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Body found in Mississippi believed to be bridge jumper

BELLEVILLE, Ill. (AP) — St. Clair County Coroner Rick Stone says a body recovered from the Mississippi River near St. Louis is believed to be one of two people who jumped from a bridge.

Group holds Confederate Flag rally in Mid-Missouri

Group holds Confederate Flag rally in Mid-Missouri

Nearly 20 people flew the Confederate Flag in a drive from Fulton to Jefferson City Saturday.

Boone Co. rescue crews search for possible drowning victim

Boone County Fire Protection District crews searched for a possible drowning victim at County Downes Saturday.

Some Midwest farmers' crops falter in record rains

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A summer full of heavy rainfall is expected to lead to big corn and soybean crop losses for farmers in several Midwestern states.

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Trooper's lawyer makes conflict claim in personnel matter

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A lawyer for a Missouri State Highway Patrol trooper, who criticized the agency after a handcuffed man fell from a patrol boat and drowned, said it's a conflict for state Attorney General Chris Koster to represent police in a personnel matter involving his client.

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Cierpiot elected by peers to Missouri House majority leader

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri House Republicans have elected Rep. Mike Cierpiot of Lee's Summit as their new majority leader.

Two suspects charged in Mid-Missouri chase, robbery and shooting

Two suspects are now charged after a robbery, shooting and police chase through Mid-Missouri.

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City council to decide road, sidewalk closures for Ninth and Elm

The Columbia City Council will vote Monday to close roads and sidewalks for a year while construction continues on Ninth and Elm Streets.

Violent crime numbers up in Columbia for 2015

Violent crime numbers for 2015 are up in Columbia in almost every category. 

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Man charged in Cole County shooting

A man was charged Friday afternoon in a shooting that left one person hospitalized.

Chico Calif on fire

California, already burning, faces more fire dangers

Threats of dry thunderstorms will continue in California through the weekend, elevating fire dangers, especially in the northern part of the state, where officials posted red flag warnings.

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