One arrested, two on the loose after Moberly bank robbery

ABC 17 News confirmed with the Missouri State Highway Patrol one person has been arrested, but another suspect remains on the loose after a bank robbery in Moberly Friday morning. Deputies also towed away a car possibly tied to the crime, after it was found in a commuter lot near Highway 22 and Highway 63.

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Cole Co. school districts face money loss due to legal battle

School districts in Cole County could be facing a loss of thousands of dollars stemming back to a lawsuit Ameren Missouri against several counties in the state.

New assault complaints against ex-Mizzou RB emerge

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Two more former University of Missouri students have gone public with assault allegations against ex-running back Derrick Washington, including a women's soccer player who said her coach suggested she could lose her scholarship if she pursued her complaint that Washington punched her in a 2010 fight.

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MU Chancellor responds to ESPN "Outside the Lines" report

University of Missouri Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin today responded to an ESPN Outside the Lines report pointing out instances when MU should have taken action in campus assaults.

Students briefly evacuated from Columbia elementary school

Students were briefly evacuated from a Columbia elementary school Thursday after a wall heater at Two Mile Prairie Elementary was turned on by accident.

Missouri medical school receives $2.4 million gift

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — The University of Missouri School of Medicine has received a $2.4 million gift to create an endowed chair in oncology.

Apple on top of school books

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10 areas with the highest private school enrollment

Wealthy, educated Catholics are more likely to send their kids to private schools. This is according to a new study conducted by real estate site Trulia, which came up with a list of the top 10 metro areas with the highest private school enrollment.

Missouri president given contract extension

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — The University of Missouri Board of Curators has extended president Tim Wolfe's contract through June 30, 2018.

CPS officials: first day back to school went smoothly

Columbia Public School officials said the first day back to school on Tuesday went smoothly.

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