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Month: April 2013

Route Z construction begins

Construction starts Tuesday on a stretch of road just east ofColumbiathat is expecting to see a significant increase in traffic later this year. MoDOT and Boone County are working together on the routeZoverpass and intersection atSaint Charles Road. Construction will add an extra lane on the overpass Tuesday requiring crews to build a new bridge.

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ABC 17 News election coverage

Voters throughout mid-Missouri will decide on a number of ballot issues Tuesday, including a proposed sales tax for upgrades to the region’s largest 911 center, council races in Columbia, and school bond and levy issues in Jefferson City. Stay with ABC 17 News for complete coverage of your election results. We will be here with

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Thomas, Marston taken in NPF Draft

Mizzou softball seniors Jenna Marston and Chelsea Thomas were selected 19th and 20th overall Monday in the National Pro Fastpitch College Draft. A catcher and shortstop in her time at Mizzou, Marston was picked by the Chicago Bandits. The two-time All-America pitcher Thomas was selected immediately after to the USSSA Pride. Thomas has a 12-1

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Blues trade for Boom Boom

The St. Louis Blues keep adding pieces to their back line for a playoff push. Monday evening, St. Louis General Manager Doug Armstrong traded a conditional first round pick and two prospects to the Calgary Flames in exchange for veteran defenseman Jay Bouwmeester. Heading Calgary’s way is a 2013 first-round pick, defenseman Mark Cundari and

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Yard Sale

Chris Sale out-pitched James Shields, Tyler Flowers homered and the Chicago White Sox beat the Kansas City Royals 1-0 in the season opener on Monday. A dominant performance by Sale and Flowers’ drive leading off the fifth against Shields was just enough to beat a team that’s trying to make a big jump after finishing

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