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Federal judge dismisses Kenneth Suttner wrongful death suit

Angela Suttner brought the suit against the district, formally known as the Howard County R-II School District, and four employees, including the superintendent. She alleged students and some employees bullied, harassed and discriminated against Kenneth Suttner for his mental and physical disabiliti

ABC17NEWS.COM - 2018-10-16 16:38:53

Mexico man receives 27 child sex crime charges

MEXICO, Mo. - A Mexico, Missouri, man is charged with 27 counts of various sex crimes for rapes and assaults he allegedly committed between September 2016 and May 2018.

ABC17NEWS.COM - 2018-10-15 15:59:04

Leads sought in Moberly robbery investigation - KMZU

County Deputies were dispatched to a gas station at 1634 Route JJ in Moberly Sunday morning after 8 am. Surveillance footage shows what appears to be a black male between 5’5″ and 5’8″, weighing 130 to 150 lbs, producing a pistol as he demands money from a clerk. The suspect was wearing a grey zippe


Columbia rape suspect pleads guilty

Prosecutors dropped several counts, including sodomy and armed criminal action, in exchange for the guilty plea. Moore has been in custody since his arrest and will receive credit for time served.

ABC17NEWS.COM - 2018-10-16 16:04:48

Two Columbia residents arrested for meth at Fulton traffic stop

Courtney Pape, 28, of Columbia was taken to Callaway County Jail for charges of first-degree felony drug trafficking, felony distribution of drugs and possession of paraphernalia.

KOMU - 2018-10-15 23:27:00

Sentencing decided for man guilty of statutory rape - KMZU

Court documents say Carl Sheets of Huntsville, pleaded guilty in August to felony charges of attempted statutory rape, incest, and endangerment of a child. A sentencing hearing is scheduled for 9 a.m. in Randolph County.

KMZU - 2018-10-15 10:25:26

Columbia man sentenced to six years for involuntary manslaughter

COLUMBIA, Mo. - Jeremy Humphrey, who pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter in September, was sentenced to six years in prison Monday.

ABC17NEWS.COM - 2018-10-16 15:57:41

PICTURES: One suspect still at large after armed robbery

According to a media release, the suspect entered the store, took out a gun and demanded money.


Boonville man sentenced to 10 years in prison for deadly shooting

COLUMBIA - A Boonville man will spend the next decade in prison after pleading guilty to a deadly 2017 shooting.Jeremy Humphrey pleaded guilty in September to involuntary manslaughter and unlawful possession of a gun. A judge sentenced him on Monday.Policearrested Humphreyin September 2017 following

KOMU - 2018-10-16 16:13:46

Two arrested in Callaway County for having meth

Authorities pulled over a car driven by Fabrina Amburn, 35, during proactive patrol Sunday morning around 2:00.


Two Columbia convenience stores robbed at gunpoint over the weekend

COLUMBIA- The Boone County Sheriff's Department is investigating a pair of armed robberies at convenience stores over the weekend.The first happened Leatherwood Hills Little General around 8:37 p.m on Saturday when the clerk said a black male wearing a bandana over his face showed a gun and demanded

KOMU - 2018-10-15 15:54:00

Large law enforcement presence off Clark Lane Saturday afternoon

COLUMBIA, Mo. - ABC 17 News has reached out to Columbia police about a large law enforcement presence in northeast Columbia Saturday around 1:30 p.m.It happened off Clark Lane near Hanover Boulevard. Authorities were reportedly in the area for about an hour and a half.ABC 17 crews on scene saw two o


This Charming Little Farm Town In Missouri Is The Perfect Place To Get Away From It All

Brunswick, Missouri has less than 1,000 residents and is known as the pecan capitol of of the state. Brunswick is also the home of the Missouri Farmers Association.


Here’s why a change to bingo laws is on the November ballot in Missouri

NORTH KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- If you’re a Missouri voter, you will soon have a decision to make on the future of bingo. It’s Constitutional Amendment 4, one you probably haven’t heard that much about.


Three arrested in Monroe County drug bust

During the morning hours of October 05, Monroe County Sheriff’s Office, Missouri State Highway Patrol, and the East Central Drug Task Force, executed a narcotics search warrant at 11897 Route M, Madison. As a result of the search warrant officers seized methamphetamine, a gun and drug paraphernalia


Columbia woman pleads guilty in crash that killed kidnapped girl

COLUMBIA - A woman pleaded guilty Friday for her involvement in a 2017 kidnapping and crash that left a 13-year-old girl dead.Demetres Washington pleaded guilty to one charge of involuntary manslaughter and two charges of endangering the welfare of a child Friday in relation to a2017 incidentin whic


Missouri Day Festival to feature Baby Show and Little Miss and Mister competition

One of many activities at the Missouri Day Festival in Trenton will be a Baby Show and Little Mister and Miss Missouri Day Contest.Moms of Preschoolers of Green Hills will sponsor the event at the Rock Barn Pavilion show area the evening of October 19th. Registration begins at 5:30, and the show sta


Columbia Police investigating homicide on Rice Road

Columbia Police confirm a homicide investigation is underway on Rice Road.Police were called to the area of Rice Road and Ballenger Lane around midnight Saturday, for a shots fired call.When police got to the scene they found a victim with a gunshot wound. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene


Columbia police identify victim in homicide investigation on Rice Road

Police said they got a call for shots heard around 12:16 a.m. When they arrived at the 4700 block of Rice Road, they found that Charles Hayes Jr., 59, of Columbia, had been shot.


Going out in style: Saffees to close family business with holiday season

Saffees has been dressing Jefferson City families for 95 years and three generations of family ownership. Now, amid looming lease decisions and health considerations, the siblings who have spent their careers working the family business together have decided on a new course for the store's future an