Highway Patrol: Trooper dies in Mid-Missouri crash

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.

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Highway Patrol: Trooper dies in Mid-Missouri crash

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.

Campus alert issued for Mizzou

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

Task force searches Fulton home for drug warrant

The MUSTANG drug task force carried out a search warrant for drugs about 8:45 Friday morning.

Work starts on Scott Blvd. in Columbia Friday

Workers are shutting down Scott Blvd. from Leighton Road south to Route KK. This will include building a roundabout at the intersection of Scott Blvd. and Route KK. Columbia Public Works expects that phase of the project to finish in spring 2016.

Suspects on the loose after armed home invasion

Three male suspects are on the loose Friday morning after a home invasion robbery in Columbia. 

Suspect arrested in early Friday morning car chase

A suspect is in custody Friday morning after leading authorities on a high speed car chase in Columbia and Ashland.

Columbia Public Library addresses bat problem

Officials at the Columbia Public Library confirmed to ABC 17 News Thursday that there are bats inside the library.

Man killed in Miller County crash

Man killed in Camden County crash

A 20-year-old man is dead following a Thursday afternoon crash in Camden County.

Lawmakers develop intern rules to prevent sexual harassment

New laws for sex ed classes, e.cigarettes take effect Friday

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Numerous new Missouri laws are set to take effect Friday, ranging from caps on traffic fines to changes in sex education.

Highway Patrol upgrades background check system

Highway Patrol upgrades background check process

School districts in Missouri will now have greater access to employee criminal records.

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Businesses outraged by ruling to help fast-food unions

Businesses are outraged by a decision that makes it easier to unionize fast-food workers and other low wage employees that make up a growing part of the U.S. economy.

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