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Missouri considers easing adoptee birth certificate access

Missouri House panel calls to up basic K-12 spending by $76M

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri's K-12 public schools would get about a $76 million increase in basic funding under the budget proposed by a House panel.

Police called to another disturbance at Columbia Mall

Columbia police officers responded to reports of trouble at the Columbia Mall Thursday night, the third incident in that area in less than a week.

Rep. Curtis discusses Ferguson lawsuit

Ferguson lawmaker responds to federal lawsuit

Three Ferguson-area legislators are speaking out about the government's lawsuit against the city.

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Deputies describe final confrontation with James Horn, Jr.

In recorded interviews with the Missouri State Highway Patrol, two Pettis County deputies detail what led them to double murder suspect James Horn, Jr.

UM System diversity leaders give faculty council progress update

UM System diversity leaders give faculty council progress update

University of Missouri System diversity and inclusion leaders spoke to the MU Faculty Council Thursday on what progress has been made since protests on the MU campus last November.

Student journalist reacts to MU professor's first public interview

On Thursday, ABC 17 News reached out to all sides of the Melissa Click story.

Public Works to monitor roads as snow moves in

Columbia Public Works said it will bring in crews at 7:00 p.m. Thursday night to monitor the road conditions ahead of a snow chance.

Concealed carry permits on the rise in Mid-Missouri

Many sheriff's departments across Mid-Missouri are seeing an increase in the number of concealed carry permit applications.

Top U S Intelligence officials possible terror threat 2016

Top U.S. Intelligence officials: possible terror threat 2016

Top U.S. Intelligence officials say that the terrorist group, ISIS is likely to make attempts to attack the United States sometime this year. 

The terrorist attacks that happened in Paris, France and San Bernardino, California was a clear indication that Isis will more than likely try and attack again. 

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Jim Gilmore

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Jim Gilmore leaves presidential race

Former Virginia Gov. Jim Gilmore is ending his long-shot bid for the Republican presidential nomination, he said Friday.

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