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Columbia crime report shows some crime up, some down

The annual Columbia Uniform Crime Report shows crime was up in some areas -- as much as double -- while other areas fell in 2014.

Alden talks about his tenure, years of growth at MU athletic program

Since University of Missouri Athletic Director Mike Alden's tenure began about 17 years ago, the program has grown and changed in ways many never could have imagined.

Stay granted for Osage Co. Sheriff to keep his peace officer license

A Cole County judge has issued a stay in the revocation of Osage County Sheriff Michael Dixon's peace officer license.

Three suspects arrested in Lake of the Woods burglary

Three more suspects were arrested in connection to a January 19 Boone County burglary where guns, computers, and other items were stolen.

One person dead in Higbee garage fire

An investigation is underway into a deadly fire in Higbee.

Mike Alden stepping down as AD, addresses community in news conference

University of Missouri Athletic Director Mike Alden announced Thursday he will step down from his position effective August 31 of this year.

City of Columbia announces savings of $4 million to 2014 budget

City of Columbia leaders held a news conference Friday morning to announce savings to the city budget.

Martrell Smith pleads guilty in Boone County

A Columbia man pleaded guilty Friday morning in Boone County Circuit Court to his role in connection with a brutal January 2014 drug-related killing. 22-year-old Martrell Smith had been charged with second degree murder in connection with the killing of 23-year-old Dontay Tolston in the 2000 block of Newton Drive in…

One year later has MU improved handling of sex crimes

One year later, has MU improved handling of sex crimes?

One year after the University of Missouri vowed to make changes to the way campus sexual assaults are handled and understood, how far has the university come? Are students safer? ABC 17's Marissa Hollowed's search for answers took her to Toronto, Canada, where the family of a former MU student is living with the pain…

Stolen guns often used for crimes

Kansas, Missouri reps to discuss bi-state gun legislation

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — State representatives and other officials from Kansas and Missouri are announcing legislation aimed at reducing gun and domestic violence in both states.

Ukrainian representative speaks about ongoing unrest in the country

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Lethal shelling rocks Ukraine city of Donetsk

Twelve people were killed Friday in shelling in the eastern Ukraine city of Donetsk, an official with the pro-separatist City Council said, as the conflict between the military and pro-Russian separatists escalates.

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