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Heavy holiday traffic expected on Missouri River bridge

Memorial Day weekend kicks off holiday travel and MoDOT is advising drivers to expect some longer delays over the Missouri River Bridge. 

Iowa man seriously hurt in boating crash at Lake of the Ozarks

An Iowa man was recovering Friday after he suffered serious injuries in a boating crash in Camden County.

Jefferson City police warn neighborhoods of more car break-ins

Jefferson City residents have reported at least a dozen car break-ins to police in a little less than two weeks.

Murder charges filed in last fall's double killing outside Columbia

ABC 17 News confirmed charges were just filed Thursday after a worker at an asphalt company found two men's bodies last September northeast of Columbia.

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Attorney general candidate, MU law school dean sued over Sunshine law

A former state representative says he's still waiting for the records he requested from the University of Missouri and Josh Hawley, one year and nearly $5,000 later.

Severe storm causes damage in Saline County

A severe storm which moved across Saline County Thursday afternoon left a number of broken windows around the area.

Tornado confirmed near Whiteman Air Force Base

A tornado has been confirmed near Whiteman Air Force Base in Johnson County.

Columbia man to be sentenced for attacking wife

Columbia man to be sentenced for attacking wife

 A Columbia man will be sentenced this summer after pleading guilty to attacking his wife and putting a pipe bomb in her car.

Osage County Commissioners say they haven't heard from Sheriff Michael Dixon in months

Osage County Commission met Thursday morning in Linn. Among the items on the agenda was an update on Sheriff Michael Dixon.

Albert-Oakland opens for Memorial Day

Albert-Oakland pool opens for Memorial Day

Columbia Parks and Recreation crews were out Thursday morning cleaning up and preparing the Albert-Oakland Family Aquatic Center for Memorial Day swimmers.

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Obama in Hiroshima calls for 'world without nuclear weapons'

Barack Obama on Friday became the first sitting U.S. president to visit Hiroshima, where he called for a "world without nuclear weapons" during his remarks at the city's Peace Memorial Park.

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