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McCaskill challenges MU students to speak up about sexual assault

Sen. Claire McCaskill returned to the University of Missouri campus on Saturday to discuss the topic of sexual assault.  McCaskill spoke on campus last fall about the same issue during her campus listening tour. 

Columbia man killed in car crash

A Columbia man is dead after the car he was driving Friday night ran off the roadway in Boone County.

Police: Parole absconder arrested in Fulton after stabbing woman twice

A man is in jail in Fulton, accused of stabbing a woman two times.

UPDATE: third woman says she was sexually assaulted by similar group of men on MU campus

Two women were groped by a group of men near the Memorial Union on the University of Missouri campus early Saturday morning, according to MU police.

CFD buys new breathing packs

Columbia Fire Department outfits crew with high-tech breathing packs

The Columbia Fire Department is outfitting its firefighters with new state-of-the-art equipment.  Columbia firefighters will get new self-contained breathing apparatuses or SCBA.  

New state report: Missouri Highway Patrol rated 'fair'

Friday, Deputy State Auditor Harry Otto said he thinks if the audit of the Highway Patrol was done late this year, the patrol would have gotten a higher rating.

Columbia police investigate two shootings in northeast Columbia

Police found damage by gunfire in two spots on the same block. In one incident, an apartment was hit with bullets while three people were inside, including a baby.

Reports of suspicious person near elementary school

   Columbia Public School officials tell us New Haven Elementary was put on lockdown around 3:30 Friday afternoon after seeing a suspicious person around the school.

Ameren rates could be going down for MO customers

A spokesman for Ameren said the company filed for a lower natural gas rate Thursday morning.

Traffic temporarily backed up on I-70 for crash

Traffic was backed up for miles on westbound I-70 in Columbia due to an accident Thursday night.

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie

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Christie questions if Obama cares about US

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie questioned Friday whether President Barack Obama cares about the United States, adding that, more than six years into Obama's presidency, "we still don't even know" who he is.

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