Officers cleared in deadly Hitt Street parking garage incident in Columbia

Special prosecutor Abele finds officers were justified.

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Tree with 40 fruit

Sam Van Aken

Professor grows trees that can bear 40 types of fruit

The first time Sam Van Aken saw tree branches being grafted and grown onto other trees, he likened it to Frankenstein. Yet, when the process became a full-time fascination, the Syracuse University art professor did not seek to create a monster but a piece of art.

AP history guidelines too liberal for some

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New AP US History teaching framework released

The College Board released its new Advanced Placement U.S. History teaching guidelines Thursday, following a year in which the previous framework was attacked for being anti-American.

Missouri Dental Association gives free dental care

Volunteers give free dental care at the University of Missouri

The Missouri Dental Association gave more than $1 million in free dental care to people in need over the weekend.

Rolling Stone ,UVA rape story

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UVA frat sues Rolling Stone over bogus rape story

Three members of a University of Virginia fraternity sued Rolling Stone magazine Wednesday for a discredited story accusing frat members of gang raping a woman.

The suit also names the magazine's publisher, Wenner Media, and the reporter, Sabrina Erde...

Obama Iran news conference

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Obama to offer Pell grants to prisoners

It's Prison Reform 101. The Obama administration will soon give some inmates the chance to take college courses on the government's dime.

Governor Nixon asks for educators' support in bill veto

Governor Jay Nixon addressed hundreds of educators Tuesday at a conference about strengthening education in Missouri.

6 University of Missouri students confirmed with mumps

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Lab results have confirmed that six University of Missouri students came down with the mumps, while a seventh suspected case came back negative.

More JC students qualify for free or reduced lunch

ABC 17 News has learned more children in Mid-Missouri are getting help so they can pay for their lunch.

 
2 areas are now under advisories, watches or severe weather warnings.
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