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Moniteau Co. prosecutor targeted in drive-by shooting

Police are investigating after a mid-Missouri prosecutor was targeted in a drive-by shooting, according to the prosecutor himself.

Gov. Nixon's son arrested for driving while intoxicated

Gov. Jay Nixon's youngest son was arrested early Friday morning for driving while intoxicated.

One man in the hospital after motocross accident north of Columbia

One man in the hospital after motocross accident north of Columbia

Saturday, a man is in the hospital after a motorcycle accident north of Columbia.

Benefit raises thousands of dollars for woman paralyzed in sledding accident

Benefit raises thousands of dollars for woman paralyzed in sledding accident

Saturday, a benefit for a Columbia woman who was paralyzed waist down in a sledding accident raised thousands of dollars.

Macon police locate missing woman with Alzheimer's

A Macon woman with Alzheimer's disease who was reported missing was reunited with her family Saturday.

Mike Parson running for Missouri Governor

The latest candidate for the Governor of Missouri talked about why he joined the race in Jefferson City Friday.

High school student arrested on suspicion of hacking into school network

A Fulton High School student has been arrested after hacking into the school's computer system.

Criminal case continues against self-proclaimed monk

The Howard County court will continue a case against a self-proclaimed Catholic monk, accused of coercing a woman to give him thousands of dollars.

MU's business college receives $6 million gift

MU's Robert J. Trulaske Senior College of Business is getting $6 million to permanently fund its Cornell Leadership Program.

Sedalia man accused of holding woman captive had prior rape, kidnapping charges

A Sedalia man accused of locking his girlfriend in a wooden box is still on the loose Friday afternoon.

Death toll expected to rise significantly above 7,000

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Official: Nepal quake toll to rise far higher

The death toll from the devastating earthquake that struck Nepal last weekend is already above 7,000, and a Nepali government minister warned Sunday that it's expected to climb "much higher."

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