state ethics commission, refiles complaint against senator

A Washington, D.C.-based group refiled an ethics complaint against a Missouri state senator, questioning the state's ethics commission's decision to drop the first one.

(img1)Mid Missourians react to Cruz suspending campaign

Mid-Missourians react to Cruz suspending campaign

Ted Cruz announced on Tuesday night after the Indiana primaries that he is suspending his campaign. 

City leaders meeting to discuss race and social equity in Columbia

Local leaders met on Tuesday night to discuss race and social equity in Columbia. Last fall, officials started the city's Strategic Plan for 2016-2019, and one of the five priority areas where the city needed improvement was social equity. 

Lower Bottom Road reopens to traffic after 10 months

Lower Bottom Road in Cole County reopened to traffic Tuesday after being closed for 10 months.

Paris Alexander-Henderson charged with murder

Jefferson City murder trial starts Wednesday

Jury selection is scheduled to begin Wednesday morning in Cole County Circuit Court in Paris Alexander-Henderson's murder trial.

Mizzou freshman class fewer than 5,000, report says

A new report from the vice provost for enrollment management says the freshman class at the University of Missouri will fall below 5,000 students for the coming year.

Columbia police: man mugged in downtown alley

ABC 17 News has confirmed a man claimed he was mugged while walking in an alley in downtown Columbia.

Former UM surgeon faces felony stalking charges

MU Health sued over employee timekeeping system

MU Health has been named a defendant in a class-action lawsuit regarding the system used to track hours worked by employees. The plaintiffs claim, MU Health is in breach of contract for failing to pay proper compensation to hourly employees.

Columbia man convicted of selling heroin in mid-Missouri

A federal grand jury has found a Columbia man guilty for his role in a conspiracy to sell heroin. Nalenzer Edwards, 47, was accused of helping to sell heroin in Columbia from March 2015 to June 2015.

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City evacuated amid massive Canadian wildfire

Authorities ordered the mandatory evacuation of the entire Canadian city of Fort McMurray in northern Alberta amid a raging wildfire.

Alberta officials issued an expanded order Tuesday. Nearly 53,000 people had moved to safer ground, authorities said...

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