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Six arrested in JC shooting

***UPDATE Tuesday 6:00 PM*** Police in Jefferson City say they've tracked down the sixth suspect in a Friday night shooting. They say 17-year-old Kaleb Gilpin of Jefferson City was located on Wardsville Road in Cole County Tuesday afternoon. Investigators released ...Read More

Two dead in separate crashes

Two Mid-Missourians die in separate crashes. 38-year-old Jason Kennedy of Osage Beach tried to pass a car on Camdenton’s Lakeview Drive Tuesday afternoon, and crashed head on into a semi heading the other way. Kennedy died at the scene. No ...Read More

Columbia school board discusses common core

Concerns about Common Core have made their way to the Columbia Public School Board. The education standards many states have agreed to set tougher, more uniform learning goals. Members discussed it at Monday night's meeting. CPS Board President Christine King ...Read More

Chancellor says MU will be “Accountable and Responsible”

(AP) - The University of Missouri's new chancellor says he is prepared to make the school "accountable and responsible" after an independent review faulted its response to a former swimmer's rape claims. Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin's latest remarks amplify his ...Read More

Red Flag Warning means high fire risk Wednesday

Maybe put off that barbecue. The National Weather Service says we have a high fire risk Wednesday, because of low humidity and wind gusts of about 35 miles an hour. Ben Webster with the Department of Conservation says the human ...Read More

Unemployment up for March, Payrolls up too

(AP) - Missouri's unemployment rate increased in March, though the size of payrolls also grew. The Department of Economic Development reported Tuesday that the jobless rate grew to 6.7 percent from 6.4 percent last month. Employers added a net of ...Read More

Tax cut proposal concerns universities

(AP) - Officials from Missouri's public universities are raising concerns about reduced revenues for education as state lawmakers consider an income tax cut. A statement signed by the governing board presidents of nine state universities cites concerns that legislation could ...Read More

Historic change to workers comp retaliation rulings

(AP) - The Missouri Supreme Court has overturned 30 years of precedent with a ruling that gives greater legal protections to injured workers who are fired from their jobs. In a 5-2 decision, the Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that employees ...Read More

Fate of Cole County jail to be decided Wednesday

“Save the old jail” is the battle cry of historic preservationists in Jefferson City.  The jail and sheriff’s residence next to the Cole County Courthouse may be torn down to make room for more courtroom space.  Terri Rademon says the ...Read More

Bridge repairs will slow down your commute

Build in some extra time for your morning drive if you go by Highway 63 and Broadway. Work started last (tue) night on bridge improvements near there, and traffic is currently down to one lane both directions on 63. MoDot ...Read More