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Jefferson City Police searching for 3 suspects in store robbery

Jefferson City Police are looking for three suspects after an early morning robbery at the Bee Line Snack Shop on Old Lohman Road.

Manhunt Monday

Manhunt Monday: Mid-Missouri's most wanted September 1

Every Monday, ABC 17 News partners with Shelby's Watch to highlight some of Mid-Missouri's most wanted.

Ferguson rallies continue

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No gray area: Beliefs shape views of Brown killing

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Many Americans are convinced there was no justification for a suburban St. Louis police officer to kill 18-year-old Michael Brown, because Brown was unarmed.

Heart of America Marathon finishes in downtown Columbia this morning

The Heart of America Marathon got off to a late start this morning in Columbia after organizers delayed it due to weather, the first time in its 55 year history. 

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Troopers step up patrols over holiday weekend

Missouri Highway Patrol is urging drivers to use caution as one of the busiest travel periods of the year pushes into high gear. The safety reminder comes after a dangerous 2013 Labor Day weekend.  The state's interstates and highways saw hundreds of crashes last year.

Mamtek failed plant

CEO expected to plead guilty in sweetener plant case

The man accused of ripping off the city of Moberly in a failed sweetener plant operation looks to be ready to admit guilt.

MUPD makes safety changes for game day

MU Police Department makes safety changes for game day

With the recent Memorial Stadium expansion and the second highest number of season tickets sold in Mizzou history, MUPD made a couple changes this year to increase safety for all fans attending the game.

Mid-Missouri law enforcement lead procession in honor of fallen officer

Mid-Missouri law enforcement lead procession in honor of fallen officer

Law enforcement throughout Mid-Missouri rallied together to honor a fallen New Bloomfield Officer on Saturday.

Family, friends say goodbyes to officer killed by drunk driver

The family and friends of a New Bloomfield police officer killed by a drunk driver are saying their goodbyes.

Faurot Field

Missouri Tigers first home football game to draw in crowds near 60,000

This is the first game on Faurot Field since its nearly 46 million dollar expansion. The MU athletic department estimates a crowd near 60,000 people and told ABC 17 it sold the second highest number of season tickets in MU history, including a sold out student ticket allotment of 10,000.

Ebola outbreak, Sierra Leone

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Ebola zone: Funerals and ghost towns

At the gravesite in a northern Liberia village, there are no religious or traditional burial rites. No ceremony, no mourning, no family members, and no final goodbyes.

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