Columbia Police identify July 3 shooting suspect

Columbia Police have identified a suspect in one of the many shootings that have occurred in the past two weeks.

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Columbia s community violence task force meets

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Community Violence Task Force meets

With gun violence becoming a near nightly event in Columbia over past few days, some citizens are making their voices heard.

Julie Borders' goes without power for two days

Columbia residents still without power

Wednesday, Columbia city manager declared an emergency after Monday's night storm causing hundreds in Columbia to still be without power.

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Columbia police investigate yet another shooting

Police find shell casings in the roadway in the 400 block of Sanford Avenue, some cars were hit

Could construction on Scott Boulevard be causing more crime?

Tom O'Sullivan with the Boone County Sheriff's Department said they have put more patrols in the Bellview and Scott Boulevard area.

Several of the tenants on Bellview have fallen victim to tire slashings in the past few days.

Landlords are now saying the construction in the area is causing some of the problem and said…

Emergency declared, power still out for more than a thousand

Columbia Water and Light Wednesday night confirmed that residents in the dark could still be without power until Thursday night.

Transportation project list approved by State Highways Commission

The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission approved a list of hundreds of transportation projects Missourians said are necessary.

Columbia Police identify July 3 shooting suspect

Columbia Police have identified a suspect in one of the many shootings that have occurred in the past two weeks.

Gov. Jay Nixon

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Nixon signs new Missouri child-care requirements

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Parents could gain a way to compare the quality of child-care providers under legislation signed by Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon.

Survey: Rapes not investigated at 2 in 5 colleges

WASHINGTON (AP) — A survey of colleges and universities finds that many schools have gone years without investigating a sexual assault.

Man with pipe accused of damaging local post office, Casey's

A suspect is in the Randolph County jail after allegedly damaging a Mid-Missouri post office and local Casey's.

Israeli airstrike in Gaza

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Israel expands Gaza offensive

Israeli airstrikes pounded targets in Gaza, killing scores of people Wednesday as dozens of militant rockets streaked into Israel.

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