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Holts Summit names new City Administrator

Holts Summit has chosen a new City Administrator. Bruce "Rick" Hess will fill the position left open from February when former administrator Brian Crane resigned. Crane has accepted a new position with the City of Moberly.

Accused killer due in court on Wednesday

A man accused of killing five people, including a Mid-Missouri man, is set to appear in Montgomery County court Wednesday morning.

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North Columbia, Boone County road closures start Tuesday night

Two road projects started Tuesday night that could slow traffic in north Columbia and Boone County.

Tipton community gathers to celebrate life of 18-year-old killed Saturday night

A community gathered to remember 18-year-old Robert Ashbaugh at Tipton Lake Tuesday night. 

Police investigate after woman stabbed in Columbia

Police are investigating after a woman was stabbed in Columbia Tuesday morning.

Credit card skimmer found in Columbia gas pump

Credit card skimmer found on gas pump in Columbia

Some Mid-Missourians may have had their debit or credit card information stolen when they swiped a card to gas up the car. Columbia police are investigating a credit card skimmer discovered at the Tiger Stop on Clark Lane.  

Proposed bill would help save kids left in hot cars

According to the Missouri Department of Health, there were 358 heat-related deaths reported from 2000 through 2013. 

UM Board of Curators update on mental health and sexual assault improvements

MU curators and community members sit down for first Health Affairs Committee meeting

Three UM System curators and two community members met in open session for the inaugural meeting of the Health Affairs Committee.

City, county workers watch Missouri River levels closely

Officials with Jefferson City Public works tell ABC 17 news they have crews watching the water levels at the Missouri River very closely during heavy rain and severe storms.

Police: man exposed himself to children at Taco Bell

Columbia police have arrested a man on suspicion of exposing himself at the Taco Bell on Business Loop 70.

Gary Johnson interview


Gary Johnson lays out Libertarian agenda, blows kiss to Trump

Wearing a pair of black Nike running shoes -- "symbolic of getting away from the imperial presidency" -- Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson on Tuesday pitched a "socially liberally, fiscally conservative" brand of politics while throwing some sharp elbows at Donald Trump.

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