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Judge won't dismiss criminal case against Gov. Eric Greitens

Judge won't dismiss criminal case against Gov. Eric Greitens

Posted 9:54 AM 4/19/2018 by Steve Lambson, News Content Manager and Ally Wallenta, KOMU 8 Reporter

ST. LOUIS - A judge announced Thursday he will not dismiss the criminal invasion of privacy case against Gov. Eric Greitens.

The ruling comes amid questions about mistakes by (More)

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Lawmakers conflicted over DMV fees, stopping tax credits for older renters

Lawmakers conflicted over DMV fees, stopping tax credits for older renters

Posted 10:33 PM 4/18/2018 by Lydia Nusbaum, KOMU 8 Reporter

JEFFERSON CITY – A majority of Republicans passed a tax bill Tuesday night, but it is still drawing some criticism from members of the GOP.

Some lawmakers scrutinized the decision to increase DMV fees.

The sponsor of the bill, Rep. Elijah Haahr, R-Springfield, said raising the (More)

4/15/2018

UPDATE: Motorist charged with murder after passenger dies

UPDATE: Motorist charged with murder after passenger dies

Posted 3:06 PM 4/18/2018 by Randi Bass & Naomi Klinge, KOMU 8 Digital Producers and Daniel Perreault, KOMU 8 Reporter

COLUMBIA - Prosecutors charged a man with murder following Saturday night's deadly crash at Paris Road and Brown Station Road.

According to court documents, Aaron Monroe told police he was driving the motorcycle which hit a car at the intersection. Witnesses said the (More)

Yesterday

One man dead, investigation ongoing on Clark Lane

One man dead, investigation ongoing on Clark Lane

Posted 1:46 PM 4/18/2018 by Alexis Metcalfe, KOMU 8 News Staff, Eric Graves, KOMU 8 Reporter

COLUMBIA - Police are investigating the death of a 32-year-old male early Wednesday morning at a home on Clark Lane.

Officers went to the home shortly before 5 a.m. As police were driving there, people at the home took the man to a local hospital where he was pronounced (More)

4/17/2018

Greitens faces new criminal allegations, new calls to resign; says no

Greitens faces new criminal allegations, new calls to resign; says no

Posted 10:22 PM 4/17/2018 by Jessica Porter and Zara McDowell, KOMU 8 Reporters and Annie Hammock, KOMU 8 Interactive Director

JEFFERSON CITY - With allegations of "new potential criminal violations," and renewed calls for his resignation, Gov. Eric Greitens released a Monday night statement saying he will not step down.

Just 25 minutes earlier, the House leadership, including Speaker Todd Richardson (More)

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