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New Missouri Auditor names chief of staff, deputy auditor

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri's new Auditor Nicole Galloway has named two senior staffers to help her lead the office.

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Bill to limit deadly force advances in Missouri Senate

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A bill to limit police use of deadly force has advanced in the Missouri Senate, an effort aimed at addressing concerns raised after the fatal police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson.

Man wanted for child sex abuse hiding from sheriff's office

A man in eastern Missouri remains on the loose, after investigators claim he sexually abused a 6 year-old girl. Officials say Eugene, or Neil, Haggard, 54, is currently wanted for first-degree sodomy. They believe he is actively hiding from authorities.

At least three people taken away in handcuffs

Three people were arrested Tuesday after a motorcycle crash at a Columbia motel.

Ashland biker and car collide

Child hurt after crashing bike into car

A 10-year-old boy was taken to the hospital after crashing his bike into a vehicle Tuesday morning.

Columbia police make an arrest in Forest Ave shooting

Columbia police have made an arrest in a Sunday afternoon shooting that happened at Forest Avenue and Grand.

Trailer fire investigation

Columbia trailer fire under investigation

Tuesday, Columbia fire investigators are still looking for a cause of a trailer fire.

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Former Mizzou star cited for misdemeanor marijuana possession

Projected first-round NFL draft pick Shane Ray was stopped for speeding on Interstate 70, cited for misdemeanor marijuana possession and failure to drive in the right lane.

BBB issues alert about questionable door to door sales operation in Columbia

The Better Business Bureau has issued an alert about a questionable door to door sales operation in Columbia.

Potential health risks of using reusable grocery bags

Potential health risk in using reusable grocery bags

An effort aimed at making things better for the environment could lead to making us sick.

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Obama: 'No excuse' for violence in Baltimore

President Barack Obama on Tuesday condemned the "criminals and thugs who tore up" the city of Baltimore on Monday night, after rioting and looting paralyzed the city and overwhelmed local officials.

The sustained outbreak of violence followed the fune...

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