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U.S. Senate candidate Kander makes stop in Columbia

Just one week after announcing he would not attend the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, U.S. Senate candidate and Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander made an appearance in Columbia as part of his state-wide bus tour.

Campaigns micro targeting voters

Campaigns micro targeting voters

The Clinton and Trump campaigns are gathering information about voters without them even knowing it, using Internet searches to target campaign messaging.  

Central Columbia residents to discuss economic disparity

Residents in Central Columbia are holding a meeting tonight to discuss economic disparity. 

Missing Jefferson City couple found safe

UPDATE, 6:15 pm: Kelley Clark and Jimmie Johnson have been found safe, the Jeffersin City Police Department announced Tuesday evening.

Fulton woman arrested on suspicion of stealing car

Deputies in Callaway County have arrested a Fulton woman on suspicion of stealing a car near Mokane.

Columbia man sentenced in deadly heroin overdose case

A federal judge has sentenced Jon Patrick Washington from Columbia to five years in prison for his role in a deadly heroin overdose in 2014.

Audrain County man convicted of child sex abuse

A jury in Audrain County convicted a Mexico man of child sex abuse on Monday after deliberating for about an hour.

Double lane roundabout opening on Business Loop

By 5 p.m. Wednesday, drivers in Columbia will get their first access to a new double lane roundabout. The west end of the Business Loop is reopening near I-70 Drive and Creasy Springs at Cosmo Park. If you want to see how to get through multi-lane roundabouts, click here.

Randolph County earns 'Work Ready' status

American College Testing (ACT) has recognized Randolph County as a "Certified Work Ready Community."

Crews respond injury crash in Columbia

UPDATE 7/26:The crash happened when the two cars were trying to merge. The two vehicles sustained minor damage. The two people who were taken into an ambulance had only minor injuries but were complaining of their necks and backs hurting. The scene is cleared.

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It's official: Hillary Clinton makes history

Democrats made Hillary Clinton the first female presidential nominee of a major party in the nation's history on Tuesday, shattering one of the last remaining glass ceilings in American politics.

The former first lady, New York senator and secretary o...

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