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Columbia mayor proposes new plan to hire public safety officers

The mayor of Columbia outlined a new plan to hire three more public safety officers. It doesn't involve raising taxes, like the proposed raise on property tax on the November ballot, but by paying off millions of dollars of debt in the city's police and fire pension fund.

Boonville community holds vigil to honor soliders

On Sunday night, the Boonville community gathered to honor fallen soldiers this holiday season.

Marcher's sing through downtown Jefferson City

The two women who organized the march say they want people to get together for positive reasons.

Almeta Crayton's Community Programs host surprise Christmas

Almeta Crayton's Community Programs host surprise Christmas

Saturday, Kentrell Minton, the chair of Almeta Crayton's Community Program orchestrated a Christmas dinner and raffle for the residents of Bear Creek Apartments on Columbia's north side.

Gas prices fall below $2 in Columbia

Gas prices fall below $2 in Columbia

Saturday, gas prices in Columbia have dropped below $2.00.

University of Missouri presents former mayor of Columbia with honorary degree

The former mayor of Columbia received a special honor from the University of Missouri during the university's graduation ceremonies.

Winter graduations impact Columbia businesses

Winter graduations impact Columbia businesses

Saturday, thousands of students in Columbia graduated from the University of Missouri and Columbia College.

Man accused of recklessly infecting woman with HIV to appear in court next month

Man accused of recklessly infecting woman with HIV to appear in court next month

A Mid-Missouri man is due back in court after he is accused of recklessly infecting another person with HIV.

Groups push to repeal tobacco law

Local groups move to repeal smoking law

Local activist groups in Columbia have about two weeks to gather thousands of signatures as they try to overturn the city's new smoking laws.  

Eldon students gather to celebrate fellow classmate with brain cancer

Cancer can be difficult for anyone and any family, especially during the holidays.

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North Korea warns U.S.: Worse is coming

North Korea is accusing the U.S. government of being behind the making of the movie "The Interview."

And, in a dispatch on state media, the totalitarian regime warns the United States that its "citadels" will be attacked, dwarfing the hacking attack o...

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