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Columbia fire crews battle building fire on Worley Street

Columbia fire crews battled a fire at a home on Worley Street Tuesday afternoon.

Man charged with four felonies after high-speed chase in Maries County

Authorities are looking for a man Monday after a high-speed chase in Mid-Missouri.

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Boone County becomes Purple Heart County

Boone County commissioners signed a proclamation that made the county a Purple Heart County Tuesday morning.

State leaders discuss new standards for child social services

The joint committee on child abuse and neglect met in Jefferson City Tuesday morning to discuss statewide standards for juvenile officers. These updates have been under discussion for over a year.

Columbia leaders head to Florida for conference

About 50 community leaders in Columbia headed to Gainsville Florida for a leadership trip Tuesday morning.

Douglass High School closing next school year for renovations

Douglass High School closing next school year for renovations

One Columbia school is about to get major renovations next year, moving students out of the building.


Two Kansas City firefighters killed in apartment complex fire

Two Kansas City firefighters were killed Monday night while battling a fire at an apartment complex.

Our Kansas City affiliate KMBC reports crews were called out to the scene around 7 p.m. on Independence Avenue. The building partially collapsed while the two firefighters were trying to leave the building. Two other…

CPD investigating multiple burglaries in Springdale Estates neighborhood

Columbia police are investigating multiple burglaries in the Springdale Estates neighborhood in north Columbia.

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CPD responds to shots fired incident in north Columbia

Police responded to a shots fired incident in the 2900 block of Leeway Drive.

Columbia schools alerted for suspicious person

West Middle School in Columbia was put on an elevated alert Monday afternoon, after police were called for a suspicious person walking across the athletic field near the administration building.

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Officers' statements in Freddie Gray case admissible

Statements given to investigators by two Baltimore police officers charged in Freddie Gray's death can be used in their trials, a Maryland circuit court judge ruled Tuesday at a pretrial hearing.

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