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Blind pension getting reduced

Thousands of blind Missourians are on their last few months of full assistance from the state of Missouri.

Ferguson A city divided

Ferguson, a city divided

Whether you're are for police are against them, they still have a job to do. Ever since August, enforcement has increased in the Ferguson area. But what do people living there think about this?

Flights resume at Springfield, Missouri, airport

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — Air traffic has resumed and a person was being questioned after a suspicious device was found inside a piece of luggage at a southwestern Missouri airport.

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Miller Co. pleads guilty to stabbing step-niece, sentenced to life in prison

A Miller County man pleaded guilty in the stabbing death of his step niece last summer.

This Week: More victims notified after packages found in Callaway Co.

ABC 17 News got a viewer tip this week that a man was stealing packages from people's doorsteps. Breanna Dunnavant said she could prove it because the thief was caught on camera.

Guilty pleas thrown out in Miller Co. child sodomy case

A Miller County man pleaded guilty to two counts of forcible sodomy of a 5-month-old baby in July, but those pleas were thrown out Friday by a judge.

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Universities preparing for Ferguson decision

As the wait continues for the grand jury decision in Ferguson, universities in Mid Missouri are preparing. 

Two arrested in prostitution sting

Two women were arrested Thursday as part of an undercover investigation into prostitution.

Moniteau Co. prosecutor charged after allegedly backing into Columbia restaurant

Moniteau County Prosecutor Shayne Healea was charged in Boone County court Friday after allegedly backing into a downtown Columbia restaurant in October.

School district near Ferguson cancels classes

JENNINGS, Mo. (AP) — A school district that includes some students from Ferguson, Missouri, is calling off classes Monday and Tuesday, citing potential unrest if a much-anticipated grand jury announcement occurs soon.

Ferguson protesters wait for grand jury Friday night

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Obama: No 'excuse for violence' in Ferguson

President Barack Obama joined the call for calm with word a Missouri grand jury considering whether to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown was close to making a decision.

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