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Highway Patrol reports two deadly accidents Tuesday afternoon

The Missouri State Highway Patrol has released information on two deadly accidents in mid-Missouri Tuesday afternoon.

Radio host speaks to high school students about drugs

Radio host warns high school students about drinking, drugs

A St. Louis-based radio host spoke to Jefferson City High School students on Tuesday about drinking, drugs and crime.

Parents meet with MU chancellor over fate of daycare

The future of the Student Parent Center daycare at University Village could be decided in just a few weeks.

Highway Patrol to increase coverage in Miller County

Missouri Highway Patrol making the Lake of the Ozarks safer

The Missouri Highway Patrol created new zones for roadways and waterways in an attempt to make the Lake of the Ozarks a safer summer destination.

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Lawmakers experience texting and driving firsthand

There is another push by some Missouri lawmakers to ban texting and driving in Missouri for everyone. Right now it is illegal for anyone under 21.

U S Attorney General wants more funding for shooter training

Attorney General wants $15 million for training officers

On Tuesday, there was a push in Congress to approve $15 million for training law enforcement officers who have to handle shooting rampages.

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Two of six suspects charged in Jefferson City shooting

Jefferson City Police arrested 6 people in a shooting that happened Friday night in the 400 block of East Dunklin Street.



Missouri House OKs limiting e-cigarettes to adults

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri House members have given first-round approval to legislation that seeks to prevent children and younger teens from buying electronic cigarettes and other devices.

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MU chancellor vows changes after assault report

ST. LOUIS (AP) — The University of Missouri's new chancellor says he is prepared to make the school "accountable and responsible" after an independent review faulted its response to a former swimmer's rape claims.

Ameren starts construction on natural gas pipeline

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Ameren Missouri says construction is underway on an 11-mile natural gas pipeline from Columbia to Ashland, which currently does not have natural gas service.

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