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One person killed in crash on I-70

Second person dies after I-70 crash

A second person has died after a morning crash on Interstate 70 eastbound Saturday.

2 arrested in connection to burglary at Columbia middle school

Columbia police said they arrested two people in connection to a burglary at a Columbia middle school early Sunday morning. 

Police investigate overnight shooting in north Columbia

Columbia police investigated a shooting in north Columbia early Sunday morning.

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New leader of Missouri State NAACP promises more inclusion

ST. LOUIS (AP) — The new leader of the Missouri State NAACP says he plans to build a younger, more inclusive organization.

5 hurt when porch collapses in St. Louis during Mardi Gras

ST. LOUIS (AP) — A second-floor porch in St. Louis collapsed, injuring five people, two seriously.

Probation for Jefferson City man in university lockdown

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Jefferson City man has been placed on unsupervised probation after he pleaded guilty to charges stemming from a 2014 lockdown at central Missouri campus.

Boy killed in Kansas City area apartment fire

RAYTOWN, Mo. (AP) — An early morning fire in a Kansas City area apartment has killed a child and injured a woman and another child.

Police investigate possible shooting in east Columbia

Two people hurt in east Columbia shooting

Police continued to investigate an east Columbia shooting that left two people hurt Saturday.

Mid-Missouri boy with brain tumor has football dreams come true

At 6 years old, Hayden Backes has been through more than most kids his age.

Missouri considers easing adoptee birth certificate access

Missouri considers easing adoptee birth certificate access

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri is among the majority of states the restrict access to original birth certificates for people who were adopted.

Rescue workers use a stretcher to take a victim to an ambulance Feb. 7, 2016, in Tainan, Taiwan

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Taiwan quake: Rescuers scour rubble for survivors

Rescuers scrambled to find survivors Sunday night after an earthquake toppled buildings in Taiwan, killing at least 32 people authorities said. Authorities revised the death toll down from 34, adding that two people are still in critical condition.

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