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Two hour pretrial hearing held for Cody Baker murder case

Lawyers for both sides of a man's murder trial argued several different aspects of the upcoming case in Boone County.

UPDATE: Highway reopened after motorcycle crash in Columbia

A motorcyclist has been taken to a Columbia hospital after a crash Monday evening on Highway 63, near Grindstone Parkway.  Joint Communications says part of the highway, which was closed, has since reopened.

Some express confusion about MU Alert system

It started Thursday night when some students received an MU Alert text message saying there was an active threat near campus. But the text had no information about the threat and no location.

Trash bag slasher looking for identity information

Suspicious man slashing trash bags in west Columbia

Residents of a west Columbia neighborhood say someone's snooping through their trash --possibly digging for identities.  

Crash causes delays on I-70 in Columbia

A three-car crash on I-70 eastbound in Columbia caused delays Monday afternoon.

Proposed sales tax election for Business Loop postponed

Business Loop Community Improvement District board members decided to postpone a proposed half-cent sales tax election during a public meeting Monday.

Jefferson City woman held on $100,000 bond for child abuse

A Jefferson City woman is charged with 2 counts child abuse after officers saw her throwing a 5-year-old girl to the ground by her hair.

Mexico home and car damaged by overnight gunfire

Mexico home and car damaged by overnight gunfire

The Mexico Public Safety Department responded to a report of shots fired early Monday morning.

Four students taken to hospital with minor injuries following Eldon school bus crash

Eldon Police have confirmed a school bus accident in Eldon Monday afternoon. 

Columbia Police releases results of DWI checkpoint

The Columbia Police Department has released new totals Monday from its latest DWI checkpoint.

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Baltimore police cancel leave before trial starts

Fearing more unrest as pretrial hearings begin for six officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray, the Baltimore Police Department has canceled leave.

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