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Paris Alexander-Henderson charged with murder

Jefferson City murder trial starts Wednesday

Jury selection is scheduled to begin Wednesday morning in Cole County Circuit Court in Paris Alexander-Henderson's murder trial.

Jefferson City residents ask for changes to intersection after recent crash

Residents in a Jefferson City neighborhood asked the city council to make changes to an intersection after many close calls.

Former chiropractor sentenced for work-place sex assault

A former mid-Missouri chiropractor will spend five years in for prison for sexual assaults on the job in Montgomery County.

State Senate overrides Gov. Nixon's school funds veto

Missouri senators have voted to override Gov. Jay Nixon's veto of a proposal reining in the amount of money lawmakers provide to K-12 schools. Hours after he vetoed the bill Wednesday, senators voted 25-7 to override him. Two-thirds of House members also must vote to override the governor.

Voter ID measure now heading to Gov. Nixon for approval

State lawmakers have passed a final bill requiring people to show a photo ID in order to vote. Under the measure, people can also sign a statement saying they don't have the required identification but can show some other document like a utility bill.

House overrides governor for new union restrictions

Two-thirds of the Missouri House has voted to change how public union members pay dues, the first step in overriding a veto by Gov. Jay Nixon. The House voted 109-47 Wednesday in favor of a bill requiring public employees to re-authorize union dues through every year.

Plans are coming together for the new terminal

Airline industry financial boost impacts Columbia Regional Airport's search for new flights

Airlines across the country have seen record financial success this year and experts say low fuel prices are the reason for the financial boost.

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Suspect in 2013 Easter Sunday murder pleads guilty

A man has pleaded guilty Wednesday to 19 felony charges, including first-degree murder, for the murder of Carmelita Kaser in Moberly on Easter Sunday in 2013.

UM Curators finalize Presidential search document

The University of Missouri Curators and the Presidential Search Committee have finalized the document the search firm will use to find candidates. 

Possible arrest following car chase, drug search

ABC 17 News confirmed officers were looking for drugs after detaining one person following a car chase through parts of central Columbia.



North Korea prepares for top political gathering

Citizens in North Korea's capital of Pyongyang are working grueling hours to prepare for a once-in-a-generation political gathering -- the 7th Congress of the Workers' Party.

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