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Missouri Resilience Coalition provides support to Ferguson area residents

Saturday, Governor Jay Nixon's Office announced mental health support and services will be provided to residents of Ferguson and the surrounding areas.

Holts Summit man found not guilty in grandmother's murder due to insanity

A Holts Summit man charged with killing his grandmother in 2012 has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity and will be committed to a state mental institution.

Officers recovered shell casing near Quail Drive, no arrests

Officers recovered shell casing near Quail Drive, no arrests

What to expect for holiday travel

The Missouri State Highway Patrol is expecting more than 45 million people to be traveling this Thanksgiving.

Fulton man arrested following armed home invasion in Auxvasse

A Fulton man is in jail on multiple charges after an armed home invasion in Auxvasse Saturday morning.

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Sources: Grand jury to meet again on Monday

Multiple sources were reporting Saturday afternoon the St. Louis County grand jury would be meeting again on Monday to consider charging a Ferguson police officer in the death of 18-year-old Michael Brown.

Police investigate shots fired at Club Vogue

Police investigate shots fired at Club Vogue

Police are investigating after several shots were fired near one Columbia business.

Volunteers prepare Thanksgiving dinner baskets for Everybody Eats

Volunteers prepare Thanksgiving dinner baskets for "Everybody Eats"

Saturday, Columbia volunteers prepared hundreds of Thanksgiving meal baskets for the Almeta Crayton's Everybody Eats program.

Hickman High School students collect holiday cards for troops

Hickman High School students collect holiday cards for troops

Saturday, students from a Columbia high school volunteered their time to collect holiday cards for those who have served in the military.

Blind pension getting reduced

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

Obama, Hagel resignation

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Defense Secretary Hagel to step down

President Barack Obama announced Monday that Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel will step down from his position as soon as the Senate confirms a successor.

Hagel, who has served as Defense secretary since February 2013, was forced out by President Barack...

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