One in custody after shooting in Jefferson City Wednesday

Police say they have arrested one person after a shooting in Jefferson City Wednesday.


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MU is expected to announce a major orthopedic donation

The University of Missouri is expected to unveil a donation to help fund research for regenerative orthopedics. 

One in custody after shooting in Jefferson City Wednesday

Police say they have arrested one person after a shooting in Jefferson City Wednesday.

UM Curators finalize Presidential search document

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

Hanover Blvd residents voice their concerns

Hanover Blvd residents concerned after WWII Veteran gets beat up

Residents near Hanover Blvd are voicing their concerns after a WWII Veteran is attacked in their neighborhood.

Paris Alexander-Henderson charged with murder

First day of Jefferson City murder trial wraps up

Day one of a Jefferson City murder trial came to a close Wednesday. Witnesses took the stand with opposing stories.

Jefferson City residents ask for changes to intersection after recent crash

Residents in a Jefferson City neighborhood asked the city council to make changes to an intersection after many close calls.


Suspect in 2013 Easter Sunday murder pleads guilty

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

Former chiropractor sentenced for work-place sex assault

A former mid-Missouri chiropractor will spend five years in for prison for sexual assaults on the job in Montgomery County.

State Senate overrides Gov. Nixon's school funds veto

Missouri senators have voted to override Gov. Jay Nixon's veto of a proposal reining in the amount of money lawmakers provide to K-12 schools. Hours after he vetoed the bill Wednesday, senators voted 25-7 to override him. Two-thirds of House members also must vote to override the governor.

Voter ID measure now heading to Gov. Nixon for approval

State lawmakers have passed a final bill requiring people to show a photo ID in order to vote. Under the measure, people can also sign a statement saying they don't have the required identification but can show some other document like a utility bill.

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Evacuees flee shelter as fire rages in Canada

Days after escaping a roaring wildfire in the Canadian city of Fort McMurray, some evacuees are packing up -- again.

The inferno, which started Sunday, forced the evacuation of that entire city in northern Alberta.

Residents who outran the flames were...

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