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Jefferson City Police honored on 'National Thank a Police Officer Day'

Jefferson City Police honored on 'National Thank a Police Officer Day'

Local leaders from the National Police Wives Association rallied donations and support from nearly 30 businesses in Jefferson City, including gift bags and food for 90 officers.

Title IX Q&A Session

MU Title IX leaders host policy presentation for students and faculty

MU's Title IX Investigator Salama Gallimore gave a full presentation about reporting and responsibility, and students and faculty had several questions about their rights.

Social Services to reimburse Mid-Missouri woman following computer error

Rocheport resident Lillian Lynn got calls from three different government departments Friday after several months of trying.

Columbia woman under arrest for stealing from neighbor

Columbia woman under arrest for stealing from neighbor

A Columbia woman is facing possible charges for reportedly stealing from her disabled neighbor.

Glitch in system costs Mid-Missouri woman hundreds

Speaker of House responds to Dept. of Social Services issues

70-year-old Lillian Lynn now has to work 40 hour weeks to pay out of pocket for her grandchildren's ADHD medications. 

Multiple south Columbia schools locked down Friday

Rock Bridge Elementary School, Gentry Middle School, Rock Bridge High School, and the Columbia Area Career Center were all modified lockdown until further notice Friday afternoon. 

Mexico man sentenced to 43 years for sex crimes

A Mexico man was sentenced Friday to 43 years in prison for sex crimes.

Woman taken to hospital after car crashes, goes airborne

A woman was hurt following a crash in Columbia Friday afternoon. 


JCPD warns of Scholastic scam

Jefferson City Police is warning of a scam involving multiple schools and a source posing as Scholastic School Supply.

Body found at the Lake of the Ozarks identified

Troopers say the man who's body was found at Lake of the Ozarks was David Martin, 55, of Kaiser.

Ebola outbreak, Sierra Leone

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Fight against Ebola is grossly underfunded

The Ebola virus has already killed thousands in West Africa, an immeasurable loss for many families. As medical workers try to quell its spread, global organizations are calculating the economic impact of the disease.

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