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Missouri lawmakers say abortion bills not top goal

Missouri lawmakers say abortion bills not top goal

Posted 10:37 AM 12/21/2014 by The Associated Press and Lowell Thomas, KOMU 8 Digital Producer

JEFFERSON CITY (AP) - Missouri's legislative leaders say anti-abortion measures are not among their main priorities next session.

Eight bills have been filed so far, as the legislative session that starts Jan. 7 nears.

Legislative leaders say their focus will be on economics and (More)...

Michael Brown's family condemns shootings of NYC officers

3 people shot, 1 fatally, in east Kansas City

Missouri Symphony Society collects gifts for Toys for Tots

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Police brutality protesters attempt to block I-70 traffic

Police brutality protesters attempt to block I-70 traffic

Posted 4:02 PM 12/20/2014 by The Associated Press

KANSAS CITY - Kansas City police have made about a dozen arrests after a group protesting police brutality attempted to block traffic on Interstate 70.

The Kansas City Star reports that the group gathered at a park for a rally and proceeded to march onto an interstate entrance ramp, near downtown. No injuries were reported.

Eastbound traffic was shut down as a safety precaution.

6 MU fraternity members arrested over hazing

Santa, Mrs. Claus bring holiday cheer to Columbia neighborhood

Firefighters pull burned man from portable toilet

Body found inside burning vehicle in St. Louis

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12/19/2014

Boss' former coworkers speak about robbery

Posted 5:18 PM 12/19/2014 by By Shale Remien, KOMU 8 Reporter

COLUMBIA - It only took a few minutes, but for employees of the Denny's in Columbia, it was the most terrifying moment in their lives.

Sabrina Williams, a Denny's server, described the chaos on December 6, when she said Jafari Boss came in and demanded money from workers and customers.

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Boone County Sheriff's Department make arrests during home search

Some graduates concerned about job market

Columbia citizens seek to repeal tobacco, e-cig ordinances

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