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One person dead in Higbee garage fire

An investigation is underway into a deadly fire in Higbee.

Car stolen at gunpoint in Columbia

Columbia police are looking for two men in connection with a carjacking early Friday.

Governor Nixon, agriculture leaders discuss trade with Cuba

State representative Bill Reiboldt doesn't know much about Cuba's agriculture, and while not a smoker, is familiar with the cigars the country is famous for producing. He's glad, though, the island country ninety miles south of the United States' coast is spurring a conversation about agriculture in Missouri.

One year later has MU improved handling of sex crimes

One year later, has MU improved handling of sex crimes?

One year after the University of Missouri vowed to make changes to the way campus sexual assaults are handled and understood, how far has the university come? Are students safer? ABC 17's Marissa Hollowed's search for answers took her to Toronto, Canada, where the family of a former MU student is living with the pain…

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University of Missouri athletic director stepping down

University of Missouri athletic director Mike Alden announced Thursday he will step down from his position effective August 31.

Measles spread across states

Concern grows as the number of people diagnosed with measles in the U.S. increases. 

Law enforcement responds to police violence

The suspect in the shooting of a Missouri police officer claims he wasn't involved.

Police see high concentration of crime on Washington Ave

Police see high concentration of crime on Washington Ave.

Police are seeing a high concentration of increased crime on one street in central Columbia.

Cole Co approves 2 1 million road project

Cole County approves $2.1 million Stadium & Jefferson project

Cole County officials met Thursday morning and approved a more than $2 million road construction project west of Highway 54. It involves the daily traffic at the light at Jefferson and Stadium. The project is part of a two year cooperative project between the city and county.

Osage Co. sheriff appeals loss of peace officer's license

 On Thursday lawyers for the Osage County Sheriff filed a motion for immediate stay, appealing a decision from the state to revoke his peace officer's license. Sheriff Michael Dixon had thirty days to appeal Monday's decision.

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US economy misses its mark at end of 2014

The U.S. economy gained steam last year, but it closed out the year with a big disappointment, raising more questions about 2015.

America's economy grew only 2.6% in the final three months of the year, much lower than the estimate of 3.3%.

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