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Columbia Police department buys body cameras for all officers

The Columbia Police department has purchased 102 body cameras that will be given to all uniformed officers. 

Execution date set for Missouri inmate Taylor

ST. LOUIS (AP) — The Missouri Supreme Court on Thursday set a September execution date for convicted killer Leon Taylor.

Prolonged execution to be part of legal challenge

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Death-row lawyers and other opponents say the nation's third botched execution in six months is more evidence for the courts that lethal injection carries too many risks and amounts to cruel and unusual punishment.

Road project addresses traffic congestion in Jefferson City

A road project by Jefferson City Public Works slated to start in 2015 will help with traffic congestion in the Capital City.

Deputies investigate Eugene shooting

Miller County Sheriff's deputies responded to a shooting near Eugene early Tuesday morning.

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Man posing as animal control officer tries to enter Columbia home

Columbia Police Thursday warned of a suspicious person posing as an animal control officer walking around a south Columbia neighborhood.

West side of Osage Beach looking to increase traffic

The City of Osage Beach is asking residents how to increase traffic on the west side of the Grand Glaize Bridge. 

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Missouri Lottery says game choices affect funding

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Missouri Lottery says a decline in the money it provided to education is due partly to the types of Lottery games people chose to play.

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Columbia hospital breaks ground on new expansion

Construction began Monday following the ground breaking of Boone Hospital's new south campus in Columbia.

Flat tire caused 4-fatality crash near Lake of the Ozarks

A flat tire caused a 4-fatality crash on the Niangua Bridge on Highway 5 near the Lake of the Ozarks Wednesday morning, according to a Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report.

Pro Russian separatists at MH17 site

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Rebels prevent search for more MH17 victims

The transfer from Ukraine to the Netherlands of remains of victims of the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 shootdown is expected to be completed by Saturday, the Dutch prime minister said Thursday.

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