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Navy conducts strikes against ISIS targets

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Cole Co. Sheriff advises Mid-Missourians to stay alert during heightened terror threat

The United States and its allies have hit more than 200 terror targets in the past 24 hours.

Street safety concerns grow after car kills dog

At least one Columbia resident is concerned about the increasing dangers of her neighborhood street.  The fear comes after the woman's dog was hit and killed in front of her house.  She said cars speed down her street everyday.  Now, she said she's worried one of those cars is going to hit a child. 

One killed in Highway 40 crash near Columbia

One person is dead following a crash on Highway 40 just west of Columbia at Henderson Road.

UM System revises sexual misconduct rules

UM System revises sexual misconduct rules

Tuesday, the University of Missouri System announced changes to its policy on responding to sexual misconduct.

UM to strengthen response to sexual misconduct

The University of Missouri System is revising rules and regulations to strengthen the school's response to sexual misconduct and discrimination

Car shot up in south Columbia

Columbia police were called to reports of gunfire early Tuesday morning.

Sturgeon teenager arrested for stolen cars

Deputies have made an arrest in connection with two car thefts from a neighborhood east of Columbia.

Michael Brown memorial rebuilt after fire

FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) — Residents have rebuilt a memorial at the Ferguson, Missouri, site where a police officer fatally shot 18-year-old Michael Brown.

Cole County discusses more electronic shackles

Cole County officials are looking to expand their electronic monitoring bracelet program.

MU investigates complaint over federal grants

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — The University of Missouri is investigating how federal grants are spent on campus after a wildlife biologist's complaint to the federal government and a subsequent lawsuit.

Airstrike damage in Syria

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Iraq: Anti-ISIS effort welcome if done 'right'

Iraq's prime minister said Tuesday he is happy to see the United States and its Arab allies striking ISIS targets in Syria, so long as they "do it right this time."

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