Officers cleared in deadly Hitt Street parking garage incident in Columbia

Special prosecutor Abele finds officers were justified.

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A mother speaks out about drunken driving

A mother speaks out about her son's death from a drunken driving crash

"Hey, this is Michael, just leave me a message, all right, bye." It's a voice Pat Tufts can only hear on a handful of recordings. This one, a saved outgoing message on her son Michael's phone.  A phone she uses every day to remember her son after a drunken driver killed him.

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Hosting home could pose problems

Insurance agents warn people to check with them before renting out home

Special Report - Airbnb

Special Report - Airbnb

ABC 17 News' Kristie Reeter looks into some problems that customers have had with Airbnb and how you can avoid the same issues.

Protecting information online from hackers

SPECIAL REPORT: Protecting information online from hackers

In an age where passwords are needed for nearly everything, it can be tricky keeping track of them all.

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While dock inspections rise, deaths continue at Lake

As dock inspectors at the Lake of the Ozarks continue to take a large number of requests in 2015, deaths continue due to electric shock.

This Week State Auditor Nicole Galloway

This Week: State Auditor Nicole Galloway

Our state got a new auditor in April, after the suicide of then-auditor and gubernatorial candidate Tom Schweich.

Boone County Treasurer Nicole Galloway was appointed to the post by Governor Jay Nixon.

As our guest on "This Week," I start our conversation by asking Auditor Galloway her view on the anger of some voters…

This Week Clay Anderson Astronaut

This Week: Clay Anderson, Astronaut

This Week: Clay Anderson, Astronaut

This is a transcript of ABC 17's Joey Parker's interview with retired NASA astronaut Clayton (Clay ) Anderson. Clay discussed the Year in Space program and his new book, "The Ordinary Spaceman: From Childhood Dreams to Astronaut."

Joey Parker: You've likely heard of the Year in Space…

This Week: MU Health System organ donation

There are more people in need of a transplant in the U.S. than there are residents of Columbia, and almost 3 times the amount of people in Jefferson City. One organization is working to make a difference. University of Missouri Healthcare's transplant program is being recognized for its excellence. On "This Week," Dr…

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This Week: Purple Heart veteran discusses Memorial Day

We all know Memorial Day weekend is often full of fun activities and a welcoming of the coming summer season, but most of us also know, the important significance of Memorial Day.

Cole County cemetery appears to vanish with new development

Since last October, ABC 17 News has been looking into what happened to a small family cemetery in Cole County that appears to have vanished.

Local builder arrested after customers claim they were ripped off

A local builder was arrested just hours after talking to ABC 17 News about two Mid-Missouri residents who say they are out thousands of dollars after paying for construction work.

Lack of fire hydrants in Sunrise Beach causing headaches for the fire district

There are some questions about public safety at the Lake of The Ozarks after fires earlier this year leveled a large house and a condo complex.

Investigation: How many jobs at IBM in Columbia and where are they going?

"These credits, when used properly, will mean jobs for decades," said Missouri Governor Jay Nixon on May 17, 2010 at a press conference in Columbia.

This Week Senator Will Kraus

This Week: Senator Will Kraus

This Week: Senator Will Kraus

Missouri Senator Will Kraus serves on more than a half dozen committees in Jefferson City. He's also a businessman in Lee's Summit.

As our guest on "This Week," he talks about a few accomplishments of the 2015 Regular Session of the General Assembly, and why voter ID is something he wants…

Protecting yourself from identity theft in Mid-Missouri

Authorities say many times identity thieves are never caught

Authorities say identity theft is a fast growing crime that hits millions each year. 

 
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