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One person in custody after barricading themselves in home

University of Missouri police continued to stand guard outside the home on Redwood Drive where a man was taken into custody after barricading himself inside all throughout Wednesday night.  Several officers inside searched the home.

Moberly factory groundbreaking still unknown

The date for the groundbreaking of the GAF shingle factory in Moberly is still unknown.  The site in north Moberly has remained untouched for more than a year.  GAF Materials has been holding off construction of its shingle factory because the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has yet to issue the…

Budget money to help Columbia Public Schools

Governor Nixon released nearly $70 million from this year's budget Wednesday afternoon.

Proposed bill could keep public from seeing police dashboard and body camera video

Proposed bill could keep public from seeing police dashboard and body camera video

Wednesday, a senate committee heard a proposed bill that would make body camera and dashboard camera video footage closed records.

City leaders work to upgrade Columbia airport terminal

City leaders in Columbia are working to upgrade the terminal at the Columbia Regional Airport.

Crime rates up on MU campus

Some University of Missouri students told ABC 17 News on Tuesday and Wednesday that they are concerned for their safety on campus.

Columbia man arrested for drunk driving

A Columbia man arrested for drunk driving is back on the streets Wednesday.

Bird flu virus creeps across Missouri, prompts more culling

ST. LOUIS (AP) — A strain of bird flu responsible for the deaths of millions of chickens and turkeys in several states is spreading across Missouri.

Missouri House endorses higher caps for some to get Medicaid

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A proposal that would expand Missouri's Medicaid rolls by increasing the amount of assets elderly and disabled people can have and still qualify for the program is heading back to the Missouri Senate.

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Missouri Senate passes plan for statewide building fixes

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Missouri Senate has passed a roughly $300 million bonding plan to repair the Capitol and other state-owned buildings.

KOCO tornado damage

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Tornadoes reported in Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska

Severe storms tore through the Midwest on Wednesday, bringing tornadoes, flooding and heavy winds to parts of Oklahoma, Kansas and Nebraska.

There were reports of tornado damage southwest of Oklahoma City, Capt. Paul Timmons of the Oklahoma Highway Pa...

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