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Arraignment scheduled for Osage County Sheriff Michael Dixon

UPDATE: Osage County Sheriff Michael Disxon is scheduled to be arraigned in Boone County on Monday afternoon. Dixon has been charged with unlawful use of a weapon. He was arrested in April after allegedly pointing a loaded gun at another person, while Dixon was reportedly drunk at a bar in Hartsburg.

MoDOT to close Range Line Street for weeks

The Missouri Department of Transportation will close Range Line Street at I-70 for 20 days starting on May 3.

Final suspect in alleged $6.6 million K2 conspiracy arrested

UPDATE: Billie Bruce was captured Friday, April 29. A motion has been filed with the district court to hold him in federal custody without bond until his trial. 

Deputies find no evidence of break in after after reported burglary in Boone County

Boone County deputies said they found no evidence of forced entry or exit after a reported burglary Monday.

Man dies after "overcorrecting" in Morgan County crash

One man died Sunday morning after his car flipped several times.

Firefighters suspect combustibles are the cause of Fulton fire

FULTON, Mo- A structure fire that happened around 8 p.m. Sunday is likely to have been caused by combustibles stacked too close to a light fixture.

Westbound lanes of the Missouri River Bridge closed Sunday

Westbound lanes of the Missouri River Bridge close

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo- Around 8:30 Sunday night, MODOT closed down the westbound lanes of the Missouri River Bridge and traffic is reduced to the two eastbound lanes.

Courtesy: Camden Co. Sheriff's Office

Caretaker of Lake propety identified; homicide investigation continues

As an investigation continues into a Lake of the Ozarks-area homicide, deputies have identified the man left to care for it.

Columbia motorcycle crash falls on 1st day of motorcycle awareness month

A motorcyclist sustained minor injuries after a crash in Columbia Sunday morning.

Two people recovering after rollover crash on I-70

Two people are recovering after a rollover crash on I-70. 

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Five years after bin Laden raid, did it work?

Five years after U.S. Navy SEALs killed Osama bin Laden at his Pakistani compound, more groups of violent Islamic extremists threaten global security than at any time in history.

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