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    Man shot in the leg at Metro station

    Man shot in the leg at Metro station

    Posted 1:05 PM 4/16/2015 by The Associated Press

    ST. LOUIS (AP) - Police are investigating a shooting at a St. Louis County bus and light rail station.

    KMOV-TV reports that the shooting happened about 11:15 Wednesday at the Metro station on North Hanley road, near the University of Missouri-St. Louis (More)

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    Highway patrol investigating fatal officer-involved shooting

    Posted 10:18 AM 4/16/2015 by Jeremy Schrank, KOMU 8 Reporter and Kelly Skehen, KOMU 8 Digital Producer

    COLUMBIA - Missouri State Highway Patrol said it is taking over the investigation into a fatal, Wednesday night shooting in downtown Columbia.

    "The Highway Patrol's involvement was as a result of a use of force and we were asked to investigate the circumstances surrounding the use of force (More)

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    Untrained service animals becoming a problem

    Untrained service animals becoming a problem

    Posted 7:47 AM 4/16/2015 by Hannah Saulic, KOMU 8 News Reporter

    COLUMBIA - People are increasingly passing off their untrained pets as trained service animals. 

    Websites are selling false certificates and service vests to people that say their dog is a trained service animal, Dr. TerriAnn Tucker-Warhover, (More)

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    Women drive to police station after being shot

    Women drive to police station after being shot

    Posted 7:24 AM 4/16/2015 by The Associated Press

    BERKELEY (AP) - Police have a suspect after two women drove to a St. Louis County town's police station after being shot.

    A woman walked into Berkeley police headquarters about 2 a.m. Thursday. She told officers that a passenger in her vehicle had been shot. Police then realized that the (More)

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    St. Louis teen faces charges in 16-year-old's shooting death

    St. Louis teen faces charges in 16-year-old's shooting death

    Posted 6:02 AM 4/16/2015 by The Associated Press

    ST. LOUIS (AP) - A 15-year-old boy from St. Louis faces charges in connection with the November fatal shooting of a 16-year-old.

    Court records say the juvenile suspect told police he fatally shot Zachary Al-Hamid before taking his car and cellphone.

    The St. Louis Post-Dispatch (More)

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    Redevelopment plan for Crestwood Mall released

    Redevelopment plan for Crestwood Mall released

    Posted 5:54 AM 4/16/2015 by The Associated Press

    CRESTWOOD (AP) - Redevelopment plans have been released for Crestwood Mall in southwest St. Louis County as part of an effort to give new life to what was once one of the region's busiest shopping areas.

    Chicago-based developer UrbanStreet Group LLC on Wednesday detailed its $100 million (More)

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    39 greater prairie chickens join Missouri nature preserve

    39 greater prairie chickens join Missouri nature preserve

    Posted 5:38 AM 4/16/2015 by The Associated Press

    EAGLEVILLE (AP) - A northwest Missouri nature preserve has added another 39 greater prairie chickens to its flock.

    Last week's release brings the number of birds relocated to the Dunn Ranch Prairie to 79. The 3,200-acre Nature Conservancy property is located about 90 minutes north of (More)

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    Kansas City man sentenced to 40 years on child porn charges

    Kansas City man sentenced to 40 years on child porn charges

    Posted 5:27 AM 4/16/2015 by The Associated Press

    KANSAS CITY (AP) - A 28-year-old Kansas City man has been sentenced to 40 years in federal prison without parole for producing child pornography.

    U.S. Attorney Tammy Dickinson says Donald T. Paris Jr. was convicted in March 2014 of producing child porn, receiving child porn over the (More)

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    Missouri bishops say more executions is a 'grave concern'

    Missouri bishops say more executions is a 'grave concern'

    Posted 5:24 AM 4/16/2015 by The Associated Press

    JEFFERSON CITY(AP) - Catholic leaders say the increase in executions in Missouri is a "grave concern."

    The Catholic Bishops of Missouri called for steps to be taken to end the death penalty in a letter sent Wednesday to Gov. Jay Nixon, Attorney General Chris Koster, lawmaker and members of (More)

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    Political consultant's firm paid for ad on late auditor

    Political consultant's firm paid for ad on late auditor

    Posted 5:21 AM 4/16/2015 by The Associated Press

    JEFFERSON CITY (AP) - A Missouri political consultant says he personally paid for a radio attack ad on the late state Auditor Tom Schweich during Schweich's bid for governor.

    Jeff Roe, the founder of a Kansas City political consulting firm, said in a statement Tuesday he footed the bill (More)

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    Deputies: Two victims in Boone County shooting

    Deputies: Two victims in Boone County shooting

    Posted 12:35 AM 4/16/2015 by Chris Gothner, KOMU 8 Reporter and Kolbie Satterfield, KOMU 8 Digital Staff

    BOONE COUNTY - Deputies from the Boone County Sheriff's Department told KOMU 8 News two people were shot on Demaret Drive Wednesday night.

    Law enforcement officials were called to a convenience store after a report of two victims had been shot, said Boone County Detective Tom (More)

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    Exercise challenge encourages trail use

    Posted 10:07 PM 4/15/2015 by Cody Crutchfield, KOMU 8 Reporter

    JEFFERSON CITY - It was off to the races for many Missourians participating in the third annual Governor's 100 Missouri Miles Challenge at Katy Trail State Park.

    The governor challenged every Missouri resident to reach 100 miles of physical activity by the end of the year through walking (More)

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    Fulton parents confront school board about controversial survey

    Fulton parents confront school board about controversial survey

    Posted 9:15 PM 4/15/2015 by Blair Ussary, KOMU 8 Digital Reporter

    FULTON - Parents at a Fulton school board meeting voiced their concerns about a survey their children participated in. 

    A lesson plan called "Claim It" was used during a physical education class on March 20 of this year. Kids were told a series of statements in their physical (More)

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