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Water main break on Southampton Drive

Crews are working a water main break at 10 Southampton Drive in Columbia.

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ABC 17 News confirms arrest in Fulton school threat

UPDATE 8/31: ABC 17 News checked with Fulton police Wednesday and confirmed they arrested Courtney Reid, 37, of Jefferson City, in connection to a threat made toward a Fulton school Monday.

Fulton factory announces layoffs, temporary shutdown

A representative for HarbisonWalker International's Fulton facility announced the location will temporarily close its doors starting October 25, 2016.

MU College of Engineering awarded federal contract

MU College of Engineering awarded federal contract

The University of Missouri will soon develop an educational program for federal intelligence workers.

Columbia mayor announces new task force on medical tourism

Columbia Mayor Brian Treece announced eight members of a new mayor's task force on medical tourism Wednesday morning. The members will donate their time to serve on the task force over the next several months and figure out ways to promote and market Columbia as a premier destination for those seeking medical help.


Judge considers public defender lawsuit against governor

More than three million dollars spurred the public defender to take Governor Jay Nixon to court.

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Police arrest man in connection to north Columbia shooting

Columbia police have arrested a man in connection to a weekend shooting in north Columbia.

Mizzou gymnast arrested for possible credit card fraud


Mizzou gymnast arrested for possible credit card fraud

Mizzou gymnast Morgan Porter was arrested for possible credit card fraud on Tuesday night.

Congresswoman visits Columbia Regional Airport

Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler (MO-4) will be in Columbia today, visiting Columbia Regional Airport.

Boone County manufacturing plant set to expand, add 135 jobs

The Boone County Commission approved the use of Chapter 100 Revenue Bonds to expand a manufacturing plant in Columbia Tuesday night.

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On Mexico trip, Trump leaves press stranded

Donald Trump went to Mexico City without his press corps on Wednesday, leaving media organizations scrambling to get reporters on the ground to cover his joint press conference with the Mexican president.

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