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Possible arrest following car chase, drug search

ABC 17 News confirmed officers were looking for drugs after detaining one person following a car chase through parts of central Columbia.

UM Curators finalize Presidential search document

The University of Missouri Curators and the Presidential Search Committee finalized the document the search firm will use to find candidates. 

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Suspect in 2013 Easter Sunday murder pleads guilty

A man has pleaded guilty to 19 felony charges, including first-degree murder, for the murder of Carmelita Lewis in Moberly on Easter Sunday in 2013.

Camden County Sheriff's Office adopts new K9

The Camden County Sheriff's Office has a new K9 on staff, trained to help with narcotics detection. Kaiser is a 21-month-old German Shepherd, and will work with Sergeant Scott Hines on narcotics searches, warrants, and helping deputies on patrol as needed.

Road blocked after crash in north Boone County, victim's suffer minor injuries

A crash in north Boone County is blocking both directions of traffic right now.

Crash closes Route B for over two hours

Two people have been injured in a crash on Route B north of Columbia that closed the road for over two hours. 

Paris Alexander-Henderson charged with murder

Jefferson City murder trial starts Wednesday

Jury selection is scheduled to begin Wednesday morning in Cole County Circuit Court in Paris Alexander-Henderson's murder trial.

Plans are coming together for the new terminal

Airport advisory board to meet Wednesday following terminal plan introduction

The Columbia Airport Advisory Board will meet Wednesday afternoon at 12:15 p.m.

Mo Capitol repair project

Work continues on Missouri Capitol building

Missouri's state capitol building is ongoing repairs as part of a $40M exterior stonework project.

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D.C. group blasts state ethics commission, refiles complaint against senator

A Washington, D.C.-based group refiled an ethics complaint against a Missouri state senator, questioning the state's ethics commission's decision to drop the first one.

Obama drinks Flint water

Obama assesses Flint water crisis up close

President Barack Obama witnessed first-hand Wednesday how residents of Flint, Michigan, have endured their city's water crisis, traveling there as reassurance the federal government isn't ignoring the community's plight.

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