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MSHP investigating possible officer-involved shooting in California

ABC 17 News has received several tips from viewers about a possible officer-involved shooting in California.

Funeral arrangements scheduled for fallen state trooper

Funeral arrangements are scheduled for Friday for a fallen Missouri State Highway Patrol Trooper.

Multiple incidents in Westview Heights

Just before 9 p.m Wednesday evening, a routine traffic stop in Westview Heights, outside of Jefferson City, turned into a foot chase.


Chemical leak on MU campus prompts hazmat; no injuries reported

Battalion Chief Stephen Potter said they closed Hitt Street as a precaution to clean the reported leak at the Sears Plant Growth Facility, a greenhouse that's part of the Bond Life Sciences Center.

Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen coming to Columbia

The chief executive officer of Arkansas-based SmitCo Eateries Inc. confirms Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen is scheduled to open in January on the Business Loop in Columbia.

United Way kicks off yearly community campaign in JC

United Way kicks off community campaign in Jefferson City

The United Way of Central Missouri kicked off its community campaign Thursday. 

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Lincoln University holding ROTC training Friday

The Lincoln University ROTC Ranger Challenge team will be holding training Friday morning in Jefferson City.

Arson suspect admitted to tampering with gas line

ABC 17 News reported Wednesday that a man was arrested in connection to a Jefferson City fire.

Man arrested, accused of nearly shooting brother

ABC 17 News confirmed a suspect was booked in the Boone County jail Wednesday for a shooting in August just north of Columbia.

Multi-car crash in Boone County slows traffic on Highway 63

A multi-car crash in the southbound lanes of Highway 63 north, just south of Route NN, slowed traffic flow in the area Thursday morning, according to Boone County Joint Communications.

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Ky. clerk's office issues marriage license

With the clerk who had refused them in jail, William Smith Jr. and James Yates on Friday morning became the first same-sex couple to receive a marriage license in Rowan County, Kentucky.

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