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Man arrested for drugs in Camden Co.

A Lake Ozark man was arrested Tuesday morning after officers found cash, drugs, and paraphernalia in a home  in Horseshoe Bend.

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Police investigating after teen was shot in Jefferson City

Jefferson City Police are investigating after a teenager was injured in a shooting Monday night.

CPS superintendent talks new year changes

CPS superintendent talks changes coming to district this year

School starts in two weeks for Columbia students.

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Missouri task force on human trafficking set to begin work

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A team of Missouri lawmakers, activists and others is set to begin efforts to raise awareness of human trafficking.

Families upset with likely relocation of war memorial

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — The Boone County Commission is likely to decide this month whether to move an Operation Desert Storm memorial from public courthouse land to a private cemetery.

Missouri lawmaker Hinson asserts guilt for DWI near Capitol

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri state lawmaker has apologized for telling media he believes he wasn't impaired after pleading guilty to driving while intoxicated.

Voters in Mid-Missouri decide a few key issues

Polls opened 6 a.m. Tuesday for several towns in Mid-Missouri, with a few key issues on the ballots. In Columbia residents are deciding whether to extend the city's capitol improvement sales tax, worth one-fourth of one percent. Proposition 1 would ensure the tax continues for the next 10 years.

Search for possible drowning victim in Boone County continues

The Boone County Fire Protection District continued their search at County Downes for a 27-year-old man who was last seen swimming in the area on Saturday. The man has since been identified as Gaspar Soto-Reza of Columbia. He is originally from Mexico and has been in the United States for several years.

Officers cleared in deadly Hitt Street parking garage incident in Columbia

Special prosecutor Abele finds officers were justified.

Community remembering teens killed in car crash

A Mid-Missouri community is mourning the loss of three teenage girls who died in a car crash late Saturday night.

17-year-old Miriah McDaniel, 17-year-old Elizabeth Moses and 13-year-old Meggan Fowler were hit by a woman driving the wrong way on Highway 54.

All four people were pronounced dead at the scene. Officials say no one was wearing a seat belt.

Miriah and Elizabeth were about to enter their…

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