Tornado confirmed near Whiteman Air Force Base

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

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Woman arrested in crash on Worley and Fairview

A woman has bonded out of jail after being arrested for Second Degree Assault on Wednesday.

Stover man guilty of sodomy, child molestation

A 73-year-old Stover man could spend the rest of his life in prison after a Boone County jury's decision.

Housing complex for homeless veterans dedicated

Patriot Place, a new apartment complex designed to give homeless veterans a place to live, was formally dedicated Thursday afternoon.

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.

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.

Tornado confirmed near Whiteman Air Force Base

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

SLIDESHOW: Severe storms around Mid-Missouri

Severe weather moved through parts of Mid-Missouri Thursday afternoon and evening, dropping hail on some areas. In Marshall, the hail caused a mess of broken windows, windshields, and dented cars. Above is a collection of images from viewers and our news crews showing the hail and the damage it caused.

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Former Columbia city bus drivers question training, department practices

According to two former City of Columbia bus drivers, the city's public transit system is severely lagging in their training of new drivers. 

Special Olympics Missouri hits fundraising landmark

Special Olympics Missouri announced Thursday it has met a $1 million fundraising challenge made more than 13 months ago by the Mabee Foundation of Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Jefferson City police warn neighborhoods of more car break-ins

Jefferson City officials discussed a recent rash of car break-ins Thursday morning at the public safety committee meeting.

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Holiday weekend traffic likely to be deadlier

Memorial Day weekend is almost upon us. But along with beach trips, barbecues and vacations, it marks the start of the worst season for traffic fatalities, and this year's holiday weekend is expected to be one of the most dangerous in years.

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