UPDATE: Train, car drivers identified in Boonville crash

UPDATE: The Missouri State Highway Patrol identified the drivers of the car and train in Friday night's crash.

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This Week Salute to America

Jefferson City's annual Salute to America kicks off with a new concert event at the decommissioned Missouri State Penitentiary on Saturday, July 2nd. Click here for a link to Salute to America's website. 

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95% of pets without proper license in Columbia

There could be thousands of unlicensed pets living illegally in Columbia, and their owners don't even know it.

UPDATE: Train, car drivers identified in Boonville crash

UPDATE: The Missouri State Highway Patrol identified the drivers of the car and train in Friday night's crash.

Boil advisory lifted for southwestern Columbia neighborhoods

A precautionary boil advisory was lifted Friday for hundreds of residents in southwest Columbia.

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Missouri Ethics Commission dismisses complaint filed against Josh Hawley

UPDATE 6/24: The Missouri Ethics Commission dismissed a complaint filed June 3 against Missouri attorney general candidate Josh Hawley. The commission says it did not find reasonable grounds that Hawley violated campaign finance law.

Sheriff: man reported missing before body found

UPDATE 6/24: Callaway County Sheriff Dennis Crane has confirmed Steven Mullens was reported missing on June 20, and his body was found about three hours later.

Columbia businesses damaged after downtown water main break

After four water main breaks in central Columbia Thursday evening, many businesses are working to clean up the mess inside their stores.

Cole County Sheriff's Department holding drug take-back event

The Cole County Sheriff's Department is hosting a prescription drug take-back event Saturday.

Three charged following early morning arrest

Friday morning, Columbia Police told ABC 17 News several people were in custody after serving search warrants near Meadowvale Court and Rice Road around midnight.

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MU professor asks for early decision on concealed carry lawsuit

A University of Missouri law professor wants an early, but temporary, decision on his concealed carry lawsuit against the school.

 
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