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Columbia's former 911 director receives second big award this year

Columbia's former Emergency Management Director has been named Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (or APCO) International Director of the Year.

Rangeline double roundabout opens

Double roundabout at Rangeline and I-70 now open

The double roundabout interchange at Rangeline and I-70 opened Monday.

Yield to emergency vehicles or get pulled over

Jefferson City police will be on the lookout this week for drivers who don't yield to emergency vehicles.

Grand jury indicts mid-Missouri man

 A Columbia man accused of attacking a World War II veteran has been indicted by a Boone County grand jury.

IBM announces job openings

Columbia Mayor is hopeful that IBM will meet its requirements for employement

IBM is needing over 20,000 people to fill open positions, but it is also laying off thousands in the process. 

Developers to present Jefferson City officials with new TIF proposal

UPDATE, 5/23/16: The Jefferson City Public Schools Board of Education held off on whether or not to endorse a proposed tax increment financing district, or TIF, Monday.

Jefferson City woman indicted for assault

A Cole County grand jury indicted Ashley James for second-degree assault after a December 13 incident.

Crash slows down traffic on I-70 eastbound

At least five units were called to a motorcycle crash on I-70 around 3:45 p.m. Monday, backing up traffic east of Columbia.

The former fairgrounds could become a park in the future

Boone County commissioner hopes to eventually turn the fairgrounds into a park complex

COLUMBIA, Mo-Columbia's Convention and Visitors Advisory Board met on Monday afternoon to talk about any updates on the Boone County Fairgrounds. 

Suspended fire chief pleads guilty to childs sex crimes

A suspended fire chief has pleaded guilty to child sex crimes in Saline County, and has been sentenced to 13 years in prison.

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Top TSA official removed from position

Kelly Hoggan, the Transportation Security Administration's assistant administrator for the Office of Security Operations, has been removed from his position in the wake of congressional scrutiny.

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