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Car chase, shooting in mid-Missouri

A local body shop worker is shot during a long chase through mid-Missouri. Police say the two suspects on Thursday ...Read More

Cole County shooting

A fight apparently escalates into a shooting in Cole County. Deputies were already on the way to a call at ...Read More

JC kidnapping, shooting suspects arrested

The people accused of kidnapping a Jefferson City man and shooting him in the head are now in custody. Police ...Read More

Confederate flag rally Saturday

Supporters of the Confederate flag are planning a local rally. The "Stars and Bars" are scheduled to fly on a ...Read More

CoMo abortions start soon

We’re very close to the return of abortion services in mid-Missouri. Planned Parenthood says the pill-form abortions start in August ...Read More



Company asks Missouri to rethink multistate power line

(AP) - A Houston-based company is asking Missouri utility regulators to reconsider their rejection of a proposed high-voltage power line that was planned for a multistate wind energy project. The Kansas City Star reports that Clean Line Energy wants the ...Read More

Blunt pushes long-term transportation plan

Congress is sending President Barack Obama a three-month bill to keep highway and transit money flowing to states. The AP reports the Senate approved the short-term bill Thursday. The House passed the same bill a day earlier. The Senate also ...Read More

Program to help small businesses grow

(Missouri Viewpoints) Small businesses looking to expand overseas have a potential resource at the MU Extension’s Small Business and Technology Development Center. The center’s Ron Mueller says on Missouri Viewpoints it teaches businesses to avoid legal pitfalls as they expand. ...Read More

“Pharm” parties on the rise

It may sound innocent, but “pharming” parties are growing in Mid- Missouri, according to Joy Sweeney of the Council For Drug Free Youth. Kids will raid the medicine cabinet, put the pills in a bowl, and take whatever they grab. ...Read More

Boone County Commission to vote on moving “Jesus fish” statue

The Boone County Commission will hear an agenda item next week to consider removing a Gulf War memorial outside the courthouse that has a controversial “Jesus fish” symbol on it.   The commission had sought out a legal opinion from ...Read More