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President calls for peaceful protests in Ferguson

(AP) - President Barack Obama says his message to Ferguson, Missouri, as it awaits a grand jury's decision in this ...Read More

FBI sends almost 100 agents to Ferguson

(AP) - The FBI has sent nearly 100 additional agents to Ferguson, Missouri, to help law enforcement there as officials ...Read More

Explosives found on domestic assault call

We’re just now learning about an explosive device that was found in a busy parking lot this week in Columbia. ...Read More

Bank robbed in north Columbia

A bank robber in north Columbia rides away with the money. Bryana Maupin with Columbia Police says on Thursday afternoon ...Read More

MU-Health Care snuffing out tobacco in future employees

(AP) - The University of Missouri Health Care system is snuffing out tobacco users as future employees. The Columbia-based health ...Read More

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Lawmaker vows to block raise recommendations for officials

(AP) - A Missouri lawmaker is vowing to block recommended pay increases for elected officials. Rep. Mark Parkinson announced Thursday that he'll file a resolution against proposed salary increases next session. A panel this week suggested 8 percent pay raises ...Read More

Nixon already on rocky ground with lawmakers

(Missourinet) - The next round of state law-making doesn’t start for about two months. But relations between the Governor and the legislature are already rocky. Republicans regularly claim Governor Nixon is not engaged in the lawmaking process, that he vetoes bills ...Read More

Bach-Yager Fire ruled arson

A Sunday fire at a Columbia business is ruled an arson. Bach Yager Funeral Home in North Columbia suffered hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage after a fire that started in the auditorium of the building. "Through investigation it ...Read More

Chase starts in JC, ends in Fulton

A car chase in Jefferson City ends in a field in Fulton. A theft was reported from Dick’s Sporting Goods in the capitol city Wednesday, and police were able to find the suspected vehicle a short time later. Officers say ...Read More

Impostor claims to be with Boone County Juvenile Office

An impostor cons his way into an elderly man’s home and steals some cash. On Wednesday an 80-year-old man reported to police that a man calling himself “Mike Smith” said he was with the Boone County Juvenile Office. He told ...Read More