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Commission looks to add East Campus to brick street rules

The Historic Preservation Commission wants to add streets in the East Campus neighborhood to a proposed policy on brick streets.

A look at Boone Co. response for crashes, changes made on Creasy Springs Road

The debate over the safety of a Columbia road continues the night after the issue was discussed at a city council meeting.

Mexico man sentenced to 15 years for rape, assault

A Mexico man was sentenced Monday to 15 years in prison for rape and domestic assault charges he was convicted of in April.

TSA investigation sparks concern

TSA investigation sparks concern at Columbia Regional Airport

The results of an internal investigation of the Transportation Security Administration, TSA, has many people concerned about the safety of U.S. airports.

JC Mayor stands behind Missouri pot laws

The mayor of Jefferson City has taken a stance to keep marijuana away from children.

Columbia Public Works crews out on Mills Drive putting in a speed hump

Speed humps helping to slow traffic

Road work to cut down on speeders in a Columbia neighborhood wrapped up Monday evening.

Woman injured in crash on Missouri River bridge in Jefferson City

One woman received minor injuries after a three-car crash on the Missouri River bridge in Jefferson City Tuesday morning.

Crash on southbound Highway 63 stops traffic in Columbia

Highway 63 southbound in Columbia was down to one lane Tuesday evening after 6:00 for a crash involving multiple vehicles.

State auditor completes follow up on Osage County

The state auditor Tuesday completed a follow-up review of operations in Osage County after the county received a poor rating in 2014.

Crews opening new Chestnut Street bridge over Hwy. 50

The new Chestnut Street overpass on Highway 50 is reopening in Jefferson City. MoDot says traffic will start moving again by 1 Tuesday afternoon. It closed with the Jackson Street bridge back in early February.

China ship escuer boat

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Struggle to find survivors from Chinese ship

More than a day and a half after a cruise ship carrying more than 450 people capsized in China's Yangtze River, rescuers are struggling to find survivors.

The vast majority of the people who were on board the ship remained missing Wednesday, leaving t...

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