Jefferson City Police arrest stabbing suspect

Jefferson City police got a call around 11:43 p.m. Wednesday, reporting an open door and a woman lying in a pool of blood. The woman was taken to the hospital in Columbia because of the extent of her injuries.

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Jefferson City Police arrest stabbing suspect

Jefferson City police got a call around 11:43 p.m. Wednesday, reporting an open door and a woman lying in a pool of blood. The woman was taken to the hospital in Columbia because of the extent of her injuries.

Governor orders flags at half-staff for fallen trooper

ABC 17 News confirmed with the Missouri State Highway Patrol a trooper in Audrain County has died in a car crash Friday morning sometime before 10.

Eldon woman indicted for illegal guns

An Eldon woman was federally indicted Friday for having illegal guns. 

Ameren, Boone Co. Fire respond to gas leak

Boone County Fire officials responded to a gas leak east of Columbia just after 3:30 Friday afternoon.

Ashland ups traffic detail for rodeo

Drivers in Mid-Missouri should be aware of more traffic in southern Boone County this weekend. 

MU receives $500,000 gift for College of Engineering

The University of Missouri College of Engineering received a $500,000 gift for renovations at Lafferre Hall.

Columbia police search for man who shot delivery driver

Columbia Police asking for help finding man accused of shooting delivery driver

Columbia Police are asking for the public's help in finding a man accused of shooting a pizza delivery man back in May. 

Ashland Police remind people to lock doors

Ashland Police are asking residents to remember to lock their car doors at night.

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New Missouri law expands who can get order of protection

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Victims of rape and sexual assault can get orders of protection against their assailants under a new Missouri law.

Campus alert issued for Mizzou

A campus alert has been issued for the University of Missouri in Columbia.

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Tropical Storm Erika hits island of Dominica hard

Images from the tiny Caribbean island of Dominica show the devastation after Tropical Storm Erika left at least nine dead.

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