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No arrests made after shooting on Sylvan Lane

UPDATE: As of Saturday morning, Columbia Police had not made any arrests or released a suspect description for the shooter. ABC 17 News also asked about the two previous incidents, a homicide and another shooting in the area, but police said there were no new developments in either of those cases.

Highway Patrol stepping up enforcement for holiday weekend

Law enforcement cracking down on DUIs over holiday weekend

Law enforcement agencies will be adding extra enforcement for drunk driving this weekend with the Memorial Day Weekend holiday. 

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Tax scams continue in Mid-Missouri

In a consumer alert, Mid-Missourian continue to be tax scam targets.

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Gov. Nixon declares state of emergency following storms

Governor Nixon declared a state of emergency Friday after recent and incoming storms in Missouri.

Dean of MU Law School to step down at the end of summer

The dean of the University of Missouri Law School has announced his decision to step down at the end of the summer.

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This Week with Dr. Gordon Christensen

During this Memorial Day Weekend, we remember the up to 40 veterans who died in Columbia's Truman VA Hospital under suspicious circumstances back in the 1990s.

Highway Patrol stepping up enforcement for holiday weekend

Operation C.A.R.E. begins Friday evening for Memorial Day weekend

Starting at 6 p.m. Friday, the Missouri State Highway Patrol will begin its regular Operation C.A.R.E. effort amid increased traffic for Memorial Day weekend.

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Heavy holiday traffic expected on Missouri River bridge

Memorial Day weekend kicks off holiday travel and MoDOT is advising drivers to expect some longer delays over the Missouri River Bridge. 

Programming Alert: Rock the Park, Born to Explore to air Saturday

Please note the following changes to our programming due to ABC's coverage of the Indy 500 on Sunday, May 29:

Planes set to fly high in Salute to Veterans Air Show this weekend

This weekend the Salute to Veterans Corporation is inviting the public to attend the 28th annual airshow at Columbia Regional Airport.

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Council: Pakistani men can beat wives 'lightly'

The leader of a Pakistani Islamic council has proposed a bill that allows husbands to "lightly beat" their wives as a form of discipline.

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